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.

Stock Donations to the TOVP

In modern society, most businessmen and employees of major companies have stock portfolios to plan for their retirement and ongoing income in old age. Of course, there are no guarantees with these sorts of endeavors (which is not the philosophical subject of this article), but it is an intelligent way to serve one’s future personal
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In Part 1 of this series of articles we summarized the overall spiritual and philosophical reasoning behind building temples for Vishnu/Krishna as opposed to focusing on altruistic or philanthropic welfare work for human society through the opening of hospitals, feeding the poor, etc. Part 2 offered several important specific reasons from various perspectives why we

TOVP Exhibits Presents …

Presenting the official trailer of our first Fulldome 360 film – 9 Steps to Eternity, now playing at the Mayapur Fulldome Theater in Sri Mayapur Dham, West Bengal, India! This film was developed by our in-house team of immersive film makers at the TOVP Exhibits using (with permission) paintings from the BBT Archives, and unique
In Part 1 of this series of articles we explained that the overall reason for building the TOVP (or any temple of Vishnu/Krishna) is that the spiritual upliftment of society is more important than any mundane services to the body like helping the poor, opening hospitals, etc.. In this part we will elaborate further and