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Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)

Beverley Danusis, LLC chose to partner with PBS39 because of the company’s mission to empower viewers. Since Bev is an empowering speaker who focuses on women and children, selecting PBS was a given. Our missions are similar…education and awareness empowers people. Bev is proud to support and be associated with PBS. It is with great pleasure that we offer to PBS our "Empowered Living: Embracing the Goddesses Within" seminar as a pledge drive program.


Beverley Danusis, LLC, as PBS, is dedicated to providing high quality services that enhance the quality of all life, especially children, whereby making us a perfect partnership.



Girl Scouts of America

Girl Scouts of America

Beverley Danusis, LLC's Favorite Charity: Girl Scouts

Bev's mission to empower and inspire women and girls is complimentary to the Girl Scout Mission; “Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.”

Bev's mission “to bring wisdom into the world through the hearts of women and girls” enhances the Girl Scout Mission by supporting girls to know they are born with an intuitive wisdom that guides their lives to become the courageous and confident leaders they are discovering in Girl Scouting.

Bev's intention is that more girls be given the opportunity to become a Girl Scout. We have witnessed the results as girls are exposed to the powerful experience of Girl Scouting. We cheerfully back our intention by naming Girl Scouts our favorite charity.

Bev believes by empowering more women and girls, we can exceed the desire to create a “better world” by creating a “good world”.

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Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne, IN

Beverley Danusis, LLC has chosen to partner with the Boys and Girls Club of Fort Wayne, because of the amazing work they do with today's youth.  The efforts of this organization have changed the lives of many boys and girls.

The Fort Wayne Club was started in 1989 by a small group of community leaders who felt the city had a need for a place young boys and girls could go after school and in the summer and get positive reinforcement in an open, accepting environment. The first Club was an old Parks & Recreation Building located on Minor Street. In the early 1990's the Club's added on two Public Housing Clubs and also began a capital campaign to build the current 21,000 square foot facility on Fairfield Avenue.