Sheng-Yen Lu Foundation is a non-profit grant-making public charity. With your support and the continuing support of the global True Buddha School community, we strive to combine compassion and philanthropy with strategic grant making to advance and promote quality health and education for all.
Volunteer your time and talents by joining our board or committee, assisting with office administration, or going on grantee site visits. We are currently recruiting board members with the following experience:
- Knowledge of the health industry and current developments in the US and/or developing countries; or
- Knowledge of the education system (early education or post-secondary education) and current developments in the US and/or developing countries; or
- Background in Marketing/PR or Fundraising for non-profit organizations; and
- Prior service on boards of other non-profit organizations; and
- Seattle area residents (preferred).
Every gift counts! With your support, we can make a bigger impact on the health and education of those who need it most.
- Make a donation to the Foundation via or print and send us this form for credit card processing.
- Donate by mailing a check to: 17102 NE 40th Court, Redmond, W 98052, U.S.A
Make checks payable to Sheng-Yen Lu Foundation
- Double your gift with a corporate matching gift from your employer. Check with your employee benefits office to find out if your company matches gifts to 501 (c)3 charities.
- Give the gift of charity by honoring a special person or celebrate a birthday with a gift in his or her name.
- Give assets, including shares of stocks and mutual funds.
- Make a planned gift by including Sheng-Yen Lu Foundation in your tax and estate planning. These include bequests, marketable securities, charitable lead trusts, life insurance policies, or marketable real estate.
- If you would like to make a wire transfer, contact us for instructions.
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