Hollyhock exists to inspire, nourish and support people who are making the world better. Support our work.
On January 1, 2006 with the leadership and vision of our shareholders and board of directors, Hollyhock became a not for profit business. This decision was made to align our business model more closely and accurately with our legal structure. Founded in 1982, Hollyhock seeks your support to keep this a thriving place for skill building, lifelong learning, and respect for the natural world.
“I love the people who come to workshops at Hollyhock - open, curious, positive - the kind of people who make me more optimistic about our society and the world.” —Andrew Weil, MD
“We have taught at centres all over the world, but there is nothing to compare with the beauty, the peace and the warmth of Hollyhock. Every year, we eagerly look forward to our return.” —Robert & Judith Gass
“Nowhere that I present my workshops have I met so many “important strangers”. Hollyhock catalyzes positive and sustaining connections that are a source of renewal long after we leave.” —Gail Larsen