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In response to Covid-19 the Findhorn Foundation has suspended upcoming residential guest programmes until at least 5th June.
If you have an upcoming booking, please see here. Our online programmes are still available.

Current Campaigns

How do your gifts help?

When you support us, you are helping give the gift of transformation to the participants we serve. You can best support us by making a donation for general purposes to the Findhorn Foundation as it will go to the areas that require most support at any given time. Your gifts make possible things like improving our gardens and participant spaces. Our gardens and living areas are our co-creators and teachers. Your gifts help us develop them and continue helping people learn to connect with the consciousness of nature.

 


You can also choose to directly support one of our current campaigns:

Universal Hall Findhorn

1. Help Build New Guest Houses

Help replace bungalows with sustainable guest houses designed to give people a lived experience of connection with nature.

  • World-leading examples of sustainable design
  • Designed and built through our practices of inner listening and co-creating with the intelligence of nature
  • New guest accommodation for up to 15 guests
  • To be built next to the Original Garden

These spaces will help hundreds of participants each year experience new possibilities in their lives. See the current designs and donate here.
Fundraising goal: £350,000


Dorothy Maclean

 

2. Honouring Our Elders

We love and value our elders, all they have given and their ongoing blessings of wisdom and perspective.

Dorothy, one of the three Findhorn Foundation Community’s Co-Founders, will turn 100 years on 7 January, 2020.

Born in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Dorothy has dedicated her life to a deep enquiry into spiritual matters. Her friendship with Peter and Eileen Caddy, their personal spiritual journeys and shared work, led to the founding of the Findhorn Foundation Community in 1962.

Dorothy left the Community in 1973 to travel, write and teach about connecting to The Divine and the Intelligence of Nature, a committed engagement she only relinquished in her very late 80’s! In 2009 she returned to Scotland to settle back into the Community as one of our elders.

Since 1996 the Community Care Circle (CCC) has held a fund which, over the years, has assisted community members to remain in the Community when care at home was needed. The Community Care Fund is now seeking to raise £3,000 per month for Dorothy, so that the 24/7 care and companionship already established can continue to be provided in her own home.
Fundraising goal: Ongoing monthly target:£3,000


CCC19

3. Spreading the Word from CCC19

Help the Climate Change and Consciousness community to raise the funds needed to gift an edited bundle of Keynotes from the Climate Change and Consciousness Conference (CCC19) to all participants so that they can, in turn, distribute them to friends, colleagues and networks.

Fundraising goal: £10,000


Or you can support our bursary fund
Financial aid for those in need. We believe transformational learning should be available to all. Your gifts help us be able to grant bursaries and financial assistance to those who need it and to keep being part of our community accessible and sustainable.


Your gift of hope

A much appreciated gift

Treya Killum was a member of the Findhorn Foundation in the 1970’s. She met and married Ken Wilber. Ten days after the wedding she was diagnosed as having cancer. The courageous and beautiful story of Treya and Ken’s relationship, her battle with cancer and her eventual death is told in the magnificent book Grace and Grit.

The news of Treya’s legacy to the Findhorn Foundation arrived minutes after a Community meeting announcing the beginning of building houses at The Park. It was decided there and then to use this gift to build the first house for long-term members of the Foundation. The house was completed in 1991 and named Treya.