sliding scale rates.
my practice is priced with sliding scales so as to reach the people who are also working
in community and out of pocket, in particular other grassroots organizers and collectives.
the higher end of my rates are based on CARFAC recommendations and are in fact considered
a minimum for industry standard; I ask that organizations that can afford these rates or higher
do their utmost to pay me fairly, especially as this will subsidize my services for
individuals or collectives that do not have pockets so deep.
redistribution of wealth is a radical practice that sustains radical action.
if you cannot pay the lowest end of my sliding scale but want to engage in the work I facilitate,
please don't hesitate to contact me to ask for in-kind service payment or other
non-monetary alternatives to honour my time and labour.
single workshop. (3hrs): $75 to $500.
3–part workshop series. (3hrs x 3 workshops + 2hrs complementary consulting time): $150 to $800.
base fee. (anything under an hour): $50 to $200.
hourly rate. (after the first hour included in base fee): $25 to $100.
if your organization wants to work with me as a contracted consultant,
including policy reviews and long–term workplace culture shift,
an appropriate fees and services schedule can be determined.
doula services. : pay-what-you-can by donation.
death doula services are by donation, with no minimum recommendation.
if money is not an issue for you, consider that your donation will subsidize
my ability to serve others without your financial access.
you are welcome to ask for a donation amount recommendation via email/my contact form if you wish.
death cafe. : pay-what-you-can by donation.
death cafe services are by donation.
please consider fees for access workers (ASL interpretation, live-captioning via CART, visual description)
for a death cafe start at $1,200. any donation you make as payment will go towards these costs.
however, if you are not in a position of financial privilege, please do not let this fee number sway you from reaching out. access worker fees are subsidized by previous donors and mutual aid support networks.