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CoreLight is a community of people in different parts of the world who are committed to spiritual awakening and fostering inner and outer peace in the world. Our name, CoreLight, refers to the luminous core of enlightenment within each of us. We invite you to join with us to bring the energy of enlightenment, selfless service and compassion to our planet.

Ways to Support CoreLight

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Become an on-going Sponsor by making a recurring donation, please and return the completed and signed sponsorship form by mail or fax.
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Become an on-going Sponsor by making a recurring donation, please and return the completed and signed sponsorship form by mail or fax.
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To make a donation by check (drawn on U.S. banks only), please make checks payable to CoreLight. Please write in the memo area to indicate if you would like to designate your donation to Seeds of Light or if it is a general donation to CoreLight.

Mail to:
CoreLight
223 N. Guadalupe Street #275
Santa Fe, NM 87501

To make a credit card donation by phone,
please contact the office manager at (505) 424-8844 ext. 5.

Please know that your donation is always put to the best use and that we are
immensely grateful for your support. CoreLight is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Donations are tax deductible in the U.S. to the extent allowed by law.


“Giving money is extremely empowering spiritually, not just because it takes courage, but since it opens a very real flow in one’s heart, allowing the universe to return the favor by flowing something, usually but not always money, back to the giver. The giver then grows in the awareness that they are being supported by the cosmos—a great antidote to the fear we may have about giving away the little we perceive we have.“ —Leslie Temple-Thurston