Circle of Generosity


You can support us in one of two ways:

1. Become a monthly donor or make a one-time donation. 
2. Share this page with friends and family so they can increase their contributions to the causes they care about.


Become a monthly donor:

Monthly donation by direct withdrawal: Print a donation form and mail it in with a cheque marked "VOID" to True North Insight, P.O. Box 55015 Fairmount Montréal, QC H2T3E2.
Monthly donation via Canada Helps, our secure online service.

Make a one-time donation:

One-time online donation via Canada Helps, our secure online service, or via PayPal.
One-time donation by Interac e-transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
One-time donation by printing a donation form and mailing it with your payment to True North Insight, P.O. Box 55015 Fairmount Montréal, QC H2T3E2.


We hope you will join us today in supporting TNI with a monthly donation or one-time tax-deductible gift in the amount that moves your heart.

All donations to True North Insight of $5 and up will be sent a tax receipt. 

Gifts of all amounts are welcome and deeply appreciated.


Here are concrete examples of how every dollar counts;

$10 helps funds our annual operations
$20 covers our online meditation space each month (Zoom cost per year = $200)
$40 provides a scholarship supported retreatant's meals for a day during a retreat
$250 is put towards a one way ticket for a teacher's travel to a retreat
$3,000 pays for a 20 person bus to support travel for our BIPOC retreatants
$10,000 helps to pay staff salaries and health benefits

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Here is our update on our commitments stated earlier this year:

We offered financial assistance to those unable to pay fees (over $100,000 since we started offering retreats.)
We have 50% BIPOC teachers on our retreat schedule
We offered weekly BIPOC sitting groups and a fourth BIPOC retreat
We shared the dharma with over 5,500 practitioners over the past 16 years
We completed the community teacher training program, graduating 18 trained local teachers, 30% of whom are BIPOC, who will be supported by TNI as they reach out to share the dharma
We offered two white awareness caucus groups for our sangha
We offered mindfulness sessions to over 65 caregivers
We offered online weekly sittings as well as a book club
Here are some numbers about online offerings:
Since the pandemic on YouTube (current totals):
2,628 subscribers
120 500 views
730 public videos

Zoom Attendance - Weekly Groups (number of people registered to our lists):
BIPOC Sangha: 240
Francophone Sangha: 500
Sunday Sangha: 360
Sittings with caregivers: 65
Jill Davey’s sitting: 200
Pierre-Vincent’s book club: 55
Total: 1420