With scholarships, outreach, product donations, and strategic partnership programming,  the Sounds True Foundation puts wisdom-based resources into the hands of those who otherwise would not have access.

Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP)

Need-based scholarships are available for this two-year comprehensive training from renowned teachers Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield to become mindfulness meditation educators.

Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®

Complimentary access to this eight-week stress-reduction program is available for first responders and civil servants to ease the effects of stress and trauma and to help them serve their communities effectively through mindfulness practices.

We Are The Great Turning

A free series of conversations between legendary eco-spiritual teacher Joanna Macy and climate activist Jess Serrante about the beauty and pain of our lives, the events of our world, and the Great Turning that we commit ourselves to be a part of every day.

Additional Programming and Opportunities

The Sounds True Foundation offers a variety of ways to connect with and access contemplative practices and communities through product donations, scholarships, and strategic partnerships.


“As a scholarship recipient, it was fundamental for me. In Argentina, a third-world country, getting access to these programs is prohibitive—we don’t have the means. I started in this COVID context to team my practicum online and offer it for free to the Spanish-speaking population, and 100 people wanted access to it. That gave me the feeling that this kind of offering is really needed in the world and this is what I want to build more of.”
scholarship recipient
“The importance of being a teacher of color is to be able to take your experience as a person and teach of color and apply the teachings to specific experiences. In my life, I have had to deal with experiences where I’ve had to really focus on teaching, and if I did not have the practices as a life raft, I don’t know where I would be.”
scholarship recipient