Mission Statement: Time of Butterflies looks to represent the collective power of making a change worldwide by healing through community.
Vision Statement: To counter the experience of trauma with a sensitive and competent multidisciplinary response; to support efforts in restoring the quality of life of those affected by trauma.
Time of Butterflies brings awareness to BIPOC communities primarily in Boston, MA and communities in Bonao, Dominican Republic in regard to trauma and mental health. We curate workshops that focus on educating, and providing resources focused on one of our four pillars self-esteem, self-regulation, skills, and safety. Time of Butterflies is a start up non profit, and we created this page to continue to raise funds for our organization.
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Founders, Giselle Bonilla and Kat Bonilla both identify as Afro-Latina women from the Dominican Republic and a part of the LGBTQ+ community. They aspire to make a positive changes in many communities; their longterm goal is to expand to many other states and countries.
We believe in,
Empathy, understanding different perspectives and approaches in our interactions and responses to one another.
Collaboration is powerful, and effective. It's impactful to work with others, and it adds more value.
Integrity, we make sure that there is fairness, honesty, and transparency in our workshops.
Empowerment, we are supportive of others in helping them achieve their full potential, while enabling personal healing.
Respect, we acknowledge everyone's worth and value.
Time Of Butterflies is currently a 501 (c)(3) EIN: 83-373-1858 in the state of Massachusetts. Time Of Butterflies will appreciate your donations and support to continue to do this work.
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