Center for Sustainable Change (CSC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization since 2004, is coming to the end of its current fiscal year. New opportunities are being established for positive change in communities here in the US and across the globe. With your support and donation, we can "Mind the Gap" in our finances between what we would like to do and what our current funding will support.
Vision: People in communities around the globe live and act knowing wisdom and peace are innately present in every human being.
Our founders, Dr. Roger Mills and Ami Chen Mills-Naim, established Community Development initiatives through the National Resiliency Project in locations around the USA such as Visitation Valley CA, Charlotte NC, Des Moines IA, and Greenville, MS to name a few, as well as one that was written about by Jack Pransky: "Modello." Since then, we have educated and supported people who have come to us interested in learning how to connect to their leaders and community to establish the same empowerment, resiliency, and caring in their own communities.
By learning from our past projects, we assist in developing programs for the current virtual world -- by sharing the understanding and providing resources to the "people on the street," to enable them to reach their goals and needs for creating a sustainable and caring community.
Will you help us "Mind the Gap?"
If this understanding has helped you in your life and you would like to see it spread through grassroots efforts to communities around the world, please consider making a contribution to help those who are doing this important work. It is easy to make a donation at: http://www.centerforsustainablechange.org/mind-the-gap
We thank you for sharing and supporting our Vision and Mission!
Mission: To establish and support a collaborative world-wide network of individuals and groups who are introducing an understanding of the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought via locally-led community change initiatives.
PS: Throughout the month of May, we will be "Minding the Gap" by profiling projects and people that we have worked with. We have done a great many things to help others spread this understanding to their communities, and we want to make sure that you know about them. Look for more blog posts to come, and please use the buttons below to share this message freely with others that you think would support our efforts.