What it costs

The Week is a nonprofit project. It was made possible through countless hours of volunteering from many people and with generous donations from friends of friends and foundations. We put all our heart into it, so we ask you to please respect the following terms of use.

Outside the workplace

If you use The Week outside the workplace (in your home with families or friends, in your community center, church or spiritual group, etc.), you can register and participate in The Week at no cost, under this creative commons license. (Click here for more on creative commons). If you found the experience valuable, we encourage you to donate to help us spread The Week.
Donations using the button above are tax-deductible in the United States. You can find information here for making tax deductible donations in the UK, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Belgium and France

Inside the workplace

For organizations

If you use The Week inside the workplace (in a business, nonprofit, public body or NGO),  the fee is $5 / £5 / €5 per participant. This supports funding our core infrastructure to keep spreading The Week. Please use the button below to pay the fee and receive a receipt.

Using The Week or its logo for greenwashing purposes is strictly forbidden.

Pay the fee

For consultants and coaches

If you are a coach, consultant, trainer or facilitator, we encourage you to share The Week with your clients. If you sell a service associated with  The Week (e.g., facilitation the 3 sessions or consulting on a deployment project of The Week or helping a client with the follow-up work from a session of The Week), you must pay 10% of the amount billed as royalties. This supports funding our core infrastructure to keep spreading The Week.

Pay the fee

Honor system

We cannot (and don’t want to) try and control who is using The Week inside workplaces throughout the world. We trust you’ll respect the work we’ve put into The Week and pay the fees owed to fund the project and the organization managing it.