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A Sanctuary in Oregon, Oregon
Circle of Children is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are our fully volunteer run and operated, which demonstrates our principles of giving and serving from the heart. This beautiful land Read more...
Circle of Children is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are our fully volunteer run and operated, which demonstrates our principles of giving and serving from the heart. This beautiful land and facility was generously donated to us in the spring of 2014. Circle of Children works to create enriched environments for people of all ages to connect with nature, develop their unique talents, build community that serve the people and the planet. We love and are always looking to host personal get-aways, gatherings, youth immersion programs, and family camps that focus on the celebration of nature connection including permaculture, natural building, sustainable forestry, primitive skills, coming of age, rites of passage, holistic health, creative arts and expression, community building, and youth empowerment at this, the Triangle Lake Center ( Where you get more than a little TLC) in Oregon.
We are striving to create and provide hands-on project and service-based learning and experiential opportunities for all ages. We are working to provide wisdom through mentorship, tools, resources and the hands on experience necessary to realize ones limitless potential and develop the will to follow ones dreams. Our understanding is that true learning comes through direct experience and fostering a deeper connection with life and our intuitive every learning nature. Our programs we hope will bring people into this connected state, and engage them through simple acts of service to bring more love, peace and healing to the world.
We are located on 60 acres of land with a fully-developed conference and retreat center. Our corner of paradise is nestled between two lakes in the heart of Oregon’s Coastal Mountains and the Pacific Northwest Rain forest. We are surrounded by 180 acres of private nature preserve. Our goal for our center is to develop a cooperatively-run demonstration site for sustainable living and learning, one in which we will host a wide variety of educational workshops, field trips, retreats and convergences – while simultaneously inviting fellow schools, groups and organizations to do the same. Volunteers, donations, and investors always needed and much appreciated by those of us here as well as those our work and unique offerings will ripple toward throughout our region. This is the place where we choose to be the change. Your contribution and visit mean the world to us.