Bloom Network's Longterm Goals
1. Rapidly scale the implementation of regenerative solutions among people and companies. Bloom’s online network and local chapters provide touchpoints for people to find and share tools and resources related to regenerative culture.
2. Transfer power and resources to a decentralized global network. Bloom intakes money from donors, grants and company sponsors and distributes it to projects that reinforce the regenerative ecosystem we’ve designed. The network matches resources and trainings across diverse groups to reduce competition and directly meet needs.
3. Increase the visibility of global movement solidarity. We bring the following movements into dialogue to spark interdisciplinary collaboration and hack the political silo problem: Transformational Festivals, Psychedelics, Maker Movement, Racial Rights Movements (such as Black Lives Matter, Idle No More, La Via Campesina and Arab Spring), Agroecology, Civic Hacking, Local Economy, Traditional Health Practices, Street Art, Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing.
4. Increase civic engagement. Bloom inspires people to contribute to the places they live in creative and innovative ways. On the ground we host family-friendly participatory events and actions, and online we convene cross-cultural dialogues to mobilize collaborative action.