Shantideva Center’s long-term strength and financial sustainability relies on the kindness and generosity of others. An enduring way to support our center is by including Shantideva as a beneficiary in your estate plan. It is very simple to make a lasting gift which will assist us in bringing the Dharma to others for generations to come. Simply include Shantideva Center as a charitable beneficiary in any of the following estate planning vehicles:
- Last will and testament
- Irrevocable or revocable trust instrument
- Life insurance policy
- 401K or retirement plan
- Bank Account
If you have or wish to include Shantideva Center in your estate plan, please contact Leilani-Kali Rivers at email@example.com for further information, as well as a copy of our IRS 501(c)(3)* letter and tax identification number.
“For any sentient being, who during the period of my teachings Makes charity well (even if the material is the size of hair), For 80,000 eons will experience the great result of great enjoyment.” —Tengyur
*Shantideva Center, is qualified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible, as allowed by the law. No taxable goods or services are provided in consideration of gifts, unless stated otherwise.