Gangaji Community
What is the Donor Collaborative?
from Hillary and Kat
April 24, 2024

The Donor Collaborative is a virtual space for those who'd like to come a bit closer to the Gangaji Foundation. It was started during the pandemic by long time donors Kat Miller and Hillary Larson, as a place for donors to connect, inquire, and collaborate, all in the name of supporting Gangaji's presence in the world. It has grown from strength to strength. If you are curious about joining click on the link below and we will reach out to you with the link. 

We meet via Zoom on the second Saturday of each month at 9 AM PT

Next Meeting:
Saturday, July 13th 9:00 AM
In Your Local Time:
You will be able to join the after your first donation.
If you are a donor, please login to sign up for the Donor Collaborative or to edit your membership.

“This is your resting place, your watering hole. Find what supports you, what includes you, and drink it in. Be nourished. Be enlivened. And when you feel thirsty again, drink some more.” —Gangaji

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