Earth Initiatives : Center for Sacred Studies Fiscal Sponsorships – Completed Projects
Akha Orphanage: Akha Children’s Dream Home – Awakened Connections – The hilltribes of the north Thailand are indigenous tribes at the lowest social and economic rank of the country and region. One of these tribes is called the Akha, originally from Tibet. The Akha mainly live in destitute conditions. Deeply caring and loving people, with the basics of life not being met across the board, the first priority for them is the children. When they were asked what would help them, they requested a children’s home. See the Awakened Connections Information page.
The Black Hills Unity Concert ~ Elk Creek Resort, Piedmont, South Dakota. On September 13-14th, 2014 and again on August 28-30, 2015 and September 9-11, 2016,and September 8-9-10, 2017 in the Black Hills of South Dakota, thousands of people converged for a UNITY CONCERT — bringing together Native American tribes with those on the right side of justice to return the guardianship of the Black Hills to the Great Sioux Nation. Unity Concert’s debut event with LNI is set for December 12-15, 2018 at the Rapid City Civic Center in Rapid City South Dakota. See the Black Hills Unity Concert Information page.
Turtle Woman Rising – Turtle Women Rising is committed to its original vision of creating one million drums for peace action. See the Turtle Woman Rising Information page.
mä creative inc. – Grandmothers Wisdom: Reverence For All Creation is a multimedia project which includes a book, video, photography, paintings, and a website, recording the personal and intimate oral history of each of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers; how, as taught by their ancestors, they live and pray, work with plant medicines, and conduct ceremonies and rituals in their homes, on their lands and in their communities. See the mä creative inc.Information page.
The Peace of Tibet Stupa Project – The project is an effort to construct a Stupa in a rural Tibetan village where there is a need for a central place of prayer, and is the vision a local Tibetan man and his love for the elders of his village. The Stupa was completed in May 2014. See the Peace of Tibet Stupa Project Information page.