Your gift today will help Fung Loy Kok support health and well-being in our communities. The many stories of people whose lives have been deeply transformed through the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts are compelling: stories of increased mobility and reduced pain, stories of strength and flexibility, stories of calm, clarity and connection with others.
As participants in our community discover these benefits in their own lives, they also naturally find ways to improve their relationships with their families, friends and communities. In fact, the benefits of this practice extend even more widely as practitioners discover they rely less on the medical system, helping to reduce health care costs. By volunteering, making donations, or helping in any way that you can, you can support this powerful and important work for generations to come.
To support Fung Loy Kok we encourage everyone to make an on-line donation using a major credit card. This is a simple and easy way to donate and you will receive a tax receipt by email right away. We also continue to welcome donations in cash or cheque at all of our locations.
Leave a Legacy
We invite you to help the charitable work of Fung Loy Kok by including a bequest in your will. Such a gift creates a personal legacy that directly supports Master Moy’s vision of relieving suffering and helping others through the Taoist arts.
If you want to leave a legacy, please contact your lawyer and give our organization name, legal address, and registered charitable name.
Gifts in Memoriam
Make a gift in memoriam for someone who has passed away.
Gifts in Celebration
Make a gift to celebrate someone’s birthday, anniversary, graduation or another meaningful special occasion.
Gifts in Honour
Make a gift to honour someone who has received a prize or other recognition.
Your generosity defines our tradition of compassionate community service which is made possible by your donations and gifts. Thank you for contributing!
Please be in touch if you have any questions or would like to discuss anything further.
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