Zen Caregiving Project has always believed and taught that all beings are interconnected and interdependent, that the pain and suffering of another is the pain and suffering of us all. We condemn the violence against BIPOC and unjust structures of systemic racism that continue to marginalize and harm people of color.
Our team has been reflecting on our own actions, as individuals and as part of the larger organization, and we have developed an organization-wide commitment to Racial Equity which you can read by clicking the button below.
“It is the heart that does the giving; the fingers only let go.”
As we approach the end of 2020 we are asking you to support our work as so many of you have generously done in the past.
In this difficult time, caregivers need our support more than ever. With your help we can continue to teach the skills and knowledge they need to build resilience, prevent burnout, and provide compassionate care. With your support, we know we can make a difference.
I feel more connected to the person I am caring for because of this class, and I feel more connected to myself.Course participantMindful Family Caregiving Course Participant (Online)
Volunteering at Zen Hospice Project has had a profound influence on my life. It brings joy to my life and I always receive much more than I give.Laurent de BordVolunteer Caregiver at Laguna Honda Hospital
Your workshop was a highlight of the weekend. It felt incredibly gratifying.Mindy RelyeaEverpresence Symposium Founder, and Director