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We depend on your support to host the meditation sessions and perform our out-reach work. Whether your support comes financially or via the gift of your donated time, we are grateful.
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CMP is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that has not provided any goods or services, in whole or in part, to you in consideration for this voluntary cash contribution.
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Form of payment
CMP welcomes donations via check, credit card, cash or wire transfer. To donate via credit card, please click here.
Checks can be mailed to:
Community Mindfulness Project
PO Box 1713
New Canaan, CT 06840
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“After 30 minutes of quiet meditation, no one moved, no one wanted to stop!”
“… the hardest part is getting here, I am so happy to be working this into my life, and I am only scratching the surface…”
“This is the wave of the future, meditation and mindfulness integrated into the classroom and curricula. It’s happening.“
“So happy to be doing the practice with CMP on a regular, weekly basis, the skills getting stronger and more accessible, the journey deeper…”
“I love the language you use, it’s real, it’s secular with no religion, and best of all, open to all.”
“Meditation techniques helped me do well in school and graduate, increasing my concentration and confidence.”
“Loved the scientific journal citing showing the new developments in neuroplasticity.”