This year was a year like none other; what started as one for the ages, the year with seemingly symmetry, consistency, and pattern, has become anything but. We have lost significant life and innocence, not to mention our ability to plan for tomorrow, and surely the ability to look the other way. We’ve collectively had to say goodbye to 1% of the population of the United States due to COVID-19; and this year has highlighted the inequities that continue to exist for far too many.
The Great Reset has come through 2020 stronger, and thanks to our new digital platform, farther reaching than ever before. We are now a recognized Not-for-Profit, proudly in partnership with an incredible sponsor organization, Mediators Foundation. While our leadership team remains 100% volunteer, we can now accept tax-deductible donations to help keep the conversation going and expand on our mission to discover community through conversation.
With fundraising support we look forward to all we can accomplish in 2021:
• To grow beyond our now 26 states and 8 countries.
• Continue to build our local, national and global community of conversationalists by way of our monthly conversations, our quarterly global conversations and our deep dive Series.
• To bring The Great Reset to schools, universities, corporations and community organizations.
If you’d like to bring The Great Reset to your organization reach out via our contact form.
We have seen, first-hand, how isolationism can be waylaid through those moments of seeing and speaking with one another across a screen on a topic that either lightens our souls or even those that make us do a little soul searching. We have heard from you what it means to have a moment of togetherness and purpose. We are committed to keeping the conversation going and we hope that you are, as well. With over 100 conversations hosted from Tennessee to California and with international participants from Rwanda, to the UK, Colombia and more, we are having an impact and keeping the conversations in our communities going.
A Request for Your Support
In gratitude and hope,
Kalinda Fisher, Executive Director