Must See Moments from Pachamama’s Fundraiser Luncheon

23 Dec Must See Moments from Pachamama’s Fundraiser Luncheon

Pachamama Mission

The mission of Pachamama Alliance is to empower indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture and, using insights gained from that work, to educate and inspire individuals everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world.

At our 2015 Annual Luncheon Fundraiser in San Francisco on Thursday, November 19, nearly 2000 volunteers and participants gathered in person and online to celebrate our partnership and what we have accomplished together, and to explore the work we still have to do.

Pachamama Alliance, empowered by our partnership with indigenous people, is dedicated to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet. We offer people the chance to learn, connect, engage, travel and cherish life for the purpose of creating a sustainable future that works for all.

Our Favorite Moments

Co-founder Lynne Twist breaks down what drives the Pachamama Alliance

Co-founder John Perkins discusses Pachamama’s initiatives and how the shift of consciousness has us living in one of the greatest human revolutions of all time.

Co-founder Bill Twist showed us where the most biodiverse area in the Amazon rainforest—and possibly in the entire world—overlaps with our indigenous partners’ territories where the government of Ecuador would like to drill for oil.

Ecuador Program Director, Belén Páez, talked about how indigenous power can prevail in the face of development in their territories due to the unity and connection with the spirits of the forest and the way we work together.

Lynne Twist shared that we are all caught in the trance of the modern world, but that we can wake up from it. And one way is through partnership and engagement with Pachamama Alliance.

For more moments from the luncheon visit their post on the Pachamama Alliance blog.
To learn more about Pachamama’s work visit their story page on CoCre.

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