An Urgent Invitation


Dear friends,

As you may have noticed, our contribution button has been inactive since August 6th. This was due to the upgrading of our credit card processing system, which caused the normal flow of online contributions to be brought to a halt. We apologize for the inconvenience. The system is now updated, functional and available to use.

As a result of the interruption we are approaching the 20th, when $6,500 of expenses fall due, and the Foundation’s bank account is unable to meet them. Everyone’s immediate support is invited to help meet this need.

With gratitude,

Kingston, Washington
August 13th
, 2014


When you enter the amount,
do not place a dollar sign ($) in the box.
Doing so will interfere with
the completion of the transaction.
Contributions can also be made through PayPal
and should be directed to
PayPal is set up to deposit these contributions
directly into the Foundation’s account.
If you have any reluctance about making online contributions
or would like to set up automatic monthly contributions
please call Paul at
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 can also be mailed directly to:
P.O. Box 1490
Kingston, WA 98346-1490


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One Response to An Urgent Invitation

  1. An open letter to all LOVERS OF THE RAJ Materials I’M “old fashioned”, I “budget”. —–Boring, Probably “unimaginative” Archaic even! But to cover our regular approximately 10,000 a month in our organization it would only require 100 of us to come up monthly with a contribution of 100 dollars. I’m sure there are more than 100 of us dependent on Paul’s channeling of Raj each month with relatively stable incomes. Could we of this group willingly, get together and pledge this amount. I’m willing to pledge 200 even though I have other financial “obligations” to the Northwest Foundation. Won’t 99 of you join me and solve the “problem” of our Dear Jesus begging?— I’ll stick at 200 even if we divide the remainder among more than 100. We would all feel so integrally whole and happy, I believe. Honestly, let’s do it Rob

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