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Some programs are open for both in-person and Zoom attendees.
Before attending in person, read the full protocol here, updated December 13, 2022.

Due to recent extreme weather and flooding, the Center has sustained water damage and will not be available for in-person use until repairs are completed.
Please stay tuned for further announcements. In the meantime, please join us on Zoom for all programs.



Click the link with the arrow to contribute to the specified fund. If recurring donations have been set up for a fund, a "Schedule Donation" link will appear for that fund. Click the Schedule Donation link to make a recurring donation.

General, non-recurring donation to be used where it is needed most. If you are contributing as a special thank you for attending one of the Sangha's events, please let us know in the Thanks to, In gratitude for, and/or comment fields which event inspired you, such as, Sunday program, class, practice group, retreat, etc.


White Heron Sangha members should log in to this website before entering a donation so that it is applied to their member account. If you wish to schedule a recurring donation, please log in or join as a member first, then click on the Stewardship Circle Schedule Donation button instead of this one.


Donations to Engaged Buddhism will be used to support the Engaged Buddhism Group’s social and environmental projects. These actions are taken as an expression of the practice of the Buddhist Way. Donations to this fund can be one-time or members can set up a recurring donation.


White Heron Sangha sponsors two Little Free Food Pantries on the Central Coast. The first pantry assists food-insecure families of beautiful, young children attending William Rice Elementary School in Santa Maria. The second pantry provides food assistance to both housed and unhoused individuals and families in San Luis Obispo. It is co-sponsored with and located at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo.

How much assistance we can consistently provide through our Pantry Project depends largely on the additional generosity of WHS members. It would be especially helpful to receive dana on a recurring basis to sustain our community Little Free Food Pantry Project. Whether you can contribute $5 or $100 your contributions will help feed hungry people through this effort.


Donations to the North County Sangha fund. At the end of each month, a percentage of the donations in this category will be given to a charity chosen by the North County Sangha, with the remainder applied to the General Operations Fund of White Heron Sangha. White Heron Sangha members should log in to this website before entering a donation so that it is applied to their member account. Donations can be one-time or WHS members can set up a recurring donation.