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2017 Spring Appeal


Please join with members and friends around the country to help make Rudolf Steiner's work more visible in our time.  This year, our Spring appeal is part of a larger effort to improve our web presence so that it’s welcoming, clear, and easy to use for all people who are or wish to be connected with Rudolf Steiner’s work, including you!  

Our goal is $25,000. Your gift will help us take the first important steps in improving access, visibility and function.

Please click here to make a gift today.

Consider the following:

  • ♦ A young mother in Colorado is inspired by the beauty in a Waldorf kindergarten. She wonders who Rudolf Steiner is and what he has to say about the education of young children.
  • ♦ A member of 10 years relocates from Kansas to the east coast. He wonders what events and opportunities are available in his new area, and where to connect with others who study anthroposophy.
  •  ♦ A college student comes across Rudolf Steiner’s work in the course of her studies and is inspired. She wishes to dive deeper but where to start?

Where do they go to learn more? Today, they go right to their smartphone, tablet or laptop to search for websites and links to deepen their knowledge and connect with others. What they experience from the Society in that search is key.

As a Society, we stand in the world for what is deeply human, and we need to be in conversation with the world in a way that is accessible and welcoming.

Please follow this link to make a secure, online gift to our Spring appeal today!

 

Your General Council and Leadership Team thank you for your consideration and generous support.

 

To make an unrestricted gift to the Anthroposophical Society, please click here. 
For more information, please contact Deb at deb@anthroposophy.org

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