iBme Commit to Sit

Investing in iBme

4-guys-givingAs Inward Bound Mindfulness Education embarks on our fifth year of providing mindfulness meditation retreat experiences for teens and young adults, we reflect with gratitude on the vital role that our generous donors have played – and continue to play – in ensuring the success of iBme. A solid foundation of philanthropic support empowers the organization:

  • to create and implement innovative programming for our pioneering mindfulness retreats
  • to build the organizational capacity necessary to ensure that iBme can meet the growing demand for mindfulness retreat experiences, and
  • to honor our commitment to inclusion by offering generous scholarship aid – we have never turned away an applicant for lack of funds.

A leadership annual gift to iBme is a highly impactful way to honor this commitment to excellence and to secure the organization’s future. As you consider a philanthropic commitment, you may be interested in referring to information on leadership giving circles listed below.

As we endeavor to bring our work to an ever-wider audience, we are deeply appreciative for annual financial support at all levels.

Leadership Donor Circles
blue-dot $1,000 to $4,999
blue-dot $5,000 to $9,999
blue-dot $10,000 to $24,999
blue-dot $25,000 or more
To make a gift online, securely processed through, please use the form below:
Gifts to Inward Bound Mindfulness Education can also be made via check,
payable to iBme, Inc. and mailed to:

iBme, Inc. | P.O.Box 60014 | Florence, MA 01062

Please contact Director of Advancement Philip Murphy at or by voice/text at 310-963-8399 for information on making gifts by wire transfer, or through a donor advised fund.

Philip would be happy to discuss testamentary gift opportunities that include bequest intentions, as well as gifts that can help support iBme and may also be tax-advantageous for donors such as gifts of stock or mutual funds, or retirement accounts.

Inward Bound Mindfulness Education, Inc. is a tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions.
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