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Sunday Assembly

The Sunday Assembly is a godless congregation that celebrates life and is here to help everyone find and fulfill their full potential. Our vision: a godless congregation in every town, city and village that wants one. Sunday assemblies are here for everyone who wants to: Live Better. sunday assemblies aim . . . Read more


The Form storm is a way to boost reciprocal project development and barnraising around initiatives coming out of the community: both individual projects and ones that come out of collaborations between two or more community members. Funding application processes can be a powerful motivator for helping us get many more . . . Read more

Five minute favor

you are ultimately happier and more successful when you give without expecting a quid pro quo. You are paying it forward. Since behavior is contagious to the third degree, you aren’t simply helping others, in high-impact, five focused minutes of giving. You are also supporting the emotional spread of this . . . Read more


Córima: The Rarámuri people of Mexico’s Chihuahua mountains use the word “córima” to describe an act of solidarity with someone who’s having trouble. Not offering córima to someone who needs help is considered both a breach of an obligation and an offense. The definition could also describe “the practice of the common good”. . . . Read more

Women Circles Meetings

Women gather together for a variety of reasons. Support groups, ritual circles, discussion forums, gatherings that nurture creativity – all are ways in which women create community, banish isolation, and empower themselves. Women’s circles provide safe and nuturing spaces for participants to own their feelings and experiences, to take creative . . . Read more


A Twestival (or Twitter-Festival) is a global movement which uses the power of social media to organize offline events that mobilize communities in support of a local cause. Twestival was born out of the idea that if communities were able to collaborate on an international scale, but working from a . . . Read more

Resilience circles

A Resilience Circle is a small group of 10 – 20 people that comes together to increase personal security during these challenging times. Circles have three purposes: learn, mutual aid, and social act.

Mastermind Meetings

A mastermind group is a collection of 4-8 creative individuals who meet on a regular basis to help one another reach their fullest potential. Whether directly or indirectly, this group pushes each member to create their best possible work. To get a mastermind group together, you’ll have to find 3-7 . . . Read more

Clearness Commitee

Within the Quakers community, the clearness committee represents a process for discernment. Clearness Committees are often used when a member of the meeting seeks to reach clarity on how to respond to a concern or dilemma; the process is one of aiding the person seeking clearness in finding the answer . . . Read more