Support Kalapa Valley
Your generosity is what allows Kalapa Valley to remain open as a sacred park. Expenses are not covered by income from rentals or camping.
Volunteer work and donations, one time or monthly, are most appreciated to ensure Kalapa Valley is available to others for generations to come. Kalapa Valley is owned and managed by the Sakyong Potrang, a non-profit organization supported by donations, fees and the energy of many volunteers. All donations have tax benefits.
If you are able and would like to volunteer some time to help with the many tasks (sign makers, bridge builders, trail markers and clearers, tree pruners, gardeners etc) that make this sacred park accessible contact the Director Gary Brown.
Support the Shambhala Lineage
Scorpion Seal Retreat Cabin
The Sakyong’s Scorpion Seal Retreat Cabin is supported solely by the generosity of friends and students worldwide. All donations are tax deductible in Canada.
Donors of $108 or more receive the White Ashe Pin as an expression of appreciation.
To make a restricted donation to “Sakyong’s Scorpion Seal Retreat Cabin”, please follow that link.
Kalapa Valley and the Sakyong’s Scorpion Seal Retreat Cabin are held and managed by the Sakyong Potrang, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and support of the Shambhala Lineage.