Other ways to give to Padmaloka
A bequest in your will
It’s very easy to write your will. We suggest www.greengatewills.co.uk for guidance.
When you die without having written a will, it may result in anxiety for your friends, family or dependants. And no matter how good your intentions were, they may not be realised.
A bequest to Padmaloka in your will would help to ensure the opportunity for others to live ‘the Holy Dharma’- way into the future. A £50 gift pays for five men to travel to Adhisthana for an Order or Young Peoples weekend, £500 for a complete set of shrine cushions, £5,000 for disabled access into the shrine, £50,000 pays for a large bedroom conversion with solar hot water and disabled access.
A form of words to include Padmaloka in your will may look like:
“I give free of taxes as a charitable bequest of (either a specific sum here or a proportion of the residuary estate) to ‘FWBO Surlingham’ UK registered charity 273850 to be used as to both capital and income for the general purposes of ‘FWBO Surlingham’. I direct that the receipt of the Finance Secretary for the time being or other duly authorised officer shall be a full discharge to my executors.”
A standing order is a really helpful way of supporting out ongoing projects. Would you consider setting up a standing order of £20 a month? Please get in touch through the office on 01508 538112 to set one up, or download a pdf for here to print out and post to us. Thank you!