She toured the US as the Arthritis Foundation’s National Honoree raising awareness for invisible diseases. On Capitol Hill, she lent her voice to countless causes, including joining The Creative Coalition to save the NEA from budget cuts and protect the First Amendment.
In 2020, while in strict quarantine at the beginning of the pandemic she orchestrated 2 Citywide operations to help first responders and small businesses - all from her couch! First, in March 2020 she took to social media to seek out seamstresses and fashion talents who were suddenly out of a job and hired them to make PPE that was then donated to the NYC hospitals via the help of the arthritis foundation regional board. Completing that task with heart 3000 masks and hospital gowns distributed by April, she once again sought out to help small businesses and fringe line workers with a single initiative. This time it was dubbed EATs for EMTs and with the help of many GoFundMe supporters she raised enough to arrange food deliveries from local restaurants to every EMT station in the 5 boroughs. This earned her a commendation from the FDNY EMT Union.
Now, she dedicates her career to helping others find their beauty and confidence while combatting cyberbullying, misogyny, and size prejudice through her writing and speaking engagements. Cafaro will lend a voice to the voiceless and speak her mind in hopes that others will be able to live a better life