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When you give a gift to Dzogchen Center through your will, you give the gift to future generations of lineage holders.

Through your generous legacy, you will make it possible for everyone to discover something new–and in doing so, you will make this a better and stronger community for generations

to come. All of this is possible, while achieving your own personal, financial, and estate planning goals.

There are many ways to support Dzogchen Center in addition to being an annual contributor. You can make a gift to Dzogchen Center that costs nothing during your lifetime! Such giving techniques are called “Planned Gifts,” because with thoughtful planning, you create win-win solutions for you and Dzogchen Center.
Realizing the impact and influence of the Dzogchen lineage practice either personally or through a loved one has led some individuals to help ensure the future of the dharma teachings by providing for Dzogchen Center in their estate plans.

A planned gift can make your money serve several purposes and benefit you in the following ways:

  • Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime while ensuring that you leave a legacy with an organization and cause you care deeply about, like Dzogchen Center. 
  • Make a lasting gift to future generations by leaving a charitable bequest in your will
  • Develop a charitable remainder or lead trust
  • Donating stock, you can give stock and realize larger tax savings
  • Establish a charitable gift annuity and get a monthly paycheck for life in return for your gift
  • Donate real estate by gifting your home or property and, if you prefer, you can continue to live there and get a tax breakundefined all at the same time
  • Donate a life insurance policy or life estate

You can begin the process of leaving a lasting gift now by downloading the Legacy Form. If you have included Dzogchen Center in your estate plans or would consider For more information, please contact our office today by calling 781-316-0113. Dzogchen Center's Legal name is “Dzogchen Foundation.” and should be referred to in that manner in all legal documents including your Last Will & Testament and or Trust.

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