Giving Tuesday where it counts — all month long.

With all that’s happening in the media, you may have missed this week’s #GivingTuesdayNOW effort. It merits a closer look. In a nutshell, this movement aims to support communities and causes “that allow for social connection and kindness even while practicing physical distancing.” 

So many organizations within the Nature Sacred Network fit this bill — non-profits and institutions on the front lines serving their communities via health care, community services and more. We can’t think of a better way to lend support right now — and all month long — to lift up our local organizations, working hard around the clock to ensure that their unique populations are fed, sheltered and cared for. 

Legacy Emanuel Medical Center

In the Portland, OR, Legacy’s health care teams are on the front lines of this crisis and need your support. Your gift during #GivingTuesdayNow will provide critical relief and help patients and medical staff get the care, supplies and support they need.
Tour the Sacred Place here. 

Support their work  

The Intersection of Change

A mission-driven organization dedicated to enriching the economic, social and spiritual lives of those dealing with poverty related issues in Baltimore’s Sandtown-Winchester, Upton and surrounding communities. Visit their Sacred Place here. 

Give Now  

Franklin Square Hospital

As a non-profit Maryland-based healthcare organization, MedStar Franklin Square Hospital strives to provide the highest quality of medical care to our patients each and every day. Share your gratitude for our team by supporting our Coronavirus response efforts. Check out the hospital Sacred Place here. 

Support their COVID-19 response efforts  

American Visionary Art Museum

This museum works to uplift, inspire and connect its Baltimore community through visionary art, which they describe as art “produced by self-taught individuals, usually without formal training, whose works arise from an innate personal vision that revels foremost in the creative act itself”. Visit the museum’s Sacred Place here.

Help uplift and connect people through art  

Brooklyn Greenway Initiative

This organization serves millions of residents through the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway, a 26-mile protected route. BGI works to ensure that residents in historically underserved neighborhoods can safely access the water, and strengthen resilience in the face of rising sea levels and storm surges brought on by the changing climate. Visit their Sacred Place. 

Donate here  

The Light House Homeless Prevention Support Center

Serving as a basic needs provider of food, shelter and support services for 30 years, the Light House rebuilds lives with compassion by providing shelter and services to prevent homelessness and empower people as they transition toward employment, housing and self-sufficiency in Annapolis, MD. Visit the Sacred Place here.  

Support their work  

Amazing Grace

This multicultural, inclusive, urban Lutheran congregation in East Baltimore commits itself wholly to its community, finding creative ways to ensure its people are supported, nourished with food and connected together during this crisis. Visit its Sacred Place here. 

Donate now  

Marian House

Marian House opens its doors to serve women in need, helping them move from dependence to independence. The organization offers a supportive and loving community as they work to build safe, sober, and stable lives. Visit the Sacred Place at the Marion House. 

Give now  

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