Lightshare provides services that help humanity live a balanced life. We provide monthly Project of Light clinics free of charge, and learning programs that help humanity recognize what balance is and how to maintain it.
We provide free Community Outreach programs for all ages with unique youth programs that help them to thrive in their communities and foster self-responsibility for their own balance.
Our sustainability programs help participants understand how to use fundamental concepts of energetics and physics to support quality of life.
Our agricultural programs guide people through the use of natural and practical methods of growing food crops for their families and community while introducing alternative tactics that foster balance and light expansion within the gardens, orchards and other growing programs.
We also engage in research related to symbiotic alternative methods of growing, building and nurturing our natural environment.
We provide our service to all stations of humanity regardless of age, race, gender, politics, religion or economic standing.
Lightshare provides balanced programs in naturally sustainable agriculture to all ages on a seasonal basis. The center also provides monthly, free clinics and Community Outreach programs.
Lightshare will secure funding for travel and lodging expenses for our healing team and/or administrators when traveling to outlying communities to serve.
What do we do with your donations?
Lightshare administrators direct all incoming funds to our free service; such as our monthly Project of Light clinics held at Lightshare Center in Santa Margarita, California and daily meditation and prayer for those who request it.
Our other regular, free services are monthly learning programs such as Pineal Toning, Meditation Group, Wisdom Series and Lightshare Union presentations, Humanity Meditations and Community Yoga. Our Lightshare team travels often each year to Host Communities throughout the USA who invite us to provide our free clinics and presentations in addition to field service for Gaia.
Lightshare founder, Wendy McKenna, donates her service space for the Lightshare Center in an effort to spare the charity of the monthly expenses of maintaining the facility of operation until we can raise the funds to pay for the lease.
The Lightshare Gardens in Santa Margarita birthed in late 2009, the property, labor and expenses associated with them are donated to us by Keith Dillon who is our Logistics Engineer. Our team volunteers work in the gardens and conduct the research associated with our alternative growing methods.
Lightshare has no paid staff and thus all participants volunteer their service.
Your donations help us to perpetuate our service!
2017 Annual Report:
22701 El Camino Real
(please do not send mail to this address)
Santa Margarita, California 93453