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Giving

When you donate to become a member, receive consultations or join us in an event, you are supporting our global efforts. 

Our intention is to bring the whole universe wealth. Any gifts of support are made in honor of the abundance and prosperity for all life. You can also send a gift of support or make a contribution without joining an event. Scroll below to learn more about some of the current community projects we support. 

Soup Kitchen

PROJECT HOST

Greenville, SC

At Project Host, we believe food insecurity can only be addressed by the whole community, and we engage the people of Greenville in every step of the process.

Our programs support one another and all focus on giving back to the wider Greenville community. Our Soup Kitchen depends on volunteers and can serve as a pipeline into our CC Pearce Culinary School. Our culinary students prepare meals for the Cooking for Kids program and have the opportunity to intern and work in our Bakery and on our HostMobile food truck. These social enterprises, in turn, invite the Greenville community to eat, drink, and be merry, all while giving back to Project Host. Our Gardening for Good program also runs on volunteers and provides our food programs with homegrown produce to bring nutritional value to our meals.

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER

Each gift made to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center strengthens our mission to end violence against Native women and vision of restoring sovereignty for tribes to hold perpetrators accountable. We are committed to providing national leadership in this work by lifting up the collective voices of grassroots advocates in tribal communities.

NIWRC provides training and technical assistance, educational resources, and policy development—all of which are rooted in traditional lifeways and beliefs—for tribes and advocates across Indian Country. Our main office is located in Lame Deer, Montana, on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation. NIWRC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

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THE OCEAN 

CLEANUP

WE AIM TO CLEAN UP 90% OF OCEAN PLASTIC POLLUTION.

 

The Ocean Cleanup is a non-profit organization developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic. To achieve this objective, we have to work on a combination of closing the source and cleaning up what has already accumulated in the ocean and doesn’t go away by itself. This goal means we plan to put ourselves out of business – once we have completed this project, our work is done.