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Community collaborators are excited to announce the Third Bikes and Basketballs for Kids Annual Drive. We are asking supporters and friends to “adopt” a kids bike/s to be donated to local kids from underprivileged, low opportunity areas. You, your family, your friends, your company, your employer, your church or synagogue, support the purchase of one, two, three, or more bikes, or just contribute any amount to the bottom line. In less than two weeks we will raise more than $5000.00 to purchase more than 150 bikes for kids in the Valley.
The FUSION Foundation serves those who serve, we serve individuals and organizations who desire to be the change they wish to see in the world. We believe we are obligated to our ancestors and to the future seven generations to imagine a better way to live on the planet. We believe indigenous and future generations worldviews are the keys to envisioning a different, more sustainable life. We believe increased regional control will allow communities to determine what is best for them in a bottom up, not top down manner, including a return to more of a subsistence lifestyle where the things we need for life like food, water and medicine are concentrated in the hands of local producers and users.
The FUSION Foundation is a 501c3 community development organization focused on educating, empowering and inspiring local actions with a global vision. Our goal is to transform communities of conflict into communities of collaboration and creativity using the tools of the heart with stories, traditional ceremonies, arts & culture and local food - to build bridges that match needs with resources in our communities.
The FUSION Foundation connects ancient wisdom with emergent needs to educate, empower and inspire individuals to bring forth thriving, just, sustainable local communities in a global world.
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"The question of socialism or communism or capitalism or between the left and right – I think the important question is between the industrial society and the earth-based society. And I say that because I believe that capitalism and communism are really much more about how the wealth is distributed, if it trickles down or is appropriated at the beginning to those who have worked for it. But, you know, someone has to question where the wealth came from. What right does society have to the wealth? What is the relationship between that society and the land from which it got its wealth? Those are the questions that should be asked."
- Winona LaDuke
Dear Friends and Community Members,
Thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm to serve those who serve and be the change you wish to see in our local and global communities.
Bikes and Basketballs for Kids was established in 2011 by Joe Berman and then adopted by community philanthropist Carl Ames to provide bikes, bike helmets and basketballs to kids in the valley.
The community collaborators are pleased to announce the Third Bikes and Basketballs for Kids Annual Drive. We are asking customers and friends to “adopt” a kids bike/s to be donated to a local kid from underprivileged and low opportunity areas. You, your family, your friends, you company, your employer, your church or synagogue, support the purchase of one, two, three, or more bikes, or just contribute any amount to the bottom line.
This statement reflects the wisdom of the Spiritual People of the Earth, of North and South America, working in unity to restore peace, harmony and balance for our collective future and for all living beings.
This statement is written in black and white with a foreign language that is not our own and does not convey the full depth of our concerns.
The Creator created the People of the Earth into the Land at the beginning of Creation and gave us a way of life. This way of life has been passed down generation-to-generation since the beginning. We have not honored this way of life through our own actions and we must live these original instructions in order to restore universal balance and harmony. We are a part of Creation; thus, if we break the Laws of Creation, we destroy ourselves.