Ken Wilber turned 73 years old yesterday. Join us in honoring him by showing your gratitude. For giving to Ken, The Ken Wilber Gratitude Fund (KWGF) was created and has been maintained.
A while ago, our IEC co-founder and co-director Bence Ganti and our friend John Dupuy, founder of Integral Recovery synchronistically felt the impulse to create a flow of energy that would circle back all that we have received from Ken’s work—to him.
Ken Wilber is a cultural treasure whose writings and insights are transforming the lives of countless people worldwide. For decades, he has provided us with an inspiring role model in the way he embodies his teachings. His work sheds wisdom, hope and illumination on practically every field of human endeavor.
We are humbled and grateful to present you The Ken Wilber Gratitude Fund!
It is a nonprofit organization founded to support Ken’s personal well-being. Special thanks to the KWGF team: Bence Ganti, John Dupuy, Dennis Wittrock, Robert Weathers, Heidi Mitchell (active members), Jeff Salzman and Betsy E. Lehrfeld (supportive members).
The purpose of the Fund is to express our individual and collective thanks to Ken Wilber for all he has given us, to help support his ongoing creative work and to promote wider public awareness of Integral Theory.
With your help, we can support Ken’s well-being and health and send him a concrete expression of our love, gratitude, and care, allowing him to continue his impactful work, inspired and at peace.
If this resonates with and moves you, The Ken Wilber Gratitude Fund is a way for you to both symbolically and substantially give back to Ken and create public recognition of his important work.
Please feel free to give any amount, recurring or one-time—all contributions are welcome and deeply appreciated.
You can also contribute by forwarding this message to your friends and by sharing the KWGF link on social media.