While some of the activities and programs of
Omnia Humanitas will involve nominal
fees or admissions charges to help defray some of our operating expenses,
these are only
a negligible means of support for the educational and environmental work that we
We will need to rely on the financial
contributions of individuals, foundations, businesses and other organizations to
help us spread the word about integrated, sustainable, environmentally friendly
design, to reintegrate farming into our communities while revitalizing neglected
and infill sites and preserving open space, and to provide educational and cultural
activities which are
open to all. We need your support.
Omnia Humanitas is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. All donations are tax deductible. You can help our work go forward through your generosity in the form of a tax deductible gift or by buying one of our clever, not to be missed T-shirts, or you can take part in
our Buy-a-Brick &
is buying a brick going to help build this wonder of wonders?
All we need is for 90,000 people to buy a brick for $70 each, and the
incredible becomes real. 90,000
people is only 13% of those who play World of Warcraft or 5% of the high school
students in America or about .03% of the people living in the US today!
When you get right down to it, that’s not many of us at all.
$70 you’ll get:
you don’t have $70 you say? That’s
okay. In 1823, an Irishman named
Daniel O’Connell led a crusade to free the Irish from British rule.
It was funded by a penny a month from everyone who joined.
Even the poorest serf could support the cause, and as a result, that
bunch of peasants became an organization the likes of which had
never been seen before. It was
called “an avalanche” and “the Irish Revolution”, all for about 52¢ per
month per person. Give what you can, $5, $10, $20, and we’ll start our own
the other hand, how much did you spend on your last video game, concert ticket,
night at the movies, tank of gas? Well,
one or two of those and you can help build a place that is going to change the
way people think and the way the world should work. If enough people buy a brick, we’ll build another and another
and another, all across the country.
Rome may not have been built in a day, but did you know Romulus and Remus were only 16 years old when they did it? They were courageous and persistent and hoped to build a better world. You can do it too. So, join us. We can all be Romulus or the snowflake that starts the avalanche of change. You too can
BUY A BRICK & BUILD A
“I’ll do it! Call Me Romulus!”
Omnia Humanitas, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. All donations are tax-deductible.