Giving to Santa Rosa Shambhala Center
We can afford to open ourselves and join the rest of the world with a sense of tremendous generosity, tremendous goodness, and tremendous richness...
~ ChÖgyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Contribute to the 2013 Scholarship Fund Drive
You can donate three ways:
- Click the Scholarship PayPal button below
- Donate via check earmark for the Scholarship Fund and make payable to SRSMC and mail to:
- Santa Rosa Shambhala Center
- PO Box 521
- Santa Rosa CA 95402
- Donate when you visit the Center. There is a small box located in the library to place your donation. A couple of dollars each time you visit adds up.
We appreciate any size contribution, and all donations are tax-deductible.
Generosity is the stairway to the higher realms. Generosity is the virtue that produces peace.
We will all benefit from supporting our members as they deepen their commitment to the practice. Thank you.
As people progress along the path in Shambhala, there are opportunities to deepen their practice at extended programs which are offered at Land Centers. These programs are costly, including travel expenses, time off of work, and tuition as well as room and board.
The Scholarship Fund exists to support sangha members attending these extended programs. Those who are able to attend these programs benefit greatly from the intensifying of their practice, and the sangha benefits as well, by having practitioners in our midst who have had these enriching experiences.
Santa Rosa Shambhala Meditation Center is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers. All our funds come from donations from program participants, friends and members.
Donations are a way to express appreciation for what our Center offers free meditation instruction and practice opportunities, a clearly defined path of practice and study, a range of community activities and more, for the benefit of all and help make it available to others.
We gratefully accept donations, big or small, made in any way for any purpose.
click the button to contribute through PayPal: