Camp Hecate is founded on the notion that once women are replenished emotionally, physically, and psychically, it opens up bandwidth for them to make ripples and waves within their own communities. With actions and activities for all levels of ability and availability, we hope to be able to encourage everyone to effect change. Whether you’re a 2019 Alumnae or you’re seeking out resources to do a deeper dive, please allow this page to serve as a springboard for action big and small.
A curated reading list with books and articles for all ages to help with a framework for understanding and engaging intersectionality.
START A PERIOD. CHAPTER
In 2019, Camp Hecate’s service project focused on period poverty. One of the actionable items from Period.Org is to start a local chapter.
Every penny of your contributions will go toward providing financial and travel assistance to Black and trans* campers in need.
Our partners are dedicated to helping us replenish women. If you believe your company is well-aligned with our mission, we can’t wait to hear from you!
TBP CREATIVE SERVICES
teabeapea creative services, founded in 2018, concepts and executes a variety of projects for Fortune 500 technology companies. From big-budget videos, digital brochures, and website content to strategic consulting and executive coaching, they’ve successfully completed more than twenty projects and have another twenty more in the works.
GRAEME SEABROOK, THE MOM FOR MOMS
After attending the Warrior Mom conference in 2015, Graeme Seabrook knew she was destined to help moms. A survivor of maternal mental illness herself, Graeme has spent hundreds of hours creating content for moms to help them feel supported, seen, and held. Graeme offers private coaching, group coursework, essays, public speaking, and more.