Nonprofit Online Meditation Courses

(the fine print)

Mindworks’ goal is simple, really: we want to help you discover the transformative power of meditation so you can live your best life. As a nonprofit meditation organization, our focus is you, period. And as one of the best nonprofits promoting meditation you’ll come across (we hesitate to say “the best,” even if we believe it), we rely exclusively on donations to offer our courses for free or for a nominal fee. Grateful users help us produce the content that supports and enhances mindfulness and awareness meditation practices. No ads, no hype.

In fact, when you browse our website, you’ll notice that we offer a lot of free stuff to the public. A two-week introductory meditation course that gets rave reviews, nearly two hundred top-notch blog articles, a free e-book, and the list goes on. We like to think of Mindworks as the Great Nonprofit Gateway to All Things Meditation.

It gives us joy to know that everyone who’s interested has access to genuine and effective meditation techniques. That’s why all of our Mind Trainers have generously donated their time to teach for Mindworks. And we couldn’t and wouldn’t do it without you. We’re truly grateful for your confidence and support.

Donate

Any amount, large or small, is greatly appreciated. All donations are tax deductible in the US as we’re a 501c3 non-profit.

Membership

Become a Mindworks Member, get access to everything, and support our work!

Support the work of our Mind Trainers who donate their time

What our happy customers say:

"Before Mindworks, I was a meditation slacker. Now my practice has improved exponentially. It calls me to the cushion every morning."
Ralph
Consultant
"My morning ‘hits’ of 10 minutes of meditation practice, along with the short talks, have made it easier for me to manage during this crazy time! I’m hooked!"
Joyful joy in meditation
Joy
Program Assistant

How are nonprofit meditation courses different?

A nonprofit organization is a charitable entity whose goal is to enhance public well-being rather than to turn a profit. According to the National Council of Nonprofits, these organizations “provide a way for people to work together for the common good, transforming shared beliefs and hopes into action.” While there are many kinds of nonprofits, one thing they have in common is that any surplus earnings go back into the organization rather than into owners’ or shareholders’ pockets.

We find nonprofits supporting meditation in a variety of sectors. Some focus on meditation for youth and/or meditation for educators. In addition to education, nonprofits promote mindfulness outreach in prisons, trauma response, and other challenging milieus. Certain foundations that support mindfulness focus on providing health care professionals with meditation tools to help them cope with the pressures of the field, especially during the pandemic. Mindfulness nonprofits may be different in scope and in vocation, but they all endorse the ability of meditation to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those they serve.