The Incredible Way Things Work

All of the activities of the
Northwest Foundation for “A Course in Miracles”
are provided without charge or obligation.
This is possible because of thoughtfulness —
love extended without conditions.
Such is the nature of Gift.

This website and all of the materials contained herein
are available to you because someone like you
has already gifted you with them,
and at my instruction, these materials
will never be sold.

If you would like to add
your thoughtfulness and love
to gift others with the ongoing availability
of these and new materials,
you are invited to make
a secure online contribution
by clicking on the button below,
or mailing it to our address
at the bottom of this page.

UPDATE

Today is the 16th of the month and the balance in the Foundation’s bank account is $572.53.  Obligations amounting to over $4,000 fall due by the 19th, and there will still be the needs of the balance of the month.  Your participation in meeting these needs is invited because together we are the givers of the Gift with which we “bless the tired world.”

Rajpur
Kingston, Washington

May 16th, 2013

PLEASE NOTE
WHEN YOU ENTER THE AMOUNT,
DO NOT PLACE A DOLLAR SIGN ($) IN THE BOX.
DOING SO WILL INTERFERE WITH
THE PROCESSING OF YOUR GIFT

If you have any reluctance about making online contributions
or would like to set up automatic monthly contributions
please call Paul at

360-638-0530

any time between noon and midnight Pacific Daylight Time
and he will process your contribution directly.

Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted.

Contributions made through PayPal should be made to

paul@nwffacim.org

PayPal is set up to deposit these contributions
directly into the Foundation’s account.

Contributions can also be mailed directly to:

NWFFACIM
P.O. Box 1490
Kingston, WA 98346-1490
USA

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2 Responses to The Incredible Way Things Work

  1. Miguel Carvalho says:

    The joy of asking and receiving and giving:
    see Amanda Palmer on Ted Talks http://www.ted.com/talks/amanda_palmer_the_art_of_asking.html

  2. Barb says:

    Thank you, all, for your gifts. I am in Germany, so the internet access is extremely important to me.

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