Compassionate Santa Fe
In March, 2018, the Santa Fe City Council passed a resolution to declare Santa Fe a Compassionate City, based upon The Charter for Compassion.
The Charter for Compassion is a document that urges the peoples and religions of the world to embrace the core value of compassion. The charter currently is available in more than 30 languages and has been endorsed by more than two million individuals around the globe.
Charter for Compassion International, the Charter’s supporting organization, has enrolled 311 communities in 45 countries in its Compassionate Communities campaign and has partnered with more than 1,300 organizations to spread the Charter’s message of compassion in 10 sectors: the arts, business, education, environment, healthcare, peace, religion/spirituality/interfaith, science & research, social sciences and restorative justice. There is no cost to affirm the Charter.
Reconnect-Today is currently creating a program of work to support Santa Fe becoming a truly compassionate city. It’s fine to state we are that, but it takes our community, working together to create truly transformational change.
If you are interested in becoming part of this movement. Contact us.