In addition to providing financial support, occasionally the Foundation takes on special initiatives that extend and deepen the work of our grantmaking areas and mission.

The Spiritual Ecology program supports stories and ideas that unite spiritual values and environmental change. The program includes the Spiritual Ecology Fellowship, which explores how the principles and values of spiritual ecology can be implemented into projects that create lasting change. The fellowship is designed to offer young people between the ages of 22–30 an experience of deep study, reflection, and practical project development.

Beyond Prison is an immersive collection of documentary stories that offers a multimedia experience of the emerging field of transformative prison programming. The stories explore innovative approaches to rehabilitation and offer a new vision of what prison could be – a place of transformation from the inside out.

The Global Oneness Project offers free multicultural stories and accompanying lesson plans for high school and college classrooms. The award-winning collection of films, photo essays, and articles explores cultural, social, and environmental issues with a humanistic lens.

Go Project Films is the film production arm of the Global Oneness Project. The films have been featured on PBS, National Geographic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and TED, exhibited at The Smithsonian, and screened at festivals worldwide.