New Matching Funds Program
84000 is thrilled to announce a new matching funds program for those pledging to make recurring donations. This program ensures that those who promise to make ongoing gifts to 84000 on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis will have their gifts matched equally by one of our matching funds sponsors. All recurring gifts to 84000 going forward will have double the impact! 84000 is extremely grateful to both its recurring donors as well as to those matching funds sponsors who have made this possible.
For those interested in becoming recurring donors, the process remains the same as before. When you have indicated the wish to become a recurring donor in the online donation form, your donation will automatically be matched.
We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the following Matching Funds sponsors who have offered to incentivize others by matching online small-dollar donations.
“We are very fortunate to be able to meet with this opportunity to take part in 84000 to translate the words of the Buddha. May the Buddhadharma spread far and wide.”
Yoko Su, Hans Chen, Joie Chen
“Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s grand aspiration is for sentient beings to receive the Buddha’s teachings without being hindered by the obstacles of language, thereby sowing the seeds of enlightenment and Buddhahood. As students of the Buddha, supporting 84000 is an obligation, an act that benefits oneself and others Let us follow in Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s footsteps so that the light of the buddhadharma may illuminate every corner of the world.”
Mr. and Mrs. Wang, Weiduo
“On this day of Lhabab Duchen in the year 2017, our family is very delighted to be able to make an offering of support to the Matching Funds program for the translation of the words of the Buddha. We pray that the buddhadharma will flourish and that it will live long in the world.”
For those interested in becoming matching funds sponsors, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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