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Give Where Most Needed

Gifts to the Most Needed Fund will be used where they will do the greatest good to fulfill the mission of FPMT Inc.

This includes supporting the activities of the FPMT International Office, such as developing and distributing educational materials and programs, communicating through FPMT websites, Mandala magazine, social media and newsletters, providing live webcasts of Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s teachings, managing all of the FPMT charitable projects, and supporting FPMT centers, projects and services.

The Fund also provides for urgent needs and critical shortfalls in ongoing commitments and grants from FPMT charitable projects, as well as new projects and unanticipated needs not provided for elsewhere.

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All donations are made in US Dollars.

Multifund Donations: To make a donation to multiple funds at once, please use this donation form.

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*All donations made to FPMT to support this fund are tax-deductible within the United States in accordance with IRS Code article 501(c)(3) to the extent allowed by law.

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