A diVision of PET since August 2018, the Caring Community Circle has been around the Findhorn Ecovillage for quite some time.
Caring defines our Community and there has always been a caring community circle in one form or other. First in the Foundation and, from 2009 as a volunteer group of the New Findhorn Association. Thus, through a liaison councillor, the NFA has always been part of all CCCwork as well as every exploration, planning and decision-making process.
The community is a better place for having embraced the provision of care for the times when people are in need, including the final stages of life. We have the privilege of sharing with each other times when the raw experience of life makes the veils between the worlds thin and we can apply the spiritual principles of this place in an immediate and tremendously rewarding way.
Dr. Cornelia Featherstone MRCGP (rtd.)
The diVision is managed by volunteers, with any operational functional salaried work funded by donations and grants. Your financial help for this important work is very necessary.
To co-create an exemplary caring community culture from cradle to grave.
To hold awareness of the needs of people of all ages in the Community and link volunteers and other resources to those in need.
to create a sustainable and resilient CCC group including legal set up and governance
to educate individuals and the collective in matters of well-being and self-care such as Caring community, Ageing in place, End-of-life planning, etc.
Caring Community Culture
to develop and support social capacities (e.g. behaviour, awareness, convention) and infrastructures (e.g. networking, communication, ‘joined-up’ policies)
Care in Community
to develop and support physical infrastructure i.e. accommodations and organisational infrastructures i.e. staffing.
Caring Community Management Committee
Anne Skene (Chair), Maggie LaTourelle, Terri Guest, Lorraine Rytz, Roberto Mirelman-S, Bert Meyer, and Marcus Lindner (PETnon-exec. director)