The Bosque Village was funded by the founder, Brian Fey, from 2004 until 2014 until he was no longer able to support funding participants. Now, the Bosque is funded by no one, so sources of funding will need to be developed before it can re-open.
- Develop relationships with sponsors. Write the introduction letter in Spanish.
- Define how participants can come by self-funding or raising money for their participation. Crowdfunding
- Setup Patreon to start accepting funding.
- Send letter to friends requesting support. Video? Preparing for Patreon
- The non-profit is Alianza Intercultural Sustentable
- Needed CLUNI number with SAT to get tax deductible donations.
- How to we move funds to the debit card?
- Seek Partner Non-profits in the US and the world.
- Write up what participants experience. Video?
- Since no other funding has yet been developed, participants can fund their own participation. The contributions vary depending on the role and length of stay.
General participants can expect to pay around $1000 USD per month if they wish to be housed in a cabin, and less if they are camping.
- Global Direct Deposit via Payoneer - not possible. doesn't support non-profits.
- Crowdfunding using Patreon, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Gofundme.
Individual Patrons and Donors
- One time or recurring donations via paypal. http://bosquevillage.com/en/contribute/
- Need to write up letter to potential sponsors.
- Need to make a special page for sponsors.
- Need to organize the list of possible sponsors.
- Cumbre Yah : Held during Semana Santa each year, we host dynamic people in a participatory environment. We are considering also holding this event in Mid July and in the fall. These events are not really designed to generate a lot of revenue. We would rather be able to offer discounts to interesting active people than charge them a lot for participation.
- July event. Use the name Julio Cumbre Yah?
- Composting toilets
- Medicinal plants.
- We should be attempting to sell products on Etsy and Ebay.
- Brian Fey's art
- Wooden sculptures.
- Chicken eggs
- Rabbit meat.
- Prison shoes.
Though we are against consumerism and are very careful about what products we buy, there are some products which are very well built, and make like sustainably better.
So we make lists of those products in this wiki to promote the best brands and solutions.
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