Community Foundation for Planetary Healing
Our co-founder Claudia Goncalves interviewed Rosie, the spiritual leader of this small community who have had to move from the State of Bahia to Minas Gerais in search of land to settle and survive.
The Kiriri were welcomed by the local community in Minas who are very happy to have them living in the land which belongs to the local University. Arrangements and agreements went under negotiations for 2 years for their settlement (beginning of 2017 to the end of 2018).
So we are appealing to the good heart of people like you who can help this small community of 60 adults and 12 children to build a Cultural Centre where they can begin to generate income essential for their survival as well as a small indigenous school to pass on ancestral knowledge to their children.
If you can be one of these kind and generous people who make a difference in the world, would you help us help the Kiriri people by donating?
"Caring about people, caring about our planet"
Our background history: The consistency of the Planetary Healing Centre’s work , service and compassion since we first started in 2003 in Edinburgh, Scotland, changes lives and gives people the capacity to take control of their health and wellbeing.
As well as the work we do supporting the local community in Scotland, we have also helped children in Africa and Brazil affected by HIV and Aids in the past and we now also help the indigenous people of Brazil.
With our work we help people to develop planetary awareness and re-establish a harmonious relationship to our Earth Mother. Health and wellbeing of people and planet are the results.
All donations received here from Jan to June 2019 will go to the "Kiriri people's project in Minas Gerais". If you are considering a Monthly donation, please register as a user in My Donate first. If you can volunteer in other ways, for example creating a fundraising event to support our indigenous people's project, please contact Claudia Goncalves on 075 0443 8763. Thank you!
Charity No: SC034826
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