Introduction to Multicultural Leadership – January 12 – 14

This welcoming, co-ed event provides an orientation to an action/planning model developed over a 30 year period by VISIONS, Inc., Boston, Mass. (

    The training will teach you how to:

  • Understand the complexity and diversity of a community
  • Recognize historically critical cultural group relationships
  • Use cultural group analysis to frame productive debate
  • Establish group guidelines for effective multicultural dialogue
  • Recognize the interplay of multiple forms of modern oppression
  • Understand the influence of history on the moment
  • Explore personal beliefs and attitudes about other cultures
  • Share cultural identities and histories
  • Learn interpersonal behaviors that work across group
  • Conduct effective action-planning in diverse groups

For more information or to register:

Non-members of ANY gender can register here:

Initiated members register here:


Initiated members can read more about the program on MKP connect here:

**Payment plans are available for initiated members.**

Fall 2017 Membership Drive

by Spriggan Radfae on December 3, 2017

A Message About Membership from Our Area Steward, Tim Illig:

Every year, ManKind Project asks everyone to become a Member of ManKind Project. I have been a member of MKP since I was initiated 7 years ago because I deeply embrace the Mission of MKP USA: “MKP USA creates a world where men act on their individual and shared responsibility for the future of humanity by initiating and supporting men on a path of emotional maturity, spiritual awareness and deepening community.” I passionately support this wonderful organization with my time, talent and treasure (money) because I want initiated and uninitiated men to experience the wonderful gifts that I have received. I want this world to be a safer place through the connection with men, and it is up to me to do my part.

What does it mean to be a Member?

  1. I support MKP’s mission, vision and values.
  2. I support MKP through my time and talent.
  3. I support MKP with my Money.

Where does my money go?

  1. 50% goes to MKP USA
    • 3 paid staff: Finance (Deb Mauger), Web Admin (Scott Krabler), Area Support (Dan Baldwin)
    • Web MKP and MKP Connect Web sites
    • Advertising/Outreach
    • Organization support
    • Leadership development
  2. 50% goes to Mid-Atlantic Area
    • Marketing
      • MAA Swag (Water bottle/tshirts)
      • Inclusivity Events
      • Flyers
      • Meet-Up
    • Zoom meeting
    • Send men to:
      • Annual Gathering of Area Stewards
      • Annual Gathering of Men’s Circles Coordinators
      • Annual Gathering of LKS
      • Annual Gathering of Ritual Elders
    • Spirit Weekend
    • Council Retreat
  3. All other events are revenue neutral: NWTA, OCL 103, IGFT, Couples Weekend, PIT

Average membership contribution: $140/year
Current Ask: $150-180 year

What do I get from being a Member?

  • NEW! Free online suicide prevention/response training called QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) ($29.95 value). QPR is the most widely taught suicide prevention and response training in the world. Check out (Limited time offer April 1st – May 15th).
  • A PDF copy of MKP Founder Bill Kauth’s foundational book “A Circle of Men: The Original Manual for Men’s Support Groups.” The book has been completely reformatted in a 30th Anniversary Edition with 33 new pages including the history of the ManKind Project. This is a must have for anyone passionate about men’s work and wanting to know more about the Mankind Project.
  • An MKP window decal for your car.
  • A set of New Warrior Training Adventure (NWTA) invitation cards.
  • Discounts on Online Training Programs such as the Man on Purpose Course, RISC Relationship Course, Epic Leadership, OCL 103.
  • The monthly MKP USA “Check In!” newsletter.
  • The knowledge that you are supporting a movement to create a new way of being for men.

The ManKind Project USA is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, which means your contribution could be tax deductible.

There is so much more we could do if we had more money. This year, I am increasing my financial contribution to well beyond the current ask because I believe we will do awesome things in the Mid-Atlantic Area if those things are properly funded. One of the things that is important to me is offering scholarships for men who want to attend the New Warrior Training Adventure and the Multi-Cultural Leadership training.

I invite you to go within and ask yourself how much MKP means to you in terms of time, talent and treasure, then make a commitment and a stretch to support this wonderful organization with as much as you are able.


Tim Illig
Majestic Lion
Mid-Atlantic Area Steward

25th Anniversary Celebration

November 27, 2017

The Mid-Atlantic area will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a big event at Pucinella’s Restaurant ( on March 10, 2018. Plans are forming now, but please contact Tom Caruso (Community Coordinator No VA) if you have energy or interest to help out with the event. Mark your calendars now if you want to be there. The event is […]

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The ManKind Project is a global nonprofit [501 (c)(3)] charitable organization that conducts challenging and highly rewarding programs for men at every stage of life. The ManKind Project supports a global network of peer-facilitated men's groups where men mentor men through the passages of their lives. The ManKind Project empowers men to missions of service, supporting men to make a difference in the lives of men, women, and children around the world. We help men through any transition, men at all levels of success, men facing almost any challenge. Our flagship training, described by many as the most powerful men's training available, is the New Warrior Training Adventure. The ManKind Project (MKP) is not affiliated with any religious practice or political party. We strive to be increasingly inclusive and culturally aware.