Giving Back

Sacred Journeys Spiritual Community is committed to giving 10% of our gross income back to the local community and the world. Over the years we have supported many worthwhile causes and outreach programs including the following:

Bethany Apartments – transitional housing for women and children suffering from domestic abuse

Careers, Inc. – enriches the lives of people with disabilities through work, care and community

The Eco-Justice Center – an environmental education center

First Step Homeless Shelter in Kenosha 

George Bray Neighborhood Center

Habitat for Humanity

HALO (Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization) – a shelter and a place to help the homeless achieve self-sufficiency

HOPES Center – offers counseling, case management and healing arts services to Racine’s homeless and mentally ill free of charge

The Hospitality Center – Racine’s largest meal program and hospitality without agenda

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness – Racine) – works to improve the quality of life for all individuals affected by mental illness, through support, education, and advocacy

Peace Learning Circles – to promote peace through a program of education to youth and communities

Progressive Christianity – support and resources for progressive Christians

Racine Country Food Bank – distribution of food and necessities to Racine County individuals and families in need

Racine Healthcare Network – provides free or low-cost health care to residents of Racine County who are medically uninsured, or medically insured with no dental coverage, and have limited income

Racine Human Trafficking Coalition – works to prevent conditions that foster human trafficking in Racine County through education, specialized training and outreach efforts

Racine Interfaith Coalition – promotes social justice through training and empowerment of people of faith.

Racine Literacy Council – provides adult literacy programs and works to bring awareness of the importance of literacy

Racine Urban Garden Network – provides people in Racine with the necessary education and tools to grow their own healthy food

Racine Vocational Ministry – helps participants: become productive, self-sufficient workers trained for appropriate careers; retain jobs through monitoring and follow-up; address negatives in their lives that impede their careers (including drugs and alcohol, homelessness and emotional health problems).

Women’s Resource Center of Racine – domestic abuse shelter for women and children