Donate to our Center: 

We are dedicated to our mission, supporting individuals as they create more joy-filled and successful lives. We have a track record of amazing success. Lives have healed physically, financially, romantically and in many other ways. There are multiple ways to give to the Spiritual Center and you can review those below. 
We are a registered non-profit, a registered charitable organization, and we are pleased to offer you a tax receipt for your generous gifts. 

Our Charity Number: 85754 1700 RR0001

Giving Opportunities

In 2017 we raised enough money to replace the slope part of our roof. Thank you everyone who donated to this project. We continue to raise funds to replace the torch on section with an estimated time of completion in 2019We have raised enough funds to paint our south facing brick wall.. YIPPEE! Another step toward protecting our investment.
January 30, 2018 we are signing off on our mortgage agreement with Coastal Community Credit Union. Thank you everyone who contributed to this mortgage. We are thrilled to be stepping forward successfully along our journey of a connected and caring spiritual community.

Presently we have an ambitious group putting together a recipe book and their goal is to raise funds for a commercial dishwasher. Financial contributions towards this asset are appreciated.

Opportunities for 2018:

  • Commercial Dishwasher $5,000
  • Torch on Roof $15,000
  • Road Signage

Make your monetary donation to the Centre for Spiritual Living - Campbell River by clicking on the Paypal link below, or by calling our office at 250.850.3064, or by email transfer to office@cslcampbellriver.org or a cheque by mail. Identify how you would like your gift to be spent.

If you shop at THRIFTY FOOD's, email us and request a SMILE card. At no cost to you, for every dollar you spend at Thrifty Foods, 5% goes to our Centre.

We also ask you to think of us fondly in your estate planning. If you need more information regarding estate planning, please call 250.850.3064 or email Jill - office@cslcampbellriver.org

Mail to: Centre for Spitiual Living - Campbell River  516 S. Dogwood St., Campbell River, BC. V9W 6R4 or click on the link below.

DONATE TODAY!

Donations of your bottles and cans, are received under the name of the Centre for Spiritual Living - Campbell River at the following locations:

Campbell River Recycling Depot (Campbellton)
1580F Willow Street (Across from Finning)

Courtenay Return-It Centre
1255 McPhee

A BIG THANK YOU and many blessings. Please know that your contributions are part of changing lives and making this world a better place for everyone.

A SUCCESS STORY

Insights with Graham Walker: Creating a World that Works for Everyone! 

Graham Walker was always a seeker. As a child he saw the world through a magical lens. Like most of us, the world seemed less magical as he grew older, until as an adolescent, his rational mind took over and his view of the world became more based on the real, rather than the imagined. The curiosity remained, and over time, the wonder and awe for life came back. 

His re- awakening began in University. He took a course on Eastern Philosophy where he explored the tenets of Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism. This exploration led him to learn to meditate. Somewhere along the line he had a “peak” experience while meditating. Spontaneously, he felt the interconnectedness of everything. This moment blew his whole world view open. 

“It was very transformative.”, Graham shared. “I have always carried that moment with me. Knowing that I am a part of something much bigger than me, gives me a sense of purpose.” 

Walker was born and raised in Campbell River, but knew nothing about the Centre for Spiritual Living until, one fateful day, when he happened on the sign outside of the Willow Point Hall. What he loves most about the Centre is the community feeling. He found people here who have a passion for personal growth, and a commitment to making the world a better place for everyone. “I love that everyone is trying to be the best they can be!” says Graham. 

Walker gives credit to the Centre for the opportunities he received to take on various leadership roles with the organization. Beyond his leadership role, the Centre has a huge effect on him personally. “I am more aware of the impact I have on the world around me. Everything I do and say, ripples out and affects everyone I meet. I am always trying to be the best version of myself at any given time. The changes I experience are not grandiose. They are subtle, yet profound. I think I am more generous, kind, and compassionate in my relationships.” 

Graham Walker is most definitely doing his part in creating a world that works for everyone! Graham Walker