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Thoughts and Koden to the family of Reverend Michael Hayashi
Fri, 1 Jan 2016, 12:00 AM – Thu, 7 Jan 2016, 12:30 AM PST
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Reverend Michael Hayashi entered the Pure Land at 2:50 pm CST Dec 4, 2015. His family was by his side and he passed away peacefully while listening to one of his favorite song "Dust to Dust" by The Civil Wars.
Please join us in reciting the Nembutsu.
Namo Amida Butsu
Sensei Michael was admitted to the Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre on November 21st. As it became apparent that he had incurable stomach cancer, his wife Kiyomi and their family, his aunts and uncles, sister and mother and many friends came to comfort him. Koden (donation to the family as an offering of condolences and to assist with expenses). Those who would like to help the family with expenses during this time may make a contribution through this service. The Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples of Canada is working with the Vancouver Buddhist Temple to provide this vehicle. Thank you for visiting this program. Please note that contributions do not qualify for CRA Tax receipts.
Why is there an event time for this donation?
There is no actual event. The event time has been used to enable the donation functionality of the Eventbrite service we are using.
How much of my contribution will go to the family?
The processor charges a discounted non-profit fee of 3% and 2.5% credit card processing fees plus $0.60 per transactions. Approximately 94.5% less $0.60 of your contribution will go to the Hayashi family.
Will I receive a Tax Receipt?
Unfortunately, contributions to assist specified individuals do not qualify for CRA Tax Receipts
How can I send a message along to his family?
Part of the final payment process will be an opportunity to enter a message to Michael's family. All of these messages will be sent to Michael's family along with the Koden.