Donations

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Many have asked how they may continue donating to the temple while it remains closed. The donations are needed and are very much appreciated!  Thank You!

We deeply appreciate and welcome your support of the Glendale Temple.  Your gift enables us to fund the vital services and activities that we offer to our members and larger community, and to maintain our sacred facilities.

Please choose from the following two funds where you would most like to have impact today:

General Operating Fund: Your gift will help us to meet the day-to-day and highest priority general operating needs of the Glendale Temple.

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Building Fund:
Your gift will help support the care of our Glendale Temple property, including costs associated with acquiring and maintaining the facilities, grounds, equipment, furniture, and vehicles, and those associated with related capital campaigns.

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There are two additional ways to make a donation to our Glendale Temple:


1.    By check:

Please make your check payable to Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF) and write the name of our Glendale Temple “General Operating Fund” or “Building Fund” on the memo line of the check.

Please send check to:
Self-Realization Fellowship
2146 East Chevy Chase Drive
Glendale, CA 91206


2.    By credit card (phone):

Please phone the SRF Mother Center at 818-549-5151 and indicate your donation is for the Glendale Temple "General Operating Fund” or the  Glendale Temple “Building Fund”


Recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Self-Realization Fellowship is a public charity under federal law and a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation under the Revenue Taxation Code of the State of California. Accordingly, contributions to Self-Realization Fellowship are deductible to the maximum extent permitted by law for income tax purposes.

Donations can be made through outright gifts in the form of cash, check, credit card, appreciated securities, real or personal property, and other types of assets, and deferred gifts in the form of charitable trusts. Bequests eligible for a charitable estate tax deduction can be made by naming the organization as a beneficiary in, among other things, a will, a trust, an insurance policy, or retirement funds.