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The Week

The Week is a new playbook for mass mobilization to face the climate breakdown


The Week is all of us

Our contributors 775

Thank you for supporting The Week.

Frederic Laloux


$20,000 USD

Leila Hoballah


$5 USD

Stephanie Cleris


$3 USD



The Week asbl

$2,003,458 USD

Cisco Foundation

$300,000 USD


$50,000 USD

$36,366 USD


$30,000 USD


$24,875 USD

Daniel Sheff

$10,000 USD


Transparent and open finances.

Debit from The Week to Boundless

Invoice #207967

Fund Disbursement (1)

Divested (fund disbursement)
from Hack Club to The Week
-$10,000.00 USD
Invoice #211041

Leila's goodbye gift

Materials & Supplies
from Helene Gerin to The Week
-$70.25 USD
Reimbursement #210853
Today’s balance

$1,612.22 USD

Total raised

$2,461,877.40 USD

Total disbursed

$2,460,265.18 USD

Estimated annual budget

$354,913.53 USD


Let’s get the ball rolling!

News from The Week

Updates on our activities and progress.

2023 Update

1. What did you accomplish during 2023? How did you use money? After 3 years of hard preparation work, we were thrilled to have successfully launched The Week in January 2023 in the US and in Europe! Don’t hesitate to have...
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Published on December 18, 2023 by Stephanie Cleris


We urgently need a new playbook for massive mobilization to address the climate crisis and ecological breakdown. The existing playbook “give people the facts, and they will wake up an act” isn’t up to the task. 

We’ve tested a new approach, deeply grounded in social science research, to reach that vast majority of us who are concerned about climate change, but not active yet. We call it The Week

The Week takes groups of people, within their existing social circles (groups of friends, colleagues, fellow worshippers) through a carefully guided journey that helps them reckon deeply with the reality of climate breakdown. Thousands of people have gone through the experience already and they are deeply moved and changed, take up joyful action and invite more friends and colleagues to join... 

We’ve tested the approach with leaders of large climate movements, as well as large corporations, CEO networks and faith movements. Their enthusiasm bodes well for the potential of creating an unprecedented coalition to help millions of people join the climate mobilization. 

Here is a 2-minute video teaser. To join the experience, go to The Week's website

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