Zendo Project Fundraising 2018: New $130,000 Stretch Goal


New $130,000 Stretch Goal

Psychedelic peer support services receive over $100,000 in donations

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We are excited to announce that the Zendo Project has exceeded our $100,000 fundraising stretch goal, raising a total of $100,643 from 368 donors from around the world. We are so grateful to our contributors for their support of the Zendo Project!

We quickly fulfilled a new $8,000 matching grant for the Zendo Project’s psychedelic peer support services, thanks to a generous match pledge provided by the Riverstyx Foundation. All donations to the Zendo Project are tax-deductible, and most donations come with limited edition perks.

Our new $130,000 stretch goal will fully fund the Zendo Project’s services, infrastructure, education, and outreach needs for the entire year of 2018.  

Every dollar donated to the Zendo Project still helps us provide compassionate care for people undergoing difficult psychedelic experiencesWith just 6 days left until Burning Man 2018, will you make a gift to fund compassionate spaces? 

Stretch Goal: $130,000
$100,643 raised by 368 generous donors

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Exceeding our $100,000 stretch goal is allowing us to further develop our outreach and education initiatives, bringing Zendo Project workshops and events to other countries as well as underrepresented communities here in the U.S. It will also allow us the opportunity to purchase a beautiful new structure for our U.S.-based events, which will provide an additional safe space for our guests for years to come.


We still have a limited number perks, including Zendo Project hoodies available for donors to our 2018 fundraising campaign. Secure your items by making a donation to our fundraising campaign today. Find out more about other perks we are offering here.

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The overwhelming amount of support we have received for the Zendo Project continues to amaze us. Thank you.

In psychedelic service,

Sara Gael
Director of Harm Reduction, MAPS Zendo Project