What is MKP
The ManKind Project is men’s community for the 21st Century. MKP is a nonprofit training and education organization with three decades of proven success hosting life-changing experiential personal development programs for men. MKP supports a global network of free peer-facilitated men’s groups and supports men in leading lives of integrity, authenticity, and service.
Why we exist
We believe that emotionally mature, powerful, compassionate, and purpose-driven men will help heal some of our society’s deepest wounds. We support the powerful brilliance of men and we are willing to look at, and take full responsibility for, the pain we are also capable of creating – and suffering. We care deeply about men, our families, communities, and the planet.
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NEW WARRIOR TRAINING
Described by thousands of men as the most powerful personal growth opportunity they have ever experienced. Take a risk and get more of what you want from manhood. Are you ready for an adventure?
Are you ready to break out of isolation and have what the most successful men in the world have? Get support to manifest your purpose in the world. Transform your challenges into fuel for your growth.
Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, India, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, South Africa, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Free Confidential Peer Facilitated Support Groups for Men. Men's Groups, Men mentoring men through all the passages of their lives.
Modern Re-Initiation into Manhood, Leadership, Peer Facilitation, Intercultural Competency, Relationships, Communication, Purpose, and more.
Over 65,000 men have taken the journey. The New Warrior Training Adventure - a transformational personal growth experience like no other. Trusted and recommended for over 30 years.
Get Ready for a 48 Hour Adventure that
Can Transform Your World as a Man
The New Warrior Training Adventure (NWTA) is a life affirming personal development event, a modern initiation, honoring the best that men have to offer the planet and charging them to step up to meet the challenges – and embrace the opportunities – of an evolutionary time. Initiation is a rite of passage into full belonging in community — with the responsibility and privileges of mature adulthood. The NWTA is an initiation designed for modern times. It’s tough. It’s rewarding. It’s unlike anything else available.
Men’s Work News
Guest post by Craig Comstock - Author of Enlarging Our Comfort Zones (2016) Seven men have been back in our valley for a few days after an intensive weekend training. They call each other “brothers,” though they’re not from the same family of origin. They are being...read more
NBC’s TODAY Show with Special Correspondent Maria Shriver reached out to the ManKind Project to talk about men, the male brain, and men’s emotional lives! Los Angeles #NewWarrior men stepped up! Shriver contacted us because she had heard about the ManKind Project when...read more
This clip from CBS Sunday Morning - "Friendship: Close ties that enhance, extend life" - features men from the ManKind Project South Central area talking about the connections that they experience being part of the ManKind Project. Willie Baronet, Scott Prentis, Ron...read more
This story was published in the Magazine "Psychologies" in France for a special issue on men. [http://www.psychologies.com/] Special thanks to Bill Shea of the New England ManKind Project community for generously donating translation services. Click on the image below...read more
UPDATE: Wentworth Miller talks about the ManKind Project Community at a Human Rights Campaign gala dinner in Seattle WA. See the video below. Wentworth Miller III, an actor best known for his role in the popular series “Prison Break,” recently made news on CNN,...read more
By L. Steven Sieden; April 24, 2009 Seattle Examiner A couple years ago, I would not have believed this to be possible. Then, last year I completed the ManKind Project's New Warrior Adventure Training weekend along with 39 other men. What was most important to me was...read more
Men like us …
Make a powerful commitment to our personal development.
Take risks and push our limits to continue evolving.
Are 100% responsible for our choices and emotions.
Go beyond narrow stereotypes of manhood.
Work to better ourselves, our communities and our planet.
Connect, support and challenge other men to be the best men we can be.