Immediate Financial Support Needed for this Social Sustainability Project!

Please help finance this project. I need financial sponsors now to complete this European Tour and develop the presentation and trainings that I will bring back to the USA! Please send checks (credit cards also accepted) to Tracie Sage, PO Box 439, Williams, OR 97544.
I feel abundant gratitude and enthusiasm for all your support! blessings, Tracie

Help me spread powerful relationship and community skills!

Much more connection, cooperation and support is possible within our relationships and our communities. With many examples of isolation, communication breakdowns and dysfunctional relationships most of us can't even imagine the depth, healing and closeness that is truly possible. We just don't have the experience or the tools. When we live and work together, issues and conflicts naturally arise, which allows us an opportunity to co-create even better solutions and deepen our understanding of and closeness with each other, IF we have the awareness and the skills.

My life passion and calling is living, learning and teaching social sustainability - emphasizing practices that develop the social and emotional skills needed to co-create solutions that alleviate issues and conflicts.

As part of my Social Sustainability Project and presentations, this summer I am visiting communities and villages in Europe that demonstrate social harmony, cooperation and longevity. I will share this social wisdom through presentations and trainings with others who desire real connection and cooperation, in Southern Oregon, throughout the USA and wherever needed worldwide.

There are thousands of people who will be interested in learning more about social sustainability and how to integrate the practices that build harmonious relationships and communities into their lives. I have already been asked by many to return to Europe with my presentation, yoga and trainings!

I'm hoping you'll be excited to help me share these powerful social tools and practices with the world by sponsoring my Models of Sustainable Living Tour and presentations, connecting me with a published writer and/or media sponsor, hosting presentations in your community, travel support.

Tracie Sage,
Cowgirl Yogi for Sustainable Living
Living, learning and teaching practices for Sustainable Living
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May our relationships embrace us through our challenges and changes!

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