Protecting the Amazon Together With You

Working towards the sustainable growth of the indigenous peoples and cultures of the Colombian Amazon

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Limited Edition Hoodie: $100

This hoodie helps preserve the magic and wisdom of the indigenous peoples of Colombia’s Amazon River Basin – ancestral home of Taita Juanito Chindoy. All proceeds go directly towards providing vital health supplies and nutrition, allowing their wisdom to flourish and grow.

The Health Brigade

Magic Fund is currently raising funds for our Second Annual Health Brigade Happening in March 2022. We have been asked to return again this coming year to the communities of Condagua, San Carlos and Tandarido. These three communities belong to the Inga tribe in the Putumayo region of southern Colombia with over 12,000 indigenous people in need. This year we are raising $80,000 to bring health and wellness to over 700 indigenous people.

In these communities, the following health issues are very prevalent, malnutrition, diabetes, liver and kidney issues, cardiovascular and circulation problems, anemia, pulmonary problems, parasites, digestive issues, nervous system issues, stress, gynecological problems, dermatitis, cysts, eye diseases.
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The Health Brigade

Magic Fund is currently raising funds for our Second Annual Health Brigade Happening in March 2022. We have been asked to return again this coming year to the communities of Condagua, San Carlos and Tandarido. These three communities belong to the Inga tribe in the Putumayo region of southern Colombia with over 12,000 indigenous people in need. This year we are raising $80,000 to bring health and wellness to over 700 indigenous people.

In these communities, the following health issues are very prevalent, malnutrition, diabetes, liver and kidney issues, cardiovascular and circulation problems, anemia, pulmonary problems, parasites, digestive issues, nervous system issues, stress, gynecological problems, dermatitis, cysts, eye diseases. The Health Brigade brings health, wellness and education to the tribes since access to health care is very difficult for them.

Juan Guilermo Chindoy Chindoy, traditional Healer, is the liaison to the leaders and elders of the Ingano tribe. He is responsible for the implementation of this project. Magic Fund is here to help bring awareness and the support with donations necessary to successfully fulfill this mission.

Learn about the current project Magic Fund is supporting—Health Brigade 2022

Our Project in Columbia

Putumayo Region, their people & their plight

Our goal is to preserve the Putumayo region and all that it has to offer:

The People

Twelve indigenous tribes inhabit the Putumayo region in Columbia. They consist mostly of Sibundoyes, Huitotos, Inganos, Coreguajes, Camsás, Sionas, Cafanes and Paeces tribes. All have a deep cultural heritage, but are under constant threat of encroachment.

Food

Banana, citrus, cassava, avocado, cashews and many spices like vanilla and sugar come from regions like the Putumayo as well as coffee. We need to be careful because over-farming has lead to the destruction much of the world’s tropical forests.

Medications

Medications found in the jungles throughout South America help to treat inflammation, rheumatism, diabetes, malaria, heart conditions, skin diseases, arthritis, glaucoma, and hundreds of other maladies.

Hard Goods

Some of the most beautiful wood in the world originates from rain forests, such as teak, mahogany, rosewood, balsa, sandalwood, and more. Many jungles are becoming depleted of this natural resource due to our appetite for its beauty.

Cleaning, Cosmetics etc

Tropical forest oils are key ingredients in cosmetics, soaps, shampoos, perfumes, disinfectants and detergents. Rubber products, fuel, paint, varnish, and wood finishing products are also commonly found in rain forests.

Climate Control

Most importantly, the world’s tropical jungles have a capacity for absorbing the enormous amount of greenhouse gas emissions we generate. As one of the world’s primary carbon reservoirs, they absorb carbon dioxide from the air, store it and generate oxygen.

Mission Statement

Magic Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect, preserve and empower indigenous land, culture and people of the amazonian jungle.

We recognize the amazon jungle as the lungs of the earth, and provides the Breath of Life to all of humanity. Thus, it is our mission to safeguard the amazon and her people. Understanding, within her resurrection lies the ability for all humanity and all creatures of the earth to flourish and thrive.

Our focus is threefold:

Protection of flora and fauna of native species that are crucial to the biodiversity of the amazon and the ecosystem of the planet.

Cultural Initiatives: to empower indigenous tribes to preserve their traditional ways of life and ancient wisdom.

Cultural exchange and reciprocity that encourages earth based connection and remembrance for all humanity.

Thanks to all our donors

We would like to extend our gratitude and appreciation to all of you who have contributed to Magicfundamazon.com. Your generosity will help to preserve the health, culture and land of the Colombian Amazon and her people. Please return back to this website often to learn about our upcoming projects and the impact of your contributions.

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