Cosmic Sister's Advocacy Projects bring women’s voices to the forefront in the field of psychedelics, with a strong focus on earth rights, women’s rights, and the natural right to explore and work with sacred psychoactives in a safe, legal set and setting. We see these things as interconnected and essential.

All of Cosmic Sister’s advocacy initiatives are funded by founder Zoe Helene and by individuals and entities. We deeply appreciate these donations as we rely on community support to do this work. Thank you.

PayPal Donations are a quick, easy way to support Cosmic Sister, and every cent goes directly towards our Advocacy Projects.

If you have any questions, or want to send a note to Cosmic Sister regarding which Advocacy Project/s you would prefer your donation to go towards, please send an email to Zoe (at) CosmicSister (dot) com with “DONATION QUESTION” in the subject line.

From 2015 to 2022, Cosmic Sister operated a charitable project fiscally sponsored by Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), (Federal Tax ID: 57-2751953), a Section 501(c)(3) public charity. In accordance with federal tax requirements, MAPS exercised discretion and control over all project funds.
MAPS never contributed funds to Cosmic Sister. Rather, from 2016 to 2022, donations to our Advocacy Projects could be made through a special fiscal sponsorship with MAPS and were tax-deductible in the USA as allowed by law. All contributions made through the special fiscal sponsorship form were allocated to Cosmic Sister educational advocacy projects.

We're grateful for Rick Doblin, founder and executive director of MAPS, for supporting our work in this way. “By empowering women to share their healing experiences, Cosmic Sister is helping transform public perception of psychedelics,” Doblin said.

MAPS and Cosmic Sister have evolved over the years and are both experiencing rapid change. We are in communication about whether the fiscal sponsorship will continue.

We currently do not have a tax-deductible donation option in place.

(Update: 01.24.2023)