Resilience High Point has created a “Compassion Charter” to motivate individuals, businesses, organizations, and cultural institutions to act in ways that begin a healing process towards neighborliness and compassionate behaviors.
Resilience High Point desires a ‘Compassionate Community’ whose members, in all their forms, are motivated to act when they are confronted with the reality that there are people in their midst who are, and have been, suffering. The Charter is the first step in a movement to create a City where compassion lives and thrives, where people look out for each other, where people collaborate on addressing community problems and issues, and where people celebrate what we have created and what we are going to create together.
learn more about the compassion charter
Become inspired! We are hosting a screening of “The Antidote” documentary about regular people who make an intentional choice to uplift others, despite how our society is, in many ways, unkind, on Tuesday, June 7th, at the High Point Public Library (901 N. Main Street). No registration is required.
We also have a license to show “The Antidote” so email us to schedule a screening!
Let’s talk about compassion! Join us at our next conversation café on Thursday, June 9th, at noon at the YWCA of High Point.
Hear Dr. Patrick Harman talk about the Compassion Project at a recent ‘Connect at Congdon’ event. You can watch it on Youtube here.
Community Leader panel discussion
want a guest speaker to speak to your group about the charter?