Contributions help make the course free and accessible to everyone, no matter what their financial resources or where they live, by covering the costs of website hosting and special projects.
For example, as new videos get added to the site, contributions allow me to pay for the creation of closed-captions for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Also, although the initial translation of the site into Spanish was done entirely by volunteers, I use paid translation services to help keep the Spanish version of Palouse Mindfulness up-to-date. Contributions are also used to purchase and ship flash drives configured with a "stand-alone" version of the course for people whose internet access is poor or non-existent.
If you would like to help to keep the Palouse Mindfulness course free and to make it even more accessible to people around the world, click on the button below.
Sending a donation is not required. Please don't contribute if you can't afford to. If you do contribute, any amount will help. For instance, $15 would cover the cost of five minutes of closed-captioning for a new video, $25 would pay for sending a flash drive overseas to someone whose internet access is poor or non-existent, and $100 would cover the cost of translating those five minutes into Spanish. Even as little as $5 helps me to continue offering the Palouse Mindfulness course for free.
If you'd rather send a check to a physical location, make it out to Palouse Mindfulness and send it to: Palouse Mindfulness, 1009 Tolo Trail, Moscow, ID 83843.
NOTE: Clicking on the "donate" button will take you to a PayPal page, but you don't need to have a PayPal account to make a contribution. Palouse Mindfulness is not an IRS-recognized charity so your donation is not tax-deductible.