Who am I?
I am Rugina - the founder of Good Karma Club (GKC). I started GKC as a non profit organisation because I could really empathise with the emotional turmoil of life, partnered with the impacts of Covid. My job role allows me to appreciate and work through the difficulties in accessing help for mental health as well as the lack of self-help tools available to us. The money raised will contribute to keeping the website and toolkits free and accessible. This is mainly because we all know there may be stigmas and barriers connected to accessing help for our mental health.
My career has revolved around promoting better mental health and wellbeing which has always been so fulfilling. More recently I have found the goals I was working towards have not been aligning with my desire to impact people positively. The last 18 months of events left me feeling negative, and really craving change. It was a case that I lost myself in a bid to please others and my environment was not empowering. Although my loved ones noticed this before I did, I eventually saw the reality of my environment. This journey helped me create Good Karma Club.
Who are we?
We are an online platform that provides free mental health and wellbeing support. We offer this through worksheets and toolkits in conjunction with blog posts on how to use them.
Good Karma Club currently has an online store that sells a small range of merchandise tailored to promote better wellbeing. GKC Candles are a mindfulness aid that is helpful to use as a part of meditation or to create a peaceful environment.
How you can help
GKC's mission is to provide mental health and wellbeing support through self-help while having little or no cost attached to the service. Your donations will continue to help us provide this support and help us reach a wider audience.
We aspire to grow GKC in the future by having a wellbeing cafe that promotes self-love as well as allowing people to network with like-minded individuals. In addition to this, we will have an online shop to partner with people's mental health journey including self-care boxes, gratitude journals, and affirmation cards. In order to support this, we will need to expand our team by working towards having paid employees and volunteers.