Thanks for your donations

Donation: one of the six paramitas - The six perfections in practice

In Buddhism, the gift (Dana) is considered the most important deep transformation practices (paramitas).
Your generosity will allow us to continue offering these teachings to as many people as possible.

Your financial support is important to allow us to cover our costs (rent, insurance, internet / telephony).

Donate via PayPal

At any time you can " Donate " using the Paypal button.
You will see the opposite window.
You can then:

  1. Enter the amount of your donation.
  2. Select the box to the left of “ Make this a monthly donation ” if you wish to make a recurring donation. In some cases, the recurring donation is indicated by a tab instead of a checkbox.
  3. Here is the notice that you will see if you check the box " Make this a monthly donation ":

  4. Click on " Donate with PayPal " if you want to use your Paypal account OR
  5. Click on “ Donate with a credit card ” (or bank card or debit card).

If you have never used PayPal, you will be asked to enter an email. This is a requirement of PayPal and not of MPC-IPCAM. This will give you access to a credit card payment form. This does not require you to create a PayPal account. Enter an email then click on “Proceed to payment” to obtain the form allowing you to use your card.

Arbre de la BodhiDonation by check

If you prefer, you can send a check, worded for MPC-IPCAM at the following address:

CP 55034
CP Centre Maisonneuve,
Montréal, QC, H1W 0A1

A tax receipt will be issued for any donation of $ 20 or more.




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- Thich Nhat Hanh