View and manage your Donations History and Recurring Payments

Use these links to access your DONATION HISTORY and RECURRING PAYMENTS (does not include Raise a Flag donations).

You have the option to view and download a receipt, and cancel your recurring payments. Changing a recurring payment amount and frequency cannot be done at this time but will be available shortly.

You can also adjust the credit card information (within supported gateways) for your recurring payments so that if a card expires or you would like to use a new card you can update it through our website.

If you have any specific questions about your TOVP account please email us at fundraising@tovp.org

  The DONOR ACCOUNT tab will only provide you with Donation History starting June 13, 2018. For prior Donation History contact us at fundraising@tovp.org.

Installation of Peacock Brackets

Another gorgeous element of the external temple finishing work are the peacock brackets. Each of the eight Chatris will have 29 peacock brackets installed underneath them for a total of 232 brackets, and will create a beautiful ornamental appearance like a diamond ring surrounded by precious stones. The photo shows one such bracket after being
TOVP Night View from Master Plan

TOVP 2018 Achievements Overview

2018 was a landmark year for the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium both in terms of construction achievements and fundraising. And the entire TOVP Team is grateful to all the devotees worldwide without whom this would not have been possible. As our motto states, we are “Raising Lord Caitanya’s Temple by the hands of every

Pillar Work Progress

The Temple of the Vedic Planetarium has 108 pillars within it, appropriately named the Pillars of Devotion. Of these, the first ten located inside the main entrance are called the Sravanam Pillars and will be clad with sandstone embellishments custom made in Jaipur to give them their beautiful detail. The remaining temple pillars will all
On Wednesday, January 9th, at 10:00am in Auckland, New Zealand, His Grace Parvata Muni prabhu, lovingly remembered and respected by all that knew him, peacefully passed away from this world after a long battle against cancer. Ambarisa prabhu and the entire TOVP Team are saddened by this loss, but confident that due to his lifetime