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Dear community,

We believe that now, more than ever, is a time when the earth needs connected leadership and community. We want to expand our project to reach more people.

We are a community funded program. This letter is an invitation to get involved.

Will you help us to to grow The Embodied Leadership Project? There are many ways to give to our project:

1. Donate through PayPal with a one-time or ongoing monthly donation at this link:

2. Join our Patreon

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On Patreon we share educational videos and blog updates.

Become a monthly Patron for as little as $3 a month

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3. Give a tax-deductible donation

If you would like to give a tax-deductible donation, we are fiscally sponsored by the Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies and can accept tax deductible donations. If you are interested in giving a tax deductible donation please contact us at for an address of where to send your check!

Through the Embodied Leadership Project we are coming together around the challenge of disharmony with one another and the earth and the way that has manifested in our society, our cultures, our bodies and our environment

The choices we are making in the face of these challenges are to invest in, engage in and make accessible to all people a curriculum rooted in emotional and embodied intelligence. We need the ongoing support, engagement, and investment of our community to keep this work going!

We are grateful for your generosity and look forward to staying in touch.

With much love,

Jamila Jackson and the Embodied Leadership Project Team


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