Strong Leaders.
Stronger Communities.
Healthy Planet.

 

Strong Leaders.
Stronger Communities.
Healthy Planet.

 

Strong Leaders.
Stronger Communities.
Healthy Planet.

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Alnoba is the leader in supporting strong activist leaders worldwide to advance the Lewis Family’s life work to promote social and climate justice. Since 1981, Alnoba has supported more than 100 strategic partners worldwide and donated $200M in more than 70 countries.

Our 4 Pillars are Leadership, Conservation, Wellness, and Art

Alnoba is a collaboration of nonprofit organizations that share a commitment to help change people’s lives and save the earth we share.  Alnoba entities include: Lewis Family Foundation, Grand Circle Foundation, Pinnacle Leadership and Team Development; The Farm at Eastman’s Corner and the Alnoba Peace Foundation.

Strong Leaders. Stronger Communities.

Since 1993, we have trained leaders from more than 70 countries and developed over 100 teams from start-ups to global organizations. The results: Improved performance and stronger leadership. We can help your organization.

OUR WORK WORLDWIDE – Social and Climate Justice

The fights for social and climate justice are big and we need the help of trusted friends and allies. Since 1981 Alnoba has donated more than $200 million in 70 countries around the world. Over the years, we have forged strong strategic partnerships with courageous activist leaders. They inspire us to make change happen, and we are very proud to work alongside and fund these leaders.

UNIQUE DESTINATION: Where inspiration meets action

Alnoba is a special place to reflect, connect and create change. It is not just a building or campus, but a vibrant landscape of 400 acres that includes lush wilderness, 10 miles of trails, bold artwork, inspired architecture and revolutionary conservation. It is a unique self-sustaining environment that supports going deep to find inspiration and transformation for individuals and organizations.

OUR STORY

It’s hard to pick a point and say, ‘Yes, this is when it all started,” in part because we feel we carry on traditions from our ancestors; we build upon them and keep them safe before we pass them along to our children for generations to come. This is our story.