"Please HELP Us Build A
Sustainable Future Together"
Starseed Society works to inform and engage young generations and all ages around the world to adopt a sustainable lifestyle, become a world citizen and connect with the energy flows of the planet and universe through creative, experiential learning; networking; collaborating; and awakening to purposeful action.
Starseed Society is a collaboration of some of the world’s most progressive thinkers, visionaries, and creative minds of our time, with a shared vision of world sustainability. Starseed Society is leading a variety of different projects worldwide to help in the areas of food security, sustainable communities, water conservation and purification, and free energy projects. Starseed Society is a non-profit public charity with a board of directors, members and Starseed Ambassadors. The Ambassadors are Starseed Society conference speakers.
Starseed Society Ambassadors are voices who bring their experience, skills, interests, and ideas to the world. These Ambassadors ideas are considered for possible adoption as a Starseed Society program or project by the Board of Directors. Upon Board approval, Starseed Society will develop a collaborative pathway through which the Ambassador and Starseed Society can jointly bring the project or program to fruition. The Starseed Society Ambassadors are behind the information, technology and experience for the "Starseed Conferences" that will be presented to heads of state and other organizations around the world.
STARSEED SOCIETY CONFERENCES
Starseed Society is a worldwide network of organizations, individuals and businesses who share a common mission and goals. One of the main programs of Starseed Society is planning and facilitating three annual conferences across the globe where likeminded people can gather to share project information, hands-on experiential undertakings, and conversations about future possibilities and new ventures.
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IRS Determination letter
FORM 1023 APPLICATION FOR RECOGNITION OF EXEMPTION UNDER SECTION 501(c)(3) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
2015 Projected Budget
Board Meetings Held
December 10th, 2013
April 1, 2015
Next Board Meeting
August 1, 2015
December 1, 2015
Grant Writer, Steven Schafer
1610 Pace Street, Unit 900 #116
Longmont, CO 80504
Tax ID Number
800 East Fairview Rd #133
Asheville, NC 28803
Phone: (001) 828-333-4600
Secretary of State, North Carolina
link for SOS filing in NC: www.secretary.state.nc.us/corporations
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Founder Jonah Bolt
Jonah Bolt Yolman
800 East Fairview Rd #133
Asheville, NC 28803
US Cell: 828-407-3056
PROPOSED PROJECT #1
ECO VILLAGE FOR THE HOMELESS & DISPLACED - MEETING WITH MAYOR OF ASHEVILLE, NC - 2011
In 2011, Jonah Bolt founder of Starseed Society, came up with a community driven plan to build a fully self sustainable eco village for Asheville’s displaced & homeless population. Under the leadership & guidance of a local group, Transition Asheville, Bolt saw how a project like this can be done. The Transition worldwide movment is joining cities and towns from around the world to face the enormous challenges of economic instability, climate change and fossil fuel dependency. There are hundreds of Transition Initiatives worldwide and Transition Asheville is the 88th such community in the US. He met with Mayor Bellamy to go over the Eco Project initiative and get the city's support. Mayor Terry Bellamy was elected to the Asheville city council where she served for six years, leaving that post after winning election as Mayor of Asheville. After gaining direction and support from Mayor Bellamy Bolt then meet with City Hall, Congressman Heath Schuler’s Office, Asheville HUD, City Council Members and many other local organizations and company’s in support of this project. All are ready to help and eager for this project to happen!
PROPOSED PROJECT #2
ECO VILLAGE FOR MILITARY VETERANS: AMERICAN COMMITTEES ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. ACFR 18TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE - "COMPETING PRIORITIES IN U.S. FOREIGN POLICY - MEETING CHIEF OF INFORMATION FOR THE US NAVY, WASHINGTON, DC – 2013
The ACFR is not affiliated with any other entity, but has productive relations with the broadest range of government officials (both U.S. and foreign) and foreign affairs related think-tanks and associations in Washington and beyond. ACFR’s national office is located at historic DACOR Bacon House, just west of the White House in Washington, D.C. While attending the ACFR 3 day conference, founder Jonah Bolt spoke with Admiral John Kirby about building eco villages for Army & Navy veterans to bring back community and family to the soldiers. Currently serving as the U.S. Navy’s chief of information, Kirby is the principal spokesman for the Department of the Navy and provides strategic communication counsel to the secretary of the Navy and the chief of naval operations.
PROPOSED PROJECT #3
ECO VILLAGE FOR EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE - MEETING WITH CHEROKEE CHIEF & MAYAN KING - 2013
In late 2012 Founder Jonah Bolt was asked to attend a meeting with the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation on their reservation located in the mountains of Western North Carolina to discuss a 100 unit housing eco village project lead by the Cherokee Seed Corn Board. After a few visits to Cherokee He was then invited to a meeting at the current chiefs office, Michael Hicks to be joined also by Ac Tah, a 3,000 year linage Mayan king to meet for the first time and discus tribal backgrounds, with new ways to work and communicate with various tribes around the world. Cherokee Principal Chief Michell Hicks has led the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians since 2003. Hicks serves on the boards of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Cherokee Preservation Foundation, the National Congress of the American Indian, the National Indian Gaming Association and other organizations. He also sits on a joint tribal, state and local government committee focused on homeland security.
PROPOSED PROJECT #4
FULL EDUCATIONAL TRAINING AND NEW TECHNOLOGY ECO VILLAGE - COSTA RICA - 2013 / 2015
This international eco village project is unlike any other previous village built before. An entire off grid fully sustainable village sitting on more than 100 acres with a variety of areas dedicated to food, water, education, energy, transportation, and all other aspects of living in a large eco village community. This village will consist of several new educational systems with full training facility utilizing sustainable geo-dome style "open forum" educational classrooms. Our Land Management themed learning and awareness complex will also include systems for energy use and analysis, and fully incorporate our "Complete Cycle" waste to fertilizer farm management natural growth system.
STARSEED SOCIETY ATTENDING 2ND ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL PEACE SUMMIT - UN HEADQUARTERS NYC - 2013
High Level Forum on the Culture of Peace Friday, 6 September 2013, in the Trusteeship Council Chamber, UN Headquarters, New York City. It is convened by H.E. Mr. Vuk Jeremić President of the 67th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. This daylong event is an opportunity for UN member states, UN system entities, and civil society, all of whom are interested in the ways and means to promote the Culture of Peace. In Summer of 2013, Jonah Bolt was invited by Rick Ulfik of We The World, to come to this event, network and take part in this historic day. Rick Ulfik is the Founder and Director of We, The World, a non-profit organization that develops global networks of collaboration and organizes large public gatherings to build mass involvement in the work of creating a peaceful, caring, sustainable world. Advisors and supporters include Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr. Jane Goodall, Daniel Ellsberg, Dr. Riane Eisler, Robert Thurman, William Schulz (Amnesty International USA Executive Director 1994-2006), Celeste Holm, Patch Adams, Hazel Henderson, and about 70 others.
STARSEED SOCIETY 1ST INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT PROJECT IN AFRICA - WAKISO, UGANDA - 2015
Starseed Society is working with our newest Starseed Society Ambassador Henry KIbalama, Founding Director of Youth Empowered Action For Freedom & Rural Development (YEAFRD). Starseed Society is helping to launch THIRST magazine to help raise awareness of FREE energy, FREE water, FREE food, FREE education and Humanitarian projects with YEAFRD. A youth led organisation aiming at rebuilding the uprooted hopes of the vulnerable groups of people living in the rural communities. Using his criminal justice skills he has managed to develop an idea with other members, to create awareness of the importance of the UN International Day Of Peace in the lives of the rural people by starting a Magazine entitled THIRST.