Share your love of anthroposophy

The ASA offers a growing number of learning opportunities in service to our members and our mission. By engaging and supporting all who wish to explore anthroposophy, you bring strength and vibrancy to the Anthroposophical Society of the future.

The Youth & Inclusion Access Fund provides financial aid for those who need it, supporting anthroposophical learning and increased participation in ASA programs. Our goal is $25,000 -- can you help?

Please follow this link and make a gift today!


Why an Access Fund?

Genuine interest and meaningful impact! In 2020 we awarded financial aid to over 70 individuals looking to connect with others and deepen their experience with Rudolf Steiner's work. Your gift connects our community across the generations and serves to bring the healing potential of anthroposophy more deeply into the world.


But don't take our word for it! Here's a reflection from Felipe, a financial aid recipient from our year-long Applied Anthroposophy course:

I appreciate the opportunity to dive into this program with many people from around the world. Anthroposophy has made a profound impact on my life in the short time I’ve been practicing. I have ancestral roots in Brazil and Venezuela and am an artist and teacher. I aspire to embrace anthroposophy as one of the foundational currents that inform my art and life’s work. Anthroposophy shows me the magic that is in the world and helps me understand my relationship with everyone around me at a deeper level. 

Want to learn more about ASA's upcoming events?

* Click here to learn about New Images of the Zodiac in the Cycle of the Year with Mary Stewart Adams. This online monthly, year-long program begins May 17th

* And follow this link for info about Supporting the Elementals with Bastiaan Baan, Lisa Romero, and Janey Newton. A half-day virtual conference on May 22nd

Our Spring Appeal goal is $25,000. Your gift will help young people and others with financial need to access ASA programs to change their lives and change the world.

Share your love of anthroposophy and follow this link to make a gift today. 

Your gifts and active interest make all the difference. Thank you!  

The Anthroposophical Society in America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Gifts are tax-deductible to the maximum allowed by law.

photos by Francesco Gallardo, Babin Shrestha, and Jordan Walker