Each year the Garrison Institute welcomes over 6,000 individuals through our doors. We provide a place of retreat, community, and connection, offering transformative programming in order to support healing and systems change. Since March 2020, we have continued this commitment through our virtual programs, reaching thousands of people worldwide.
Since March, the Garrison Institute has partnered with some extraordinary contemplative teachers to create virtual communities of contemplative practice during these times of physical distancing. In September, we launched the Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Sangha at the suggestion of our community. The BIPOC Sangha is a weekly gathering of self-identified BIPOC practitioners that provides a safe place to meditate and explore contemplative practices.
The BIPOC Meditation Sangha cultivates an environment that welcomes diverse voices and builds community. The guided meditations are facilitated every Thursday by experienced teachers and practitioners Kaira Jewel Lingo and Dr. Marisela Gomez.
To ensure the sustainability of this free offering, we invite you to support our BIPOC Meditation Sangha with a tax-deductible contribution. All funds raised will be used to provide honorariums for our sangha leaders and to support operational costs associated with the program.
If you have questions about this program and other ways to support it, please contact Kate Flanagan, Associate Director of Development, at email@example.com. More information on other ways to give - including by mail, through your donor-advised fund, IRA transfer, and more - can be found here.
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