The Virtues Project™ is a grassroots, global movement that exists on the voluntary efforts and support of individuals and organizations and is primarily spread by word of mouth. This reality makes it essentially a local/regional initiative in spite of its global nature. The following guidelines are offered as a result:Sections of The Virtues Project™ Guidelines document:
1. Guidelines for the Development of The Virtues Project™ Worldwide
2. Guidelines for Using the Body of Work of The Virtues Project™
3. Guidelines for Responding to Referrals from Virtues Project International
4. Guidelines for Designing and Delivering Virtues Related Programs
5. Guidelines for Presenting a Pace of Grace
6. Guidelines for Integrated Community Development using The Virtues Project™
7. The Master Facilitator
8. Guidelines for Master Facilitators Presenting the Facilitator Intensive
9. Guidelines for Becoming a Master Facilitator
10. Guidelines for Master Facilitators Nominating New Master Facilitators
View/Download The Virtues Project™ Guidelines document (MS-Word file, Dec. 10, 2010)
"Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them." The Gospel According to St. Matthew 7:20
"The Virtues Project is a model global program for families of all cultures."
United Nations Secretariat, International Year of the Family
"The Virtues Project is a bridge between cultures."
Robert Greenway, Tahltan elder
We always knew that the main purpose of life on this earth was to develop virtues --- to be 'good' people and 'know' ourselves, but it was The Virtues Project that gave us the knowledge and the tools to begin that journey. Our gratitude for the ongoing growth and development of this great Project is boundless. And, in the process of our personal discovery, we have been privileged to guide others along this essential and meaningful path. What better thing is there than this?
Master Facilitators, Sheldon Ramer, counsellor and psychotherapist, New Zealand
Ellen Montague, administrator of Canterbury Virtues Trust, New Zealand
"TheVirtues Project is one of the best things to happen to the Boys & Girls Club. It helps us respectfully address the spirit of our kids and gives new hope to us all."
S. Lake, Board Member, B&G Clubs Twin Cities, Minnesota