White Cloud’s Read a Book – Change the World Program
At White Cloud Press, we publish books that make a difference—books that explore life’s big questions and advocate for justice, peace, and environmental protection and sustainability. We believe it is a right and a privilege to give back to our community. Our authors feel the same way. Together we are giving $1 for every book sold to great nonprofit organizations.
To celebrate the launch Mary Reynolds Thompson’s new work RECLAIMING THE WILD SOUL: HOW EARTH’S LANDSCAPES RESTORE US TO WHOLENESS, White Cloud is donating $1 for every book sold to Tree Sisters, a growing global network of women supporting the emergence of embodied feminine leadership and crowd funding tropical reforestation. With each purchase you make at WhiteCloudPress.com, you’ll be supporting organizations that make a difference across the nation and the world.
Donating is simple. When you make a purchase from our website, just enter the coupon code TREESISTERS upon check out and your done. This is good for all books you purchase from White Cloud and not just for RECLAIMING THE WILD SOUL.
Read A Book – Change the World!
About Tree Sisters
TreeSisters are women who recognize the radical importance of starting to give back to nature to balance our taking, and who give back through trees. Together, we work towards the creation of a world that values both women and nature as a new norm.
Tree Sisters two primary areas of work are:
1. Inner (women) supporting women to strengthen their connection with themselves, each other and the natural world – catalyzing their co-creativity and leadership to help enrich, develop and spread TreeSisters (we are developing eco-femme empowerment materials, events, films, talks and programs that reach women through the doorway of their own femininity and draw them towards ecology)
2. Outer (trees) to co-create a meta-reforestation strategy with existing tree organizations to lay out a plan for how to help reforest the tropics within 10 years through women led crowd-funding, and to support local action and behavior change
To learn more about the work of Tree Sisters, visit their web site: