We appreciate the supporters who make our work possible.
lululemon, The Dallas Anonymous Fund, Unity of Wimberley, Wimberley Civic Club,
Leaning Pear, Red Dawg Yoga, Star Antique, Ten Thousand Villages, Old Glory Ranch
Terri Allen, Becky Jordan, Patti Rankin, Kathy and Tom Lind
Projects of The Greater Mercy Foundation engage participants in experiential and transformational work in a variety of settings and formats. Our projects are tailored to the essential needs of individuals and their community. It is our hope that through our work we might create new rituals for daily living and return to our nature, connect deeply to each other and nature, and contribute to wholeness and community.
We provide scholarships and funding assistance, in part or whole, as often as possible to participants who otherwise may not be able to access the unique opportunities to engage in experiential, transformational, and healing modalities. Our funding model is based in the essence of The Greater Mercy in that paying clients support opportunities to those who require assistance. Projects occur because of and through partnerships. Funding for our projects comes from donors, community partners, foundations, and corporations.