“The transmission of basic goodness, the heart of Shambhala, is a transmission of richness and wealth. In order for Shambhala to be transmitted properly, this richness and wealth must be properly understood and experienced. Shambhala is ultimately wealthy, and its future depends on our ability to experience, live, teach, and transmit this richness.”

— The Kongma Sakyong Jampal Trinley Dradul —

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To learn more about becoming a patron or to discuss including the Sakyong Potrang in your estate planning, please contact Jane Vosper at info@sakyongpotrang.org.

When you make offerings to the Sakyong Potrang, you are creating an energetic connection to sustain and nourish the lineage for this and future generations. Your financial contribution to the Potrang provides support not only the lineage holder but also makes possible all dharma teaching activities of the lineage. An offering of any amount is meaningful in supporting the ongoing operations of the Potrang as it helps to safeguard and care for the lineage properties, sacred objects, and assets, and ensures the lasting legacy of dharma will benefit many practitioners for years to come.

Your donation to the Sakyong Potrang is tax-deductible.

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Your donation of any amount help sustain the activities of the Sakyong Lineage. You can donate directly to the Sakyong Potrang USA or the Sakyong Potrang Canada by credit card or check.

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Becoming a Patron

As a patron, you help the Sakyong Lineage to be firmly established which allows the precious body of teachings in the Shambhala terma to be preserved, explicated and propagated. All patrons of the Sakyong Potrang will receive a liturgy called “The Jewel.” 

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Planned Giving

When you include the Sakyong Potrang in your estate plan, your planned gift creates a lasting dharmic legacy that will benefit generations of practitioners to come.

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Leaving a Bequest

A bequest is a specific gift in your will or trust that is designated to a family member or friend, or a charitable entity such as the Sakyong Potrang. Anyone can make a bequest and it can be any amount.

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