Every Body Deserves Love

Our goal is to see an increase in self-sustaining energy, self-esteem, confidence, and autonomy while reducing depression, and screen dependency. By promoting self-awareness and digital wellness, we aim to help everyone build emotional resilience and develop a positive sense of self. We believe that every body is deserving of a loving, safe and supportive community on and offline where young people can thrive and be themselves. Our most impactful programs usually only cost the amount of a mentor, a journal, and a yoga mat.

EBDL’s Mission

Every Body deserves love, love is possible for Every Body, but Every Body is different, so our mission is to offer a wide variety of resources that meet people wherever they are and help them on their journey towards self-love.

EBDL’s Vision

Those operating EBDL envisions a world where resources for higher self-esteem, self-expression, improved self-confidence, and Mental Health services are accessible and inclusive for everyBODY.

Coming Soon: The EBDL Beach Party

Volunteer Opportunities

Every Body Deserves Love offers its programs with the generous support of volunteers of all ages, ethnicities, interests and abilities.  We have myriad opportunities for participation, and all volunteers receive training and support to help them and the program be successful.  If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for one of our events, programs or overall efforts, please click here.

Volunteer Info


Every Body Deserves Love is a 501c3 that offers low-cost and no-cost programs to those in need with the generous help of our sponsors.  We are grateful to the buisness owners and companies that seek to make a difference via a tax-deductible donation.  For more information, please click here.

Sponsorship info

Digital Intake Health Alert!

In the year 2024, being aware of our digital intake is more important than ever before. With the increasing accessibility and prevalence of technology, we are constantly bombarded with information from various digital sources. This can lead to digital overload, unrealistic personal expectations, and online bullying which can negatively impact our mental and physical health.

Children and adolescents who spend more than 3 hours a day on social media face double the risk of mental health problems including experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety. This is concerning as a recent survey showed that teenagers spend an average of 3.5 hours a day on social media.”

– U.S. Surgeon General Advisory

Becoming aware of our digital intake means being conscious of the amount and type of digital content we consume. By doing so, we can better manage our time and attention, reduce stress, and improve our overall well-being. Additionally, being mindful of our digital intake can help us develop a healthier relationship with technology and use it more intentionally.

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Listen to the stories and journeys of our community members.  Also check out our life tips for growing that love in your heart.

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