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September 2018 Update

Dear Friend of Orgonomy:

I am pleased to let you know that Phase I of our ACO Laboratory Fundraiser to make improvements in the Elsworth F. Baker Oranur Research Laboratory raised $20,920, just $80 shy of goal. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we purchased ten Zeiss Primo Star microscopes in time for our summer Half Day Laboratory Course on the Reich Blood Test, and we will soon be purchasing a high resolution camera and 40" monitor for our demo microscope. Plans for Phase II will be announced. Learn more about the fundraiser and our lab courses on our ACO Laboratory Fundraiser page.

Sincerely,

Peter A. Crist, M.D., President

2018 Half Day Laboratory Course Photos

 

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Summer 2018 Update

Dear Friend of Orgonomy:

I am pleased to share with you news that all of the trees from Phase I of the ACO Living Campus Project have been purchased thanks to the generosity of our supporters. Four trees were planted in late spring and we have plans to purchase and plant the remaining three larger shade trees next spring. Phase II will be announced in 2019. In the meantime, you can still take part by making a contribution on our ACO Living Campus Project page, where you can also see photos of the new trees.

Sincerely,

Peter A. Crist, M.D., President

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Basic Membership $10 a month for one year. Members receive a soft-bound copy of Wilhelm Reich and Orgonomy by Ola Raknes and periodic e-mail updates available only to members.

 

Supporting Membership $25 a month for one year. In addition to the above updates and book, members receive a 10% discount on ACO books and Journal of Orgonomy subscriptions.

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The Sustaining Membership $60 a month for one year. In addition to the above updates, book and discounts, members also receive a complimentary one-year print or online subscription to the Journal of Orgonomy and are entitled to complimentary attendance to select ACO events (not including lab or other educational courses).

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Patron Membership $90 or more a month for one year. In addition to the above updates, book, discounts and subscription to the Journal of Orgonomy, members receive a classic ACO logo canvas tote (quantities are limited) and are entitled to complimentary attendance to all ACO events (not including lab or other educational courses).

 

 

Past Appeals and Annual Reports

2017 President's Annual Report and Holiday Appeal Letter
2017 Keeping Cool Fundraiser
2017 New Year's Appeal and Sociopolitical Overview
2015 President's Holiday Appeal & Annual Report
2015 Summer Update & Appeal
2014 President's Holiday Appeal & Annual Report
2013 President's Holiday Appeal & Annual Report
2013 Summer Update & Appeal
2013 Storm Preparedness Fund - July Update

2013 Storm Preparedness Fund
2012 Holiday Appeal & Annual Report
2012 Summer Update & Appeal

2011 President's Annual Report & Holiday Appeal
2010 President's Annual Report & Holiday Appeal
2009 President's Annual Report and Holiday Appeal
2009 President's Spring Report and Appeal