Do you want to help us in the construction of a socially just and ecologically sustainable planetary citizenship?
You have many options to be part of the inevitable change that will take place in the world. We describe them to you below.
As Margaret Mead said, a small group of conscious and committed citizens can change the world, but in any case, that small group of citizens will need every encouragement and resource that can be provided. On the other hand, what is the minimum number of conscious and committed citizens necessary to achieve this change? And what are the minimum resources needed to operate such a change?
Because this we have to confess that WE NEED YOUR HELP.
How can you help us? Below you will find some ways to collaborate, even participate, in the transformation of our civilisation.
We Need Financial Support
As a supporter, your financial contributions will be life energy for the Project because, no matter how small the amount, it will be a fixed contribution with which we can count each month.
Do You Want to Be Part of the Solution?
Avalon volunteers are the soul of our organisation, and their work is fundamental to move forward with all our initiatives. Join us!
Local Groups & Affiliates
There are also local groups and organisations affiliated with Avalon whose mission is to translate our objectives into a local environment.
Help us spread our work
Send us your email address and we will inform you about our educational activities and mobilisations.
- Header picture: “Dissidents”, by Gunes T, under license CC BY-NC in Flickr.
- “flowerette”, by Porsche Brosseau, under license CC BY, in Flickr.
- Dreams… by Ragesh Ev, under license CC BY-NC-SA, in Flickr.
- “Minut de silenci per Siria”, by R. B., under license CC BY in Flickr
- “Manifestation anti G8 au Havre”, by Guillaume Paumier, under license CC BY, in Wikipedia.
- “Apiary at Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center”, by Chesapeake Bay Program, under license CC BY-NC in Flickr.
- “People’s Climate March_169”, by Michael O’Brien, under license CC BY-NC in Flickr.
- “My social network”, by Luc Legay, under license CC BY-SA, in Flickr.