Inner Alchemy

In service to the stewardship of our earth

Philanthropy

Inner Alchemy commits to paradigm change through philanthropy.  While we use traditional tools such as making financial donations to values-aligned causes, we also broaden the use of the word to encompass the community value of inner work. As we heal ourselves, we heal the world.

We see MagiMoji as a philanthropic app, for as it spreads from person to person, it does so carrying the message for awakening and the high-vibe frequency of beauty.

In addition, Inner Alchemy has creative on-the-ground philanthropic projects.  Stay tuned to hear more about our unveiling in Fall 2018 of our work in the correctional system. We will post as soon as the details are worked out.

Here are the local programs that Inner Alchemy supports with financial resources:

Wolf Tree Programs LLC fosters healthy relationships to self and community through nature immersion and wilderness living skills.  This organization is healing the rift between humans and nature, teaching young ones how to know themselves deeply and connect with land relationally.

Stone Soup Cafe: Stone Soup’s mission is to create a community space where people from all walks of life come together to share nourishment, connection and learning for body, mind, and spirit.Stone Soup offers a pay-what-you-can meal every Saturday that help meet the food resilience needs of the local community.

Treehouse program: Treehouse promotes public investment in our most vulnerable children. We inspire, implement and support innovative child welfare practices to ensure children who experience foster care find forever families and supportive communities, empowering them to lead fulfilling, productive lives.

Treehouse has two major initiatives.

  1. The intergenerational Treehouse Community is a planned neighborhood where adoptive families and their children, older youth, and elders invest in one another’s health, dreams and futures. Opened in 2006, this village’s children find not just parents and a home, but also grandparents, playmates and an entire neighborhood designed to help them grow up in a nurturing environment, heal, and succeed in life.
  2. The Re-Envisioning Foster Care in America (REFCA) Movement launched in late 2010 and serves as a dynamic, collaborative model for regional investment in the success and well being of children and families who experience foster care.