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The Charter’s global compassion movement is built on the principle that all the parts need to support the whole – we are seeking "eco-systemic" health by honoring entities that exchange in a two-way flow of energy, financial support, and recognition.

There’s a lot you can do to help empower the Charter to make compassion a clear, luminous, and dynamic force in our polarized world. Our message is great, and our efforts are grassroots. We are looking for individuals, organizations and corporations that would like to help us spread compassion. Here are some specific ways you could help:


Build a Compassionate Community

Start an initiative: use our Communities Toolkit to organize. This framework is intended to guide your process, and to provide a place to begin. We are here every step of the way. Contact Merida.


Grant Writing / Reporting

Assist the on-going operation of the Charter by helping to write grants and create stories for newspapers, journals, and social media. Contact Marilyn.


Travel and Lodging

Underwrite air fares, hotels, and other accommodations in exchange for sponsorship. This would allow us to more effectively support communities worldwide that have adopted compassionate action plans.
 Contact Lynn.


Legal and Financial Services

Pro-bono legal support and professional audit services would allow us to extend connections and responsibly develop new partnerships.
 Contact Marilyn.


Coalition Building

Introduce the Charter to individuals who could enable foundation and corporate partnerships, sponsorships, and co-creation.
 Contact Marilyn.


Technology Services

Assist with our online platforms (Joomla & CiviCRM) to improve our ability to effectively communicate.

 Contact Felipe.


Consider a volunteer opportunity with the Charter for Compassion! We are looking to grow much of what we are already doing and exploring new opportunities that match our mission. Let's see how you fit! Please fill out our volunteer survey.


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