Help Sandy survivors cope with devastation

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Help us raise $25,000 for survivors of Hurricane Sandy to cope with their devastation.




Mobilizing to give people hope


Thousands of people on the East coast are trying to put their lives back  together. "I feel like my childhood has been washed away" said one young woman.  The Center for Mind-Body Medicine provides trauma relief for people in crisis around the world. Right now we've been organizing coping skills sessions in the hardest hit areas along the Jersey shore. 

"The emotional devastation is as real as the physical" said volunteer coordinator, Dr. Carol Penn.  "The shock and loss is palpable.  It isn't just property that is broken--what needs to be restored is body and spirit."

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User Comments

Hope F.
4 years ago

You are not forgotten!

Shoba K.
4 years ago

Hope 2013 is a good year for you.Wish you courage,peace and joy

Melissa Laborsky
4 years ago

Sending all my love

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The Center for Mind-Body Medicine


Campaign Ended


Thank you for your support!

Raised $8,050 out of $25,000

Frequently Asked Questions


Is my donation tax deductible?


Yes, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is a 501 (c) (3) organization.


Can I mail in a check?


Yes you can!

Please make the check out to The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and mail it to:

5225 Connecticut Ave, NW,  Suite 415, Washington, DC 20015


What is a budget for 100 Workshops?

Item / Activity Cost
Workshop Locations $18,000
Transportation $2,000
Materials $2,500
Professional Supervision $2,500
300 Facilitation Hours Donated $0
Total: $25,000