Financial support of Kannon Do is based on the traditional Buddhist practice of Dana, an expression of charity and generosity. The Dana concept of giving asks each of us to consider contributing to Kannon Do according to our own personal means, rather than by a specified dues amount. It suggests a monthly financial contribution of one hour of an individual’s monthly income. As an example, based on a work year of 2,000 hours (40 hrs/week x 50 weeks) Dana for individuals receiving $100,000 per year would be $50 per month; Dana for an income of $80,000 per year would be $40 per month. For incomes of $60,000 or less, Dana would be $30 per month. The Dana approach to giving enables Kannon Do to be supported by a spirit of heartfelt generosity.
If you wish to make a donation to support Kannon Do’s activities, you can leave cash or a check in the donation box in front of the meditation hall, mail a check to Kannon Do, or donate via PayPal using the button below. The button will take you to PayPal’s secure website.
You may also set up recurring membership payments online using the button below, which will take you to PayPal’s secure website.
If you previously set up a recurring payment via the above button, but wish to stop those payments, you may use the button below.