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Many Cultures - One Humanity

The Worldview Project's mission is to promote greater cross-cultural awareness, knowledge and understanding.

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Beginnings

The Worldview Project was founded as a 501(c)3 educational nonprofit in 2001. Originally The Worldview Press, the organization was renamed in 2009 to reflect its evolving wider commitment… (currently undergoing maintenance)

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San Diego Participant Observer

The San Diego Participant Observer is our very own web magazine dedicated to discovering and showcasing the wide variety of culturally interesting events, people, places and organizations our city has to offer.

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The Worldview Project™ is a tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 non profit educational public charity. Your donations are needed in order to fund publication development and our educational projects.

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What People Are Saying

The Worldview Project is a great organization for someone that wants to learn new skills and meet people of diverse cultures and backgrounds. The volunteers are passionate, fun loving, foodies with great stories to share. The office is a place to gain new insights and perspectives on various issues affecting the local San Diego community. Whatever your passions and interests may be, let The WVP help to foster your talents.
Sherry S., Former WVP volunteer
Just a note to tell you again how much I look forward to, and enjoy the Participant Observer each week!  It's a most fabulous resource.  And connecting me with the new book club was a great extra bonus!  Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your efforts!  I've passed this newletter on to a heap of friends who have shown interest.
Davida H., Participant Observer Reader
WVP is an exceptional organization...it is a great place to meet people form diverse backgrounds, learn about different cultures, as well as apply and share your skills and experiences. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at WVP and established long-lasting friendships.
Neha V., former WVP volunteer
I love your newsletter, and have forwarded it to many of my friends. I placed a link to it in my last newsletter blast. What a treasure trove of information.
Kitty M., San Diego Participant Observer reader
Big thanks from Kids for Peace for organizing and hosting the Harmony In Action Fair on Saturday. Toni and I had a wonderful time connecting with fellow not-for-profits, learning about their missions and programs, and sharing the activities of Kids for Peace. We came away with a list of contacts and new friends with whom we’re looking forward to exploring partnerships for peace and kindness. .
Katrina C., Kids for Peace
As always, we found the event [Harmony in Action] very stimulating and it was encouraging for us to meet new people eager to work with us in the future.
Bridget M., Women's International Center
I love your newsletter, and have forwarded it to many of my friends. I placed a link to it in my last newsletter blast. What a treasure trove of information.
Kitty M., San Diego Participant Observer reader
Thank you for including Nós de Chita amongst so many beautiful huge projects. We were honored to be there and happily we shared some of our information and music.
Claudia L., Nós de Chita
It was a pleasure seeing you again on Saturday! Your event has always a wonderful vibe, and we are always honored and happy to be part of it! .
Diana A., San Diego Italian Film Festival
Being my first ever volunteering event in San Diego, I am so happy and grateful to have been a part of Worldview's initiative.
Ashwin V., Volunteer
This is the best looking, most useful and informative email format I've ever seen. How do you do it?
Kelci C., San Diego Participant Observer reader
What a great event [Harmony in Action] on Saturday! I learned a lot about organizations similar to CIEE, and began some conversations that may lead to partnering in the future.
John C., CIEE
...thoroughly enjoyed the inclusion of dance along with the live music, and the explanation that went along with it.
Bob F., Harmony and Motion Festival Attendee
This is an amazing place with great work culture, helpful and kind people. I have made lots of friends here. Its great to see that everyone shares his/her stories from native country. Amazing place for networking. I got to learn lots of new things. All your efforts are much appreciated here. I highly recommend this organization.
Shweta D., former WVP volunteer
If you're interested in issues and events related with cross-culture/multi-culture, this is the place you'd love to join...they link your interests with what is available in the organization together to make your volunteer experience enjoyable. And everyone here is super nice, friendly, and always willing to share information with you.
Angie Jin, WVP Board Member
The Worldview Project makes it easy to have access to multicultural information.
Gabi M., former WVP volunteer