Mudita is a Sanskrit word that means “I rejoice in your good fortune.” It is a reminder that what any one person receives is a gift for all and that we need to live in an atmosphere of abundance and generosity rather than scarcity, competition, and fear.
We are currently revamping the Mudita program so that we can relaunch it in 2019! We encourage you to check back in the new year.
How could you advance social justice and human rights if money wasn’t a barrier?
With the help of generous donors Mudita gifts are awarded as available. From human rights issues in your local town to social justice issues on a global spectrum our $100 to $1000 Mudita gift can be the seed money needed for your initiative. Your application will be reviewed by the Mudita Committee who makes recommendations to our Board of Directors. The application is being revised and will be available in 2019.
Be a Mudita Sponsor!
What types of projects have been funded?
Humanizing Female Refugees Photo Exhibit
eQuip: Technology for All People
A Meal and More at Muskegon High School
Empowering Craftswomen in Honduras
Winter Survival Kits for Homeless
Status of Children in Vanua Leva-Walk Around Fiji
DoRAK- Grand Haven High School
Student Mentor Project at Vicksburg High School
The Chalkboard Project
Water Pump for Ruisinga Island, Kenya
Support Resources for Transgender Youth
Walden Green Art Partnership in Zambia
Mudita Sponsorships include these recognition benefits:
Recipient meet and greet
Introduction and presentation at Inspire! events
Recognition on the Extended Grace website, social media and newsletter
Acknowledgement at our annual Prom with a Purpose