FOP Staff “Wish List”
We much appreciate our generous donors and supporters! If you’d like to make an in-kind donation but don’t know what we could use, here are a few items for your consideration (new or in good condition, please):
Thank you to our generous donors:
Wood hod (for indoor fireplace)–Thank you JoAnn Huber
Easel for presentations–Thank you Gaye Mazzei
Portable shower stools–Thank you Reverie
Lazy Susan for salad bar–Thank you Knowlan Randza
Wash cloths. white, 13×13, (3 dozen)–Thank you Knowlan Randza
59” cotton double wide hammock – Thank you Knowlan Randza
Solar garden predator control lights (3) – Thank you Knowlan Randza
Immersion blender–Thank you Knowlan Randza
Husqvarna Riding Mower Trailer–Thank you Ken Gowriluk
OXO large salad spinner–Thank you to our donor
3 new CD/tape players. Jensen CD-540 Portable Stereo Compact Disc Cassette Recorder with AM/FM Radio–Thank you to our donor
Food processor–Thank you Macrina Cowan
Binoculars–Thank you Barb and Lin Seder and Paul Rogers
32 Chairs for Bede, stackable. $26.15 each +250 shipping = $1086.80–Thank you Jim Mazzei
Dishes. Add to current set to handle large groups: Corelle–$200–Thank you Reverie
Headphones JVC HARX300 High-Quality Full-Size Headphone (Walmart $16 ea)–Thank you Jon Hart
A donation of all or part of the cost listed is most appreciated. Where brand, size, and other details are indicated, this is what we actually can use, substitutions may not work. Please call and let us know you’re coming before dropping anything off. Thank you for your generosity.
Your donations are tax deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Patti is a recently ordained Soto Zen priest in the Shunryu Suzuki Roshi lineage and completed her second three month ango at Tassajara mountain monestary in April. Her heart teacher is Christina Lehnherr, a former abbess of San Francisco Zen Center. She originally took Boddhisatva vows in the Tibetan Dzog Chen tradition in 1977 and had practiced in the Vipassana tradition for a number of years before finding her seat in Zen. Her marketplace practice as a priest is somatically based and she has trained as a yoga teacher, specializing in working with both cancer patients and those in recovery from addiction. She continues to be inspired by those beings who embody practice in a warm, open hearted way, honoring all beings and traditions as equal and unique.
This silent retreat will include meditation, teaching, periods of rest, guided relaxation, and yoga. Private interviews with Patti about your practice will also be offered.