These are unsettling times for the entire world. Assuredly, there is still a long, slow path ahead before we find full relief from the extent of pandemic disruption.

As we struggle to find ways to process and adapt to this new reality, we must also recognize how essential it is to use this time to reflect, grow and contribute what assistance we can to our communities.

We at Innerplicity understand that you and your livelihoods are being impacted, and we feel called to offer our skill sets, within a framework that we know best – transformative online community engagement and education. 


Assisting Communities Worldwide

As part of our effort to help during this unsettling time, we are offering both full and partial scholarships for our online personal and professional development programs. We are also providing companies and organizations support for their teams as they setup virtual community events.

If you are experiencing hardship and one of our courses or services could help in some way, we ask that you fill out our scholarship application form. This is an offer of compassion from Innerplicity, not a sale. Our focus is to help businesses and individuals who are struggling to move forward during these turbulent times.

We will review every request carefully and use discretion in identifying and accepting the submissions of those who are affected by this crisis.

We are all in this together, and we ask that those who can afford to pay to please refrain from applying for a free scholarship. Instead, please forward this offer to someone who may need a helping hand.

To apply for a scholarship, please use the button below to send in your application. Once we have processed your request, we will contact you with further information on how to proceed with your course enrollment.



Your health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance to us and, with that in mind, we encourage you to practice social distancing and work from home.

While we persevere in facing this unique challenge, let us keep in our thoughts all the health care professionals and essential workers who continue to risk their health and safety for us.

As we all pull together while remaining physically apart, let us remember that our distancing unites us.




  1. Asha

    I remember a wise person once said.. “Only on pause, does one see what has been accomplished” what’s really important. Be thankful.. be greatful..wanna thank humanity..due to our quarantining. And thanks for all that you do too!

  2. Arlene Johnson

    “Take time during quarantine to do what you want, not what you think you are supposed to be doing.” ~Anonymous

  3. Jody Heckenbach

    I took this excellent course last Spring, this is a great opportunity to review this timely information & techniques!


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