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L’Shana Tova – Happy New Year

L’Shana Tova to all of our Jewish brothers and sisters in the ManKind Project – and beyond.

At the head of the year, looking forward to what lies ahead, and looking back at what has transpired, I am grieving, contemplative, and inspired. May the new year bring sweetness.

Over the last weeks, a number of men have shared sad news from natural disasters in our communities here and in other regions, including the death of a Warrior Brother in Mexico, a casualty of the earthquake.

Men have also shared, witnessed and participated in heartful actions of support to each other and their communities at large. Being part of a community of dedicated men has made a difference for many.

I am deeply impacted when I read about the intentions and meaning behind the Jewish high holidays. I recognize how small I am when I look at the world today. I am humbled by the magnitude of the forces at work. And yet I know that my choices have impacts. Acknowledging my humanity, and accountability, and reflecting on my actions in the past year, I feel a renewed commitment and rededication to our shared work.

I am heartened by the messages of support, the actions being taken by men living their missions, the dedication of community members to band together, and the generosity of New Warriors stepping up to serve in myriad ways.

We need New Warriors in the world more than ever. It is not a time to shrink back. We need more men waking up, growing up, and showing up in the way I see you men showing up.

Each man initiated creates a ripple in the world. Each spoken mission statement carries the power of prayer and intention. Each door being opened in the lodge brings hope to another family and community. Each man who recognizes he is not alone offers us all a chance at redemption.

In this time of renewal, I invite you to stretch yourself again beyond what is comfortable and look for ways to bring your authentic leader and servant out into the world.

You are needed. We are needed.

Solidariamente,

José – MKP USA Chairman

Go in Mission. Houston

September 2, 2017

August 30, 2017 For the past four days, the people of Houston and a large surrounding area of the great state of Texas are battling the heaviest precipitation and flooding in the history of the United States. The scope of the devastation is unknowable. In the days, weeks, and years to come, we will grieve, […]

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ManKind Project to Sponsor 2nd Annual Better Man Conference

August 16, 2017
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August 16, 2017 Video in the sidebar >> For the second year, the ManKind Project USA is proud to be a core sponsor of the Better Man Conference produced by the Gender Leadership Group. This year’s one day conference will bring together over 300 people from organizations and corporations large and small to work the […]

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MKP USA Expands Commitment to Indigenous People

June 19, 2017

The ManKind Project USA holds with deep humility our relationship with indigenous people across the United States and beyond. As one region among regions, we recognize that the contributions of indigenous cultures enrich the sacredness of our work. In the spirit of connection, and looking to the future, we believe these connections to be essential […]

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The ManKind Project is a global nonprofit [501 (c)(3)] charitable organization that conducts challenging and highly rewarding programs for men at every stage of life. The ManKind Project supports a global network of peer-facilitated men's groups where men mentor men through the passages of their lives. The ManKind Project empowers men to missions of service, supporting men to make a difference in the lives of men, women, and children around the world. We help men through any transition, men at all levels of success, men facing almost any challenge. Our flagship training, described by many as the most powerful men's training available, is the New Warrior Training Adventure. The ManKind Project (MKP) is not affiliated with any religious practice or political party. We strive to be increasingly inclusive and culturally aware.