Young adults rock the world

Whether it's leading the fight against climate change or sweatshops,

standing up against the extractive industries (like Dine activist and NCP

friend Kendra Pinto, right) or standing by people who are pushed aside by

others or walking away from the Me/More/Now consumer culture, young

adults are rocking the world.

 

NCP has no interest in telling you what to do - rather, we want to empower

you by providing information and opportunities - and get inspiration and

energy and ideas from you - and see how we can work together to build

a better, fairer world.

Here goes:

Learning Tours put you up close with some of the most compelling people and

places on the planet - both the best and the worst. Take Alaska (incredible

wildlife, incredibly warming), Nepal (sex trafficking and child workers, but

also human resilience and the Himalaya), the Amazon (pink dolphins, oil

pollution), East Africa (refugees fleeing war, girls riding NCP-supplied bikes

to school). You get the drift.

 

"This trip drew the line between visiting a place - and experiencing it."

- Faith Renner about Alaska LT

 

People like you make our Sustainable Living Centers hum. Sometimes literally,

as there is some singing going on there, along with bicycle-powered compost

pick-up, working in the gardens, working with school groups who come to visit,

attending town council meetings to push for eco-practices, helping with the Food

Share programs for local families. Come for a weekend, summer, year, life. 

 

"I never knew something like this existed." - Amelia, who first visited on a

sorority work day, then started coming once a week, and then became a

full-time intern.

 

Want to mobilize others to act? That's where our A Girl and a Bike program

comes in. For $110 we can get a girl to school ($65 bike + $45 scholarship).

How many girls can your club or sorority or Facebook peeps help roll toward

a better future?!

Speaking of a better future: Our new Million Tree campaign is a Big Deal.

We plan to plant 100,000 trees per year for the next 10 years. Why?

You know why - habitat, oxygen, food,medicines, firewood (to keep

girls from having to take long, dangerous walks to collect it), climate

change (a rainforest tree absorbs 50 pounds of CO2 every year!),

and beauty.

10 cents plants a tree - how many can you plant!? 

 

Get NCP staff to your campus or congregation or whatever for

classroom presentations, convos, workshops - we're cheap,

knowledgeable, and occasionally funny.

 

Sign up for our You asked for it... email, designed to keep people like you informed about stuff like this.

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New Community Project

...turning the world upside down...

Building a new community of justice and peace

for our neighbors and respect for the earth.

Contact:​

847-910-4636 cell

844-804-2985 toll-free

David Radcliff - Director

540-433-2363

Tom Benevento - Coordinator

Harrisonburg, VA Sustainable Living Center

802-434-2333

Pete Antos-Ketcham - Coordinator 

Starksboro, VT Sustainable Living Center

Email: 

ncp@newcommunityproject.org

Address:

New Community Project

117 Nature Road

Blue Ridge, VA 24064

NCP is a 501c3 tax exempt nonprofit organization

registered in Arizona.