The Shambhala Archives relies on the generosity of many individual donors. A small portion of our work from time to time is funded by grants from various provincial and federal sources, as well as gifts from the Shambhala Trust, the Chögyam Trungpa Legacy Project, and other groups. Otherwise, we depend entirely on donations from our users.
Most of the teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche that meditation practitioners listen to as audio CDs, see as DVDs, or read in books; originate from the vault of the Shambhala Archives. Without their proper care and preservation, those who teach dharma as well as authors, book and film editors, writers and researchers would have little to work with.
You may make a direct donation online by clicking on the donate button based on country of residency. Here you will come to a secure site that will process your donation and send us an electronic receipt. Cheques may be sent directly to the Shambhala Archives in Halifax. Through our parent organization, Shambhala International, you can also arrange to donate a percentage of your monthly contributions to our work. With your support we can continue to preserve the teachings of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and the works of other contemplative teachers that we have in our holdings.
Making a Charitable Bequest
There are several ways to include Shambhala Archives in your planned giving.
Shambhala Archives receives a specific dollar amount.
Bequest of Property
Shambhala Archives receives specific assets, such as securities, an interest in real estate (such as a residence), or tangible personal property (e.g., works of art, antiques).
Shambhala Archives receives all or a percentage of the remainder of the estate after the payment of any specific bequests and all estate-related expenses.
Shambhala Archives is given a bequest only in the event of the death of other beneficiaries.
For more detailed information on how to state your gift please click here.