The Center for the Art of Living in America which is affiliated and shares the name with the Center for the Art of Living in Africa was founded in 1985 by Truus Geraets and incorporated in July 1993 as a Non-Profit 501c3 Organization. It has been engaged in fundraising for many important missions and tasks for African Schools which resulted in getting a South African teacher enrolled in the Rudolf Steiner College in Sacramento, giving several underprivileged students the opportunity to finish Waldorf High School and giving a student from Kenya the opportunity to study Eurythmy in Cape Town, in order to bring this unique art back to East Africa. We also encouraged many American Waldorf Schools to become sister schools with schools in Africa and support them. We regularly disseminate information and generate interest in the work in South Africa. Between 1994 – 2010 we raised more than $450K from American and European sources. One annual donation of $10K to the Inkanyezi Waldorf Center is ongoing. See our projects and get involved. Read more on our history.Get_Involved.htmlGet_Involved.htmlHistory.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1shapeimage_4_link_2
Waldorf for Africa was born out of the Center for the Art of Living. With the understanding that our souls would starve without music, without art and that life would not be worthwhile without the art of living, the name of the Center for the Art of Living was born.
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