horsesGift of Compassion works with other organizations and individuals who offer different ways to enter a new level of awareness about the deep interconnections that exist among nature and humanity.

Shadetree Multicultural Foundation – Based in Southern California, the Foundation is working to create new agreements that will affirm humanity across all experiences of living. It is creating a new foundation for the spirit of learning.

Resilience Project – Based in northern California and hosting learning opportunities about the possible collapse of civilization as a matter of global concern. One sees we are truly one.

Beyond Boundaries – Based in Paiute country, where the interplay of nature and communities of human migrants have been negotiating how to live as one. This is a place where exploration of the connection to the vital life-giving resource and intergenerational relations go deep.

Tea Classics — Offers meditation and tea experience.  Based in Southern California, tea master Yoon Hee Kim offers both virtual and in-person experiences of tea as a portal for meditation and quieting the spirit.

Gthx –  A space where gratitude and healing come together throughs the artwork of Belinda Liu and her Blooming Gratitude deck and Omar Brownson who infuses every weekly circle with heart and humor.

Migration Support Project — Reflections on the Migration Support Project and other collaborations supported by the Gift of Compassion.

Racial Healing Circles —  Gift of Compassion is creating healing circles for individuals interested in building safe, and respectful spaces for processing the racial incidents and encounters in their personal lives with racism in society.  For more information, email info@gocmpassion.org.

Black/Asian Healing Circle
In the middle of COVID 2020, the Black/Asian Healing Circle was created as a space to share with others how to build a container for processing the violence against the Black community.  The George Floyd killing sparked a request and desire to be in community so that there could be a space for reckoning, healing, solidarity, and generosity.

What began as a 4-week intention to train people about how one kind of healing circle can be built, has evolved into a circle that continues to be in service.

It turns out that this space was critically important in early 2021, as Asian elders and others were targeted with random acts of violence.  The circle gathers every other Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and new circles are forming to include others who are interested in this experience of compassion in action.  For more information, info@GoCompassion.org.