How to Give
For a list of items needed go to: Wish List
Generosity is the foundation of our practice. We offer all of our classes, retreats and courses with the spirit that no one is turned away for lack of funds. Your generous donations helps us continue offer this opportunity to all who seek freedom from suffering. Donations are used to pay for our teachers, program and operation expenses.
Mindful Valley is a Non-Profit 501C3 Organization. Your contributions are fully tax deductible.
“Mindfulness is the key to being the best person you can be, otherwise you just drift through life unable to create your own legacy.” Philip Henderson
Fund-raiser: Our Fund-Raising goal of $500,000 will implement and firmly establish programs that will guide and train public servants and their families. These public servants include: Fire-fighters, law enforcement, teachers, bus drivers, physicians, nurses, paramedics, ER personnel and others who help our community be a better place to live.
Mindful Valley Legacy Society:
Many people reach their mid-life and realize their life lacks purpose and meaning. They look for a purpose and often it is so hard to start something. If that is you, don’t give up. We have done the work and offering this opportunity to all who want to leave a legacy behind. Our programs are designed to transform the community into happier, healthier and wiser community. Your contribution makes you a part of the legacy we are leaving behind. Join us in fulfilling this mission for hundreds of years to come.
Every gift counts, and every gift is meaningful. Which of these legacy circles can you be a part of?
Legacy Society CHAMPION DONOR Circle:
Legacy of Equanimity: $5,000 and up
Legacy of Compassion: $2,000 – $4,999
Legacy of Courage: $500 – $1,999
Legacy of Family: $100 – $499
Legacy of Friend: $10 to $99
Our public servants need your support. Together, we can build a healthier, sustainable, and ultimately, a more joyful community.
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May you be filled with joy, equanimity and loving kindness.
“I did something that challenged the banking world.
Conventional banks look for the rich; we look for the absolutely poor.
All people are entrepreneurs, but many don’t have the opportunity to find that out.”
– Muhammad Yunus