Much of Cassidy's spare time is devoted to social and environmental causes. From her internship with Oceana while developing the Ocean Law Project, to her hands-on harvesting of seasonal, locally-grown produce with The Orchard, providing not only fresh fruit but also dietary education to under-serviced communities and schools throughout Los Angeles. Her time spent in Grand Isle, Louisiana lasted nearly five months where she joined the 2016 Elmer's Island Expansion Project ensuring the safety and preservation of nesting endangered birds.
Cassidy's social activism spans more than a decade and includes championing several women's issues such as, ensuring safe entry into Planned Parenthood with The National Organization Of Women. Headlining Take Back The Night events on college campuses around the country and serving as a the lead singer and songwriter of the first all-female rock band in history to tour with The Rolling Stones.
Cassidy's advocacy for the gay community exceeds the countless Pride events she's been honored to play. She marched on Washington and local City Halls for LGBT-Q legislation and for marriage equality, as well as donated her music to one of the first independent films ever made about transitioning transgendered men and women..
Most recently, Cassidy's dedication to mind-body wellness through diet and meditation inspired her to earn her Yoga teacher's certificate. Her goal is to bring free yoga and meditation classes to low income communities.