Croydon Buddhist Centre
"Although the centre is physically closed it seems far more open than it was before, and I hope it will continue in some way after these challenging times". Charles
"Even more, thank you deeply for making available such excellent dharma talks and discussions. I have really benefited from joining you these past couple of weeks". Leah
Why Croydon Buddhist Centre needs your help...
Many people are saying how grateful they are for Croydon Buddhist Centre during this crisis. But we have lost 85% of our income during lockdown. Please help our campaign to raise £20,000 so we can 1) stay online during the lockdown, and 2) come out of this strong, able to share the Buddha's teaching more than ever. And thank you for the brilliant response we have already had!
Three ways you can help us...
By using the donate button each time you attend an online class. Please give £10 if you can, or more, or whatever you can manage.
Make a regular monthly donation to Croydon Buddhist Centre of £10, £20, or £40 per month. You can do this either by clicking on the donate button and selecting the regular donation option or you can complete a standing order form and send it to us. (If you don't have a scanner or printer, please email us and we will send you a paper form. firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you make a larger one-off donation of £100, £250, £500, or £1000 or any other amount? We have already had three such donations - thank you so much! This can be done either via Donate button or by Bank Transfer: Triratna Buddhist Community (Surrey) Main Account Co-operative Bank, Account Number. 50075085, Sort Code. 08-90-79. Please email us and let us know, so we can thank you!
If you are a UK tax payer, please consider Gift Aid on your donation. This allows us to claim back 25% from HMRC at no extra cost to you, making your donations go much further. A £100 donation becomes £125.
There has been an inspiring and generous response and, at time of writing, we have already raised about £14,400.
Thank you! We still need to raise £5,600 to keep the Buddhist Centre safe... please help if you can.