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Invoice #127419 to Regenerate Edinburgh: Edinburgh Regenerative Practitioner Guild

Onboarding Fee

Invoice #127419

Mar 9, 2023

Invoice items
Onboarding Fee
Date: March 9, 2023
£42.00 GBP

Total amount £42.00 GBP

Additional Information

By The Social Change Neston
Expense created

Collective balance
£18.28 GBP

Fiscal Host
The Social Change Nest

Expense policies
The Regenerative Practitioner Guild is in Startup mode.

The only expenses we are currently accepting relate to those of founding/team members who are delivering training and outreach that relates directly to the core mission.  

 I. Purpose: 

The purpose of this community is to support people who work in different sectors and geographic locations, as well as on various levels of institutional power in developing a capacity to mobilise themselves and others to consciously and effectively redesign worldviews, cultures, and institutions for a more just, sustainable, and flourishing world. 

II. Vision: We are building an Edinburgh based Regenerative Practitioner Guild that would: 
                2.1. itself be just, sustainable, and flourishing
                2.2. not exclude anyone based on their ability to pay 
                2.3. build on the solid foundation of knowledge and practices of  
                                2.3.1 the Regenerative paradigm developed by Regenesis (and Carol Sanford)
                                2.3.2 and the practice of Restorative Circles  
                                2.3.3 but also grow and evolve its wisdom through inviting various schools of thought to participate 
                2.4. allow 'Offering Members' to be actively engaged in its designing and offer services such as workshops and                 
                       educational programs to their fellow members and have a guaranteed financial return for their         
                       offerings that enables them to be offered in a long term sustainable fashion.

Our core aim is to build a community of regenerative practitioners in Edinburgh by paying for the time and material costs associated with grounding two specific lineages of work.

Our mission is to ensure that two lineages of work, that of the Regenerative paradigm (see Regenesis and the Carol Sanford Institute) and Restorative Circles are made available to communities in Edinburgh.

Our aim is to subsidise our 'Offering Members'  so that graduates of guild who develop that capability can have a clear path forward for offering this work professionally.

All expenses must be pre-agreed with Admins.  
When delivering training or services to outside clients receipts and signed off invoices from client groups must be provided.
When delivering in-house to our own members the delivery fee must be pre-agreed by Admins.  


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Collective balance

£18.28 GBP