Mandalas of Hope

Request One

For a limited time, while funds last

Requests are completely FREE

 
 
 
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Who they help

Mandalas of Hope are meaningful tokens of support for people going through any of life’s most difficult challenges. They have been received and helped individuals in more than 30 countries who are…

  • experiencing mental health issues and/or addiction struggles

  • disabled

  • battling an illness

  • grieving

  • lonely

  • caring for sick family members

  • overcoming traumatic life events

 
 

Locations of volunteer dotters. The Mandala of Hope for your loved one could be painted by anyone in this growing network.

Tell your loved one the world cares

  • Every Mandala of Hope represents a universal support system that includes the thousands of people involved in Otauna’s programs.

  • Program costs are paid for through Otauna sales and sponsors.

  • Each mandala is carefully hand painted by a volunteer in our global network.

  • Select the specific Mandala of Hope pattern that relates to your loved one’s journey.

  • Include a personal message from you to the recipient (optional).

 
 
For a limited time, while funds last, Otauna is covering ALL costs.

For a limited time, while funds last, Otauna is covering ALL costs.

How costs are covered

Program expenses, including packaging, shipping, handling, and administration, are paid for through Otauna sales and sponsors. Funds are carefully monitored and the sponsorship cost is adjusted depending on both the volume of requests for Mandalas of Hope and Otauna sales.

 
 
 

Request process

To request a Mandala of Hope for your loved one, follow these steps:

  1. From the options at the bottom of the page, select a Mandala of Hope with meaning appropriate for your loved one.

  2. Continue through the screens until you click the Add to Cart button. The request form will appear. Fill in the details required for your loved one’s Mandala of Hope.

  3. Proceed through and complete the check out process. As you submit a request for your loved one, you will also sponsor a portion of the expenses for the request that immediately follows yours. Otauna covers the rest.

  4. Within one-two business days, an Otauna team member adds your request to the list and communicates with you about the approximate shipment date.

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I received a Mandala of Hope when I was in a low point in my grief. It brought me such comfort to know I am supported by not only my friend who requested but also the universal support it brought me as well.

Request Fulfillment

Otauna team members handle all aspects of organizing the program and fulfillment of your request. You receive an email to let you know the Mandala of Hope for your loved one has been shipped.

Shipping times vary and no tracking numbers are used at present, keeping costs at a minimum. Typically, shipping time is about one week within Canada, two weeks to a location in the United States, and between two and four months to other countries throughout the world.

Information provided in your request form is treated confidentially.

 
 
 
 
Example of the e-card sent to a sponsor.

Example of the e-card sent to a sponsor.

A sponsor for every Mandala of hope

  1. The Mandala of Hope for your loved one was sponsored by the person who submitted a request right before you. The remainder of the cost is paid for through Otauna sales and the involvement of thousands around the world.

  1. The request you submit sponsors the Mandala of Hope requested after yours.

  2. If you can’t afford the sponsorship amount, you may submit the Request Sponsor Coverage form at the bottom of the page.

  3. You may sponsor more Mandalas of Hope by clicking here.

 
 
 

Submit a Request Here

Thinking of your loved one’s situation, select the Mandala of Hope you’d like sent to him/her.

 
 
 

 
 

For when there is a cost associated
with requesting a Mandala of Hope

If you are unable to afford the sponsorship portion of a Mandala of Hope, but would like to request one for your loved one, complete this form.