for Nonprofits

Benefits for Nonprofits

Mission-driven organizations face unique stresses. Their clients’ needs are often intense while their resources are limited. Care giver burnout is common. Our practical, accessible tools for on-the-ground challenges of daily work will help those who work in the nonprofit sector find the inner capacity to create, to thrive and to lead.

Many Ways to Learn about Mindfulness

We offer a wide range of free programs for non-profit organizations including face to face and live web sessions. We offer different time formats which meet your organization’s needs, ranging from a two hour introduction to an all day 6 hour workshop.

Why this Program is Offered at No Cost to Nonprofits

Our trainers donate their time to the nonprofit sector as a way of giving back to the community. All of our trainers are experienced licensed professionals.

About Our Mindfulness Training

Hundreds of studies have documented how mindfulness practices enhance our capacity to navigate opportunities and challenges with resilience, engagement and happiness. Dozens of Fortune 500 companies around the world have offered mindfulness training as a way of helping their employees to increase effectiveness, become better decision-makers, and create a positive workplace culture.

Who should attend?

Anyone who is committed to the nonprofit sector is welcome to attend: staff members, board members, volunteers, and clients.


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