Nonprofit Chronicles

Journalism about foundations, nonprofits and their impact

Pastor James Lindberg was unmoored by his first trip on psilocybin. “I’m a pretty normal middle aged white guy who found myself involved in things that were a bit larger than I intended them to be,” says Lindberg, who leads a Lutheran church in an Omaha suburb. He questioned his place in the church but, …

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It happens every spring. Along with friends and “shulmates” from Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation in Bethesda, MD, I spend a Sunday (or, sometimes, two) volunteering for a project called Sukkot in Spring.  It’s organized by Yachad, a Washington, D.C., based nonprofit that mobilizes skilled and unskilled volunteers, along with money and donated supplies and equipment, to fix …

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