Please consider Donating and Supporting our Program:
The WorldTree is a completely volunteer program with no paid staff. The majority of our funding comes from you, the greater community, through the donation of materials, labour, and money. We in turn use these funds to support not only our Mission, but also, the Greater community at Local, National, and International levels.
What do we charge for our services? Where does it go?
The cost to keep the lights on, the phone running, and the ink going in the printer
We mean activities which are symbiotic and direct benefit to the Community including: our Community Gardens, Elders' program, free lectures series, seminary teachings, stipends for guest lecturers to travel, supporting our local community members in need, recording oral histories, working to maintain ecosystem and Traditional Knowledge...
We mean services which we receive indirect benefit from and may be slightly removed from our direct Aim in our programs including: drop in Counseling services, outreach work to Prisons, Military, Hospital, and Hospice, environmental activism and conservation, providing food for fundraisers, Soup kettle for First Nation Gathering Places, support for the Extreme Weather Shelters, socks and sweats for the homeless, and poverty action groups.
These are long term funded charitiy activities which we believe are fundamental to our mission including: Tribal Journeys, youth programs, Druid Scouting, Interfaith, religious tolerance advocacy, and reclaiming our Sacred Plant project.
Capacity Building via Prosperity
“Give a man a fish he is fed for a day, teach him to fish..."
In 2009-2010 Year the WorldTree directly produced 17K worth of charitable good will. What makes our programs unique is that from those efforts an additional 14k was generated by our direct support in other programs--and continues to ripple out in both prosperity and kindness, empowering our community to grow and become Sustainable, Self-fulfilling, and Socially Just...our own version of paying it forward.
We firmly promote Pay it Forward, not only financially, but also, spiritually, and emotionally. It is clear in the Teachings and practices that we are obligated to, not only, practice our teachings but, to pass on and preserve them through a lived experience and the expression of generosity in our communities and families.
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