How to Donate

Katog Tingzin Ling continues to rely exclusively on donations. Though we are not currently meeting at a physical space, there is still some back-rent that is owed, as well as some costs for ongoing technological processes involved as we maintain a web presence and utilize things like Zoom. Furthermore, when the time is right that we can meet in groups again, we intend to re-establish a physical center, and the only way to be able to do that is by having a basis of some funds already in hand. Therefore, any donation you may be able to give, however big or small, will only and always go directly to the running of our center, which through being a place of authentic dharma, we hope supports the community in diverse and multiple ways.  

Any donation is directed to Katog Choling with a note in the comment box that funds are for Katog Tingzin Ling. Since we are a satellite center to Katog Choling, a 501-3c non-profit, your donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

Please say your donation is for Katog Tingzin Ling in the comment box.

That which liberates the knots of attachment and stinginess, extracts the essence from illusory wealth, and becomes a great treasury of benefit for ourselves and others — The practice of pure generosity — may it be perfected.

If even the giving of a single small flower becomes an offering, and like the example of the power of connection in how one drop of water merges with the entire ocean, without judging the size of a donation, all offerings are endowed with merit that moves the waves of benefit for beings.

As it is said, a gathering of many small parts can become a great whole. When we reflect upon it, if we were to give away even half the price of what we spend on a single cup of tea or coffee a day, how much benefit for others could we accrue over time?

In this way, please help by regularly tossing seeds into this jeweled vessel of benefit for others. Any virtue accumulated through this, dedicate to the benefit of all and make aspirations on their behalf.

—Khentrul Lodrö Thayé Rinpoche