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Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light.”

Norman B. Rice


Cornucopia is honored to support these Affiliate Projects:

Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects

Mission: Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects supports Hopi sustainability and self-empowerment and provides cross-cultural learning opportunities for all peoples.

Friends of Old Town Center for the Arts

The Old Town Center for the Arts is the best theater for live music and entertainment in the Verde Valley, Northern Arizona, only a twenty minute drive from Sedona and is Old Town Cottonwood’s premier concert venue with performances and entertainment in music, theater, comedy, and the performing arts.

Inspiration of Sedona

INSPIRATION OF SEDONA is an open meeting group that strives to work together collectively for the betterment of ourselves, our communities, and the world.

PARI (Prescott Area Restorative Initiative)

Trained PARI volunteers partner with schools, courts and communities to advocate for restorative principles and practices through education, training and facilitation.

Sedona Area Homeless Alliance

Mission: To create projects, services and programs that protect, advocate for and empower our local homeless community.


Mission: To encourage acts of kindness, large and small, locally and around the world. Come join us!

Sustainability Alliance

The Sustainability Alliance brings together non-profits in north/central Arizona that are all holding onto a piece of the ‘sustainability elephant’— nature, transportation, energy, food, waste, water, and energy/climate.

TEDx Sedona

To share “ideas worth spreading,” TED’s slogan.

TEWA Holiday Projects

Tewa Holiday Projects – gifting the TEWA tribe elders and children with holiday baskets to raise spirits and help provide winter clothes and other needs.

Verde Valley Ancestral Gardens

In participation with the Verde Valley Archaeology Center (VVAC) and on the VVAC property, cultivate and maintain an indigenous garden showing the various farming methods of the Native peoples who once occupied the Verde Valley.