The Continuum Foundation, a two-year-old nonprofit with big ambitions, is developing a completely sustainable and regenerative retreat center on 30 […more…]
The Continuum Foundation
Founder and Director: Colleen Quinn
Continuum is about putting purpose before profit, and believes in the possibilities that arise when all are included and the exchange is balanced. The pledge:
— We will fully subsidize one retreat per quarter to groups who have limited access to nature and financial resources
— We will offer discounted rates to support one group of GAMECHANGERS a month with limited financial means
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Continuum’s founder Colleen Quinn’s teachings have been the best-kept secret of the privileged few. Her mentorship in healthy, balanced, and integrated living are straightforward, easy to implement, and enable the type of fundamental shifts in the mind, body, and spirit that have changed my life. Continuum, under Colleen’s vision and guidance, will multiply her reach and achieve greater access with a state-of-the-earth home for mind-body connection and abundance in spirit that mirrors Sonoma County’s inherent systems of natural balance and beauty.
Help Build a Sustainable, Regenerative Retreat Space
This fall, The Continuum Foundation will add the first semi-permanent infrastructure to the retreat space in Bodega by setting up tent platforms, solar panels, and batteries, and they will subsequently begin creating mission-focused experiences there for the public.
Their next move is to raise $250,000 to conduct holistic land management throughout the property. This includes cleaning up wildfire risk spots, which will not only benefit the retreat space, but make nearby residents, farms, and wildlife safer, co-founder Colleen Quinn says.
Simultaneously, they need $175,000 to continue the environmental studies that measure the carrying capacity of the land and create sustainable designs before they can start building permanent infrastructure on the site.
Finally, they hope to raise an additional $1 million to purchase the 30 acres of land, which they now lease.
A donation will help create this place, that, in turn, will help people from all walks of life experience our shared connectedness and feel energized to act, to make the world better for all of us.
Catherine Garvey Simon
Kimberly Kraemer and Marc Watrous
Catherine and Greg Stern
Cristopher and Nicole Pisciotta
Members of the Quinn Family
The Norling Family
Dr. Daniel Quinn