Zendo Project Fundraising 2018: Let’s Create A Community of Compassionate Care

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Let’s Create a Community of Compassionate Care

Help us expand psychedelic peer support services, education, and outreach.

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The Zendo Project needs your help to create a safe, compassionate space for transforming challenging psychedelic experiences at festivals and events around the world.

The Zendo Project is a psychedelic peer support service that provides emotional support services in a comfortable setting for those coping with the mental and emotional effects of psychedelic substances like LSD, MDMA, and psilocybin mushrooms.

Join the Zendo Project in providing a supportive environment and specialized care to transform difficult psychedelic experiences into valuable learning opportunities. 

Our fundraising goal is $70,000. 

Our goal will fund Zendo Project’s psychedelic peer support services at Burning Man and other events, expanding opportunities for public outreach and education.

Your donation will be doubled! Every gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $22,200, thanks to several generous donors.
 

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Perks

To thank you for your gift, we’re offering unique perks for supporters of this campaign:

Difficult psychedelic experiences, often referred to as “bad trips,” are common, especially in recreational environments. Many people find themselves unprepared for the full spectrum of experiences that can arise from psychedelic use.

Zendo Project guests receive free resources and support when they visit us at festivals and events. By donating to the Zendo Project, you’re helping provide essential infrastructure for community-based psychedelic peer support at Burning Man, Envision Festival, Lightning in a Bottle, and beyond.

Make A Gift

Together, we are co-creating a community of compassionate care. Your tax-deductible donation will help us reach our $70,000 goal.

Warmly,

Sara Gael
Director of Harm Reduction, MAPS Zendo Project