About PFC and the Global Movement We Support
If you are thinking about joining Prepare for Change as a Member or Volunteer, we have provided some basic information below about the organization. First, some definitions of our common references.
NOTE: To contact PFC about the website or any thing else you can email [email protected]
How is the PrepareforChange.net Website organized?
The website was created as a voice for the New Society Groups started at the New Society Conference in May 2013. At inception the website invited other followers of Cobra to join the Network and Groups to Prepare for the Event and help create the New Society. Now the website has up to eight hundred thousand views per month and fifty thousand members. With 2600 articles available to read as well as information needed to organize and prepare groups for the Event and create a New Society. The website is supported by donations and staffed with an all volunteer team of web professionals with a mandate to build a site able to handle the influx of visitors expected at the time of the Event, while also supporting the New Society Initiatives requested by the Group Leaders, Volunteers and Members.
Connecting the worldwide participants together has become the central task of the web team, which is adding new languages and social network features to facilitate better communication locally and globally. The languages feature consists of providing a complete website on its own sub-domain in the additional language, including a backend in that language. The social network feature is designed to unite all the languages with a shared database allowing members to connect with everyone regardless of language.
The ambitious expansion into multiple languages requires that the web team grow to meet the demands created by each language having its own complete site with management needed for all parts, so each language will need about six people to maintain it and keep it current.
What is the Prepare for Change Network?
A global network of Event Support and Sisterhood of the Rose Groups has formed out of the participants who joined through the website. There are over 31,000 members who belong to local groups formed since May 2013, on all continents of the planet. Members on the Facebook page exceed fifty thousand.
Regardless of being in a New Society Group, everyone belongs to a Network Group since they are based on location, or place of residence, rather than the skill or talent contribution a member chooses to make. The Network Groups organize around their cities and schedule meetings on Sunday evenings where they share ideas and strategies for the Event and conduct powerful meditations to assist the global population to be calm and connect to the higher frequencies.
Who are PFC Members?
Everyone who has signed up on the website is considered a member.
Who are PFC Volunteers?
They are Members who have Signed up as Volunteers to help the PFC Mission
What is the Prepare for Change Council?
The Prepare for Change Council is composed of the Group Leaders and their co-chairs of the six New Society Groups and the two all encompassing Network Groups, creating a sixteen person Council. Meeting each week in a voice call, they are organized as a Roundtable allowing the New Society Groups and the two Network Groups to exchange ideas and opinions before voting on expenditures and policy for the eight groups. You can communicate with the Group Leaders using the Assistance form linked below:
Each of these groups has an individual form with a detailed auto reply that provides up-to-date information about the Groups activities with links to pages and sites that can help.
Who are the Prepare for Change Council Leaders?
They are the original Volunteers from 2013 who created and currently maintain the website. They were elected/chosen by the members at the beginning in 2013 to represent the New Society Groups. Two additional Council positions were created for Event Support Groups, and the Sisterhood of the Rose, and new Council members have emerged from participating members as time has passed. They represent both the Members and the Volunteers. There are eight Council seats, with each one having a second, chosen by the Leader, who attends meetings when the Group Leader is unable. This makes a total of sixteen people who are considered Council members.
What are the New Society Groups?
The New Society Groups were defined by the Resistance Movement as needed after the Event, for the purpose of being “way showers”, or being the ones who will step forward after the Event and lead by example. (see this section of the website) All members are associated with New Society Groups and for practical purposes these groups are similar to the departments of a magazine, with each Group Leader responsible for a particular area of interest discussed on the website. Activities related to New Ssociety Groups are now organized through the Volunteer Assembly.
What are the Local Groups?
The Local Groups are made up of all members who have joined PFC regardless of the New Society Group or their role as a Volunteer. We have created a separate website to support the local groups, called Prepareforchange.coeo.cc. This geo- social network site and it being improved all the time, and it has several features we depend upon to grow the movement, including a Live Chat feature, a Global Synchronized Meditations feature and the ability create local circles for meeting others in your area.
What is the Volunteers Assembly?
Everyone who submits the PFC Volunteer Form is a member of the Volunteer Assembly. The Assembly serves multiple purposes, including social networking, education, intuitive awareness training and related activities. All of these are served by our online conferencing system (Zoom)
It is important that volunteers feel that they are part of our community and be able to participate in educational and social programs designed to prepare them for the Event and so they can assist others with this information and knowledge. To accomplish this, we are creating the Prepare for Change Volunteers Assembly.
Everyone who volunteers will now be able to participate with an active organization that has classes with discussions using online conferences and work together in task groups organizing around project proposals requiring an ongoing commitment from Volunteer teams.
The Volunteers Assembly is offering a variety of programs to teach and share knowledge with other PFC Volunteers. The practical effect of this is that instead of being in the Volunteer database, you will be a member of the Assembly where social contact, sharing and learning will be available
What are PFC Projects?
PFC Projects are used to allow Volunteers to help by giving them specific goals, tasks and resources need to accomplish the Project. To better understand this, you should know that when Prepare for Change began, what needed to be done was obvious. Over time, our mission grew and became more complex, new jobs required background and even specific skills to accomplish. Eventually only a half dozen multitalented people remained who would tackle any job that needed to be done. When we tried to get help from volunteers, the Leader Volunteers could not teach them effectively, mainly because they were not doing one job, but many, and no job description was provided for them and they did not have one for anyone else who would like to help. Because of this, most volunteers were unable to do very much to help.