Giving Tuesday Update
We were planning, for the first time, to participate in the Giving Tuesday Global Day of Giving. With the recent fires in our area, it is more important to give now to the Fire Relief Effort
This summer we had three major fires in our area
- Carr Fire – 229,651 acres – 100% contained
- Delta Fire – 60,681 Acres – 88% contained (9/20/2018)
- Hirz Fire – 46,150 Acres – 100% contained
Shasta Regional Foundation has created a page for Carr Fire Donations
This fund is now active to accept donations in response to fires and natural disasters that affect the North State. Donations will be directed for relief efforts for the Carr Fire that began west of the Redding area on July 23, 2018. Shasta Regional Community Foundation has a credible history of helping regional nonprofits and organizations with the ability to deliver monetary assistance efficiently and effectively toward the recovery of communities over time.
- How will the money be used and other questions
- Click here for frequently asked questions
- 100% of your donation (excluding online credit card processing fees) will go to Carr Fire recovery efforts
Still want to support The Best of Mt Shasta?
Please note – Our Donation Packet was written in preparation for Giving Tuesday. It is still applicable for our desire to create an online portal for The Best of Mt Shasta.
Come Join Us !
As an early Donor you will have the opportunity to be listed on our websites homepages with your logo and link. Those giving more will have a custom personal page with information about you and your business with images and your website and social media links. Your information will remain on those websites through the end of 2018 and into 2019.
About Hayehwatha Institute
Hayehwatha Institute is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization located in Mount Shasta, California. Since our formation in 2004 we have been researching the phenomenon of awareness and see this topic as the next frontier of science.
While we offer the basic understanding and practices of all things consciousness, meditation and enlightenment, we have found a way to show people how to expand their awareness beyond the size of our universe. With an expanded awareness of that magnitude, other doors open, where one can explore and further understand who we are, where we are going and how we can get there in a better way. At the same time the practical benefits in every facet of daily living are significant; giving one the ability to see everything from a broader perspective.
About Mount Shasta
Our second focus of interest is the phenomenon of Mount Shasta, which has become a mecca every year for thousands of spiritual seekers throughout the world looking for direction and connection. Most of them say they were “called” to Mount Shasta. What is that about and how can it be proven scientifically? Beginning 2009, Hayehwatha Institute has provided annual summer events called The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival to give attention to the local people who live in the Mount Shasta area representing Native Healing, Self Discovery, Alternative Health & Wellness and Our Environment.
We are studying how it is that these featured local groups, along with the international spiritual visitors to the Mount Shasta area, can see and experience what others do not see or experience. These individuals are uncovering greater insights, no matter how unbelievable their findings may appear to be. Their new understandings are contributing to the awakening consciousness of our times.
Hayehwatha Institute has also been interviewing, what we call “Spiritual Women on the Move”, who are also called to Mount Shasta for a specific time to deepen their experiences and then are called to other areas throughout the United States and the world to bring healing and understanding to other people and places.
We want to bring these situations out of the realm of “woo woo” and skepticism, and into the world of science and understanding.
Through Giving Tuesday we will be seeking funds to create “online courses” for the following four websites: Hayehwatha Institute, Become A Seer, The Best of Mt Shasta and Spiritual Women on the Move. We will first create the same infrastructure for each of the four existing websites that will include prerecorded videos, ongoing interviews, webinars, workshops, extended courses and community forums.
How You Can Help Us
Please note – the donation packet was written in preparation for Giving Tuesday, and it is still applicable for our desire to create online courses.
We deeply appreciate your help. Thank you very much!
A new door opening for The Best of Mt Shasta !!
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