Ubuntu USA launches One Small Town Will Change the World Campaign

The “One Small Town” campaign will focus on partnering with communities, groups, councils and individuals who have the desire to actively participate in building an economy that will allow local communities to share, create and thrive.

In 2013, Michael Tellinger released his book, “UBUNTU Contributionism: A Blueprint For Human Prosperity.” Tellinger provides a clear and articulate summary of the global systems of control plaguing humanity. He also provides a step-by-step guideline for creating communities of abundance rooted in the UBUNTU philosophy.

We are seeking your support to help us spread the word of Ubuntu/Contributionism and our Indiegogo “One Small Town Will Change the World” campaign. Our goal, through this fundraiser, is to turn our Manifesto onesmalltown.org into a blueprint that allows towns to embrace the concepts of Ubuntu. Our mission is to have the first Ubuntu town started by Fall 2017.

We launched our Indiegogo campaign on January 11, 2017. It is our vision that our collective efforts will be able to foster a worldwide community. We hope that “One Small Town” is synergistic with your own mission in building the world we all dream of!

 

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