"Have I done something useful to my fellows? Then I have already profited. May you keep this thought ever at hand and never cease from such action."
Did you know that helping others is at the heart of Stoicism? The Stoic Fellowship and many of our Stoas around the world routinely provide service and care to others.
Here are some Stoic Fellowship service activities that everyone can get involved in:
Participate in the 1000 Stoics challenge
- As part of The Stoic Fellowship’s Month of Service and Care in April, we challenge YOU to help us perform 1000 good deeds. If you’re a member of a local Stoa, you can collaborate on a service project with other members of your group. Or volunteer your time as an individual in your local community or online. Whatever you decide to do, please let us know about it! Share the care with others on social media (#1000Stoics and #StoicsCare) and via our Google form so we can celebrate when we reach 1000 Stoics.
Attend the Stoics Care conference on April 23
- Join Stoicare, Modern Stoicism, and The Stoic Fellowship for the first ever Stoics Care online conference. Learn about the theoretical basis for social and environmental care in Stoicism. Hear practical advice and Stoic practices to improve your life and your community. Be inspired to care, volunteer, and engage as a social Stoic. Tickets are free, so bring as many friends as you like and share Stoicism with them. Learn more and register today.
Sign up to volunteer with us
- Whether you are a member of a Stoa or not, we welcome applications to volunteer with The Stoic Fellowship.
Join or start your local Stoa
If you’d like to learn more about how Stoics care for others, here are some resources to get you started:
- Stoics in Action
- Being Better: Stoicism for a World Worth Living In by Kai Whiting and Leonidas Konstantakos