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psychedelic nonprofits

Here is a list of amazing non-profits that are helping further psychedelic research and therapy as well as education of fungi and sustainable wages for mushroom farmers. A percentage of proceeds of everything you purchase on this site will be donated to these nonprofits below. If you'd like to donate further, click on the links. If you have a fungi non profit that you absolutely love but do not see it listed here, email us at admin@thefungistore to get it considered. safe travels.

Our mission is to eliminate the financial barriers to psychedelic therapy by providing supplemental funds to those in need. We raise money to make psychedelic therapy affordable for people priced out of current models.


Applicants accepted into our program work with us to find a price point they can afford and are placed with a local, carefully vetted, psychedelic therapy clinic while TYL funds the difference.

The benefits of psychedelic therapies are widely discussed and have become part of the current zeitgeist. Recent studies illustrate that psychedelic therapies are proven highly effective in healing complex and single event traumas.

The Rhize Program supports the critical expansion of our regenerative agriculture operations at The Mushroom Farm - donating organic produce to those in need, while serving as a hub for research, demonstration, and education on regenerative science practices and ecosystem restoration.

Through powerful partnership with local nonprofits, we are fostering lasting community resilience and support - offering cascading benefits for years to come.

Just as a rhizome accumulates nutrients, water, and energy to feed and multiply its aerial plant parts, Rhize is a confluence for the cultivation of community resilience - offering shared access to food and information, increasing our capacity to collaborate and thrive in an unpredictable world.

The North American Mycological Association (NAMA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of professional and amateur mycologists with over 90 affiliated mycological societies in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

  • NAMA is committed and dedicated to the promotion of scientific and educational activities related to fungi.

  • NAMA supports the protection of natural areas and their biological integrity.

  • NAMA advocates the sustainable use of mushrooms as a resource and endorses responsible mushroom collecting that does not harm the fungi or their habitats.

We advance our mission through grants and social investing. To accelerate safe, legal, and beneficial use of psychedelics, we provide funding to maximize the impact of programs that progress psychedelic treatments and community support.

Psychedelic research, treatments, and community-supported recovery are the next frontier for mental health. The world needs access to evidenced-based education and best practices to maximize safety and promote a culture around responsible use of psychedelics. We are furthering the work of others to help communities embrace the re-emergence of these natural healing remedies.

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