What is Cultivate Goodness?

Our Mission

Cultivate Goodness bridges the gap between those that want to volunteer and those in need by providing a variety of service opportunities, big and small. We invite all members of our community to get involve and wrap arms around those that could use a lift. We believe if everyone puts in their piece, whatever the size, it adds up to be a mountain of good.

Who does Cultivate Goodness serve?

Cultivate Goodness focuses on those who could use a lift. We provide:

  • Food, water, hygiene & blankets to the homeless.
  • Weekly meal provided for women ina domestic violence shelter.
  • Weekend food bags to tittle 1 schools for underprivileged children.
  • Uplifting & holiday banners and treats to veterans, seniors, cancer patients & first responders.
  • Confort items for cancer patients.
  • Food & hygiene to families in need.
  • Support for foster children in group homes.

How You Can Help


Pick from the many opportunities listed on our website under “Get Involved”.


We rely on financial support from people like you, to keep our programs running. We are a qualified charity for the AZ State Tax Credit.


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Board of Directors

Meet Kelly Geisler, President & CEO

“Often times we feel we are serving and lifting others and realize we are the ones that received more than we gave. It’s a powerful thing!”

Kelly is a native Arizonan whose parents became foster parents when she was just 6 years old. Over the course of 25 years she was a foster sibling to 125 foster kids. As a young girl she often dreamed of running an orphanage where every child was loved and cared for as her own. Kelly has been a foster parent to special needs kids since 1994 and is mom to 11 beautiful children. She feels these children have given her much more than she could ever provide for them. Her experiences have helped her develop great empathy and compassion for those who have challenges. She founded Cultivate Goodness in 2019 and hopes to inspire others to join her in serving those in need.