Powering purposeful change in the social sector.
 

Our beliefs
guide how
we work
and what we
focus on

 
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What We Believe

We believe in many things – the power of creativity, the value
of reflection, the potential of purpose.

At our very core, turnlane was built upon the belief that authentic
human connection is the foundation of all vibrant, diverse communities and
organizations. turnlane partners with courageous leaders and teams in developing
relational capacity as a means to power purposeful change in the social sector.

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We also hold deep, guiding beliefs about the social areas we work within

 
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Health

Maintaining physical, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being can be among our greatest joys and most meaningful investments. It can enliven, inspire, and engage. Instead, it has become increasingly complicated and a common source of extreme stress and financial peril. That, to us, is intolerable. We work with those who are blazing new trails to redefine how we think about, support, and finance health based on the human need and desire to be well.

 
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Aging

We are determined to see the day when all people can age with dignity and with the support of family and community. Too often today, a common fear is realized – dying in isolation in an unfamiliar place. We envision a time when all people intentionally shape the experiences they want for their final days. turnlane works with teams and organizations who are committed to creating this same future. 

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Social Justice

We believe that our common humanity is what unites us. It is what binds us together. It is what fuels our deepest, most intuitive desire to transcend differences. turnlane unapologetically believes that there are far too many injustices in our society and far too much complacency in creating change. We partner, by leveraging our shared humanity, with teams and organizations that feel an urgency to equitably redistribute wealth, opportunities, and privileges.

 
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