A list of opportunities in the greater Denver metro area that allow volunteers to operate remotely. Provided by Mile High United Way. See HERE.
Metro Caring works with our community to meet people’s immediate need for nutritious food while building a movement to address the root causes of hunger. See more information HERE.
Judi’s House is devoted solely to providing free, research-based care to grieving children and their families in the Metro Denver area. See more information HERE.
Since 1986, Samaritan House has helped people secure sufficient food and clothing, the ability to earn a living wage and affordable housing. See more information HERE.
Habitat for Humanity builds simple houses with no-profit mortgages affordable to families with low incomes. See more information HERE.
Denver Hospice is the largest not-for-profit provider of life-enhancing hospice and palliative care. See more information HERE.
A variety of free, online video trainings from the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, NM. Click HERE.
Article from the Order of Interbing, students of Thich Nhat Hanh. Click HERE.
A recent talk by Vipassana teacher Jack Kornfield that articulates the interrelationship between equanimity and action. Click HERE.
Roshi Joan Halifax calls on Buddhists to take action. Click HERE.
This Tricycle article has a tremendous amount of insight, resources, and links to deepen your understanding and engagement in racial justice work from a Buddhist perspective. Click HERE.
Vox article about the history of Black activism and Buddhist mindfulness. Click HERE.
Especially for those who have not yet read Prof. Kendi's seminal work, How to be an Antiracist, this podcast is a helpful introduction to his guidance and wisdom. Click HERE.
A curated list of reading, watching, listening, and other materials primarily designed for White people aspiring to be allies in the fight for racial justice. Click HERE.
Helpful guidance for local activism from 303 Magazine. Click HERE.
Follow BLM 5280 on Facebook for updates regarding upcoming protests and other activity. Click HERE.
Basic guidance for people who seek to support efforts by Black, indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) to achieve racial justice. Click HERE.
This Tricycle article by Colorado Peacemakers member David Loy calls on Buddhists to address the climate change crisis. See HERE.
CCL exist to create the political will for climate solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power. See HERE.
Mindfulness teacher James Baraz's article in the Huffington Post. See HERE.
This article comes from Lion's Roar and continues David Loy's advocacy for Buddhist engagement on climate change. See HERE.