Temple Fund Raiser

Temple Complex Fundraiser

Vision

More than ever, our world needs places of depth learning and transformation. Clear Sky provides a place for people to refresh and recharge, to grow and transform, and to return to their lives with new perspectives, energy, and compassion.

In light of this vision, we are raising money towards the construction of a new temple complex that will support the important work we do at Clear Sky.

Background

Over the past 16 years, the teachers, residents, and supporters of Clear Sky Retreat Center have created a refuge to connect with nature, individual growth, and meditation practice. The response to the Center’s offerings has been so successful that we need to expand our current amenities to keep up with the demand for extended stays at Clear Sky as well as to accommodate the growing number of meditators.

The additional facility will include a temple to provide adequate space for group meditation and other trainings, multiple bedrooms to increase our ability to provide extended stays, and a Japanese garden in the center of the complex for the enjoyment of all meditators, retreatants, and residents. While our teachings – and the temple – are based in Buddhist tradition, the teachings are non-sectarian.

Donations

Any donation amount will be helpful as we build the funds to start work on the construction project, and we are deeply grateful for your support.

You can view the construction schedule for the temple complex below, and can choose a specific part of the temple to donate to. The requested donation amount is listed for each item. While the expected year of completion is noted below, you can donate towards any item at any time.

Construction Schedule

Stage 1 (Year 2021) - Infrastructure & Renewable Energy

Bathroom In-floor Heating

Stepping onto a heated floor during the winter months is good for the body and supports our water systems to not freeze.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

 

Genkan Heating

Genkan is Japanese for entranceway. In winter having a heated area to house your footwear supports transitions in and out of the temple space.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

Internet For Class Streaming

Online classes are not negotiable if we want to have the teachings be more accessible in today’s world. It’s such a gift to be able to share these kickass teachings internationally and to connect with our practice and community.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

Water Filtration System

We have amazing water at Clear Sky and yet the minerals are heavy. To protect and care for our systems and all beings using water in the temple, we will install a water filtration system, like we have done in all other buildings at Clear Sky Centre.

Expected cost: $5,000

We are seeking 50 $100 donations

50 x $100

Septic System Bedroom Wing

To support retreatants we will require a septic system for the bedroom wing. Not as sexy as some other items, but undeniably fundamental!

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 200 $100 donations

200 x $100

 

Temple Water Well

Water is life! Cleansing, nourishing and alive. Your donation to the temple water well will bless many beings for centuries to come.

Expected cost: $25,000

Seeking 100 $250 donations

125 x $200

Septic System Temple

All buildings require a septic system to support the activities that take place in the temple. From the mud grows the lotus. 

Expected cost: $40,000

Seeking 200 $200 donations

200 x $200

 

Temple In-floor Heating

Heated floors in the temple support us to ground and let go deeper into our experiences with less layers.

Expected cost: $50,000

Seeking 200 $250 donations

200 x $250

Water System

We will require water in many different parts of the temple to support initiations, retreatants and general wellbeing.

Expected cost: $50,000

Seeking 200 $250 donations

200 x $250

 

Electrical System

Bringing electricity to the temple will empower us to support retreat life and ceremony life in the temple.

Expected cost: $60,000

Seeking 240 $250 donations

240 x $250

 

Stage 2 (Year 2022) - Building Foundation

Foundation Walls

Foundation work is key to our practice. We all know a strong foundation is what gives us the support and strength for breakthroughs to happen. 

Expected cost: $180,000

Seeking 1800 $100 donations

1800 x $100

Stage 3 (Year 2023/24) - Temple Meditation Garden

The Temple meditation garden, located within the inner courtyard of the temple complex, will be Japanese in style. Its features will include a pond and waterfall, a raked gravel sea, and a courtyard garden, all of the elements harmonizing to create a peaceful space for those who visit. The Japanese garden is not just a garden; it is a manifestation of the bliss and clarity of mind that is cultivated at Clear Sky.

Azalea Shrub

Evergreen azaleas (tsutsuji) have been used by Japanese landscape designers for centuries, prized for their trumpet-shaped flowers in spring. They are compact in habit and can be easily shaped into mounds (karikomi); they are effective when planted in masses. Azaleas have been hybridized in Japan for at least 500 years.

Expected cost: $1,000

Seeking 40 $25 donations

40 x $25

 

Patio Stone

Stone-paved plazas were made for the early (7th century) Japanese palaces
and, less frequently, for temples. They were ritual spaces used for ceremonial gatherings or to linger when not being used for official purposes, often adjacent to ponds with carved stone fountains. The Clear Sky temple terrace in the courtyard garden is a place to linger, appreciate the courtyard garden, and slip into beautiful meditative states.

Expected cost: $1,000

Seeking 40 $25 donations

40 x $25

 

Gravel Sea

In the karesansui or ‘dry mountain and water’ gardens of Japan, strategically and harmoniously placed rocks rise from expanses of gravel representing the sea, often raked to represent ripples in the water. The sand-and-stone creations express the ‘beauty of extra white’ (yohaku no bi), the unstated portion of the garden composition, or the unfilled space between the rocks. These scenic creations also express the Zen beauty of ‘emptiness’ (mu) or ‘no-thingness.’ 

Expected cost: $1,500

Seeking 60 $25 donations

60 x $25

 

Bridge

Bridges in the Japanese garden are made to harmonize with their surroundings, made of wood, compacted earth or stone. With their often low arching forms they fit seamlessly into the natural setting. In a practical sense, bridges function to move visitors from one garden space to the next. Bridges also represent passage, transition, leaving the secular, worldly realm and entering another, sacred space. 

Expected cost: $1,500

Seeking 60 $25 donations

60 x $25

 

Bamboo Screen

The temple courtyard garden, tsuboniwa, is enclosed by a handcrafted bamboo fence, mizugaki. Originally, mizugaki referred to a ‘fence’ of trees at the foot of a mountain or surrounding a sacred Shinto precinct, where offerings were made to local and ancestral spirits, kami. Where there are a series of enclosures such as a temple or shrine, mizugaki refers to the innermost enclosure; fitting for the Clear Sky temple garden as the temple itself forms the outer enclosure for the garden.

Expected cost: $1,500

Seeking 60 $25 donations

60 x $25

 

Stepping Stones

A feature of many Japanese gardens, stepping stones appeared as a design element in the tea gardens (roji, or ‘dewy ground’) in the late 16th century. In the tea garden, stepping stones are laid out in a way that directs our movement and thus attention to different garden scenes, or features. The close spacing of the stones encourage slow, mindful movement along the path, bringing awareness to the experience of walking itself, an activity we often take for granted.

Expected cost: $1,500

Seeking 60 $25 donations

60 x $25

Stone Lantern – Oribe-toro

Stone lanterns were first used at Buddhist temples in 8th century Japan where they lined the paths and approaches to temples and later began to be used in the same way at Shinto shrines. In the late 16th century, they appeared in the gardens of the first great tea masters like Furuta Oribe, where they served as focal points in the garden and were sometimes used to light the way to the tea house. The Oribe lantern is well-suited to the Clear Sky temple garden. With its clean lines and simple, elegant geometry it represented a new, fresh presentation of a centuries-old stone lantern carving tradition in Japan. In the same way, the Clear Sky temple represents a contemporary, cutting-edge presentation of an unbroken, authentic wisdom tradition dating to the time of the Buddha.

Expected cost: $1,500

Seeking 50 $25 donations

60 x $25

 

Courtyard Garden – tsuboniwa

The tsuboniwa is an enclosed garden linked to the residence or temple. Because it is closest to the lives of residents it is sometimes called a ‘room without a ceiling.’ Courtyard gardens are not meant to be filled. Instead, the gardener carefully arranges the elements, making full use of intangibles such as the breeze, changing sunlight, and sounds of water trickling into a stone basin to create an atmosphere of expansiveness in the small enclosed garden space.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Stone Water Basin – tsukubai

Stone water basins (tsukubai) were first used in the gardens of the late 16th century tea masters for ritual cleansing before the tea ceremony. Water trickles into the basin from a bamboo pipe (kakei), and a wooden ladle is often provided for scooping the clear water to be poured over the hands and for rinsing the mouth. In tea gardens, tsukubai were set directly on the ground, requiring guests to bend down or crouch to use them. The term ‘tsukubai’ derives from the Japanese verb ‘tsukubau’, meaning to squat or crouch, referring to the fact that one had to crouch or bend down to use the basin.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

 

Pathway

Paths became integral to the Japanese garden with the introduction of strolling and tea gardens in the late 16th century. Strolling gardens feature winding paths constructed of stepping stones, crushed gravel, sand, or packed earth. The curving paths lead visitors through a series of garden views. The destination is often hidden from sight, so that the interest and curiosity of visitors is heightened in what lies around the next bend.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

 

Rolling Hills – tsukiyama

Rolling hills are represented in the garden by elegantly contoured low earthen mounds planted with ground covers or shrubs and inlaid with clusters of artfully placed rocks. In the Japanese garden, the man-made hills (tsukiyama) often recreate real or mythical mountain scenery.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

 

Cherry Trees

Cherry trees (sakura) are planted in strolling gardens, temples, shrines and parks throughout Japan, where their canopies can reach their full size. In the temple garden, the cherry trees will shade the buildings during the summer. Meditators will be able to enjoy the garden views through their leafy tracery from within the temple, and, of course, appreciate the blossoms heralding springtime.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

 

Japanese Maple Trees

The Japanese Maple is prized for its delicate foliage and magnificent fall colors, making it a favorite in Japanese garden design. Fall maple colors (momiji) are as stunning as cherry blossoms, but lasting longer, allowing meditators to admire the display at a more relaxed pace. Retreatants will contemplate the garden scene from within the temple through the exquisite tracery of the maple grove in spring and summer, appreciating the stunning fall colors and elegant structure in winter.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

 

Waterfall

Lakes and ponds in Japanese gardens are fed by waterfalls replicating the cascades of Japanese mountain streams. The 11th century Japanese Book of Garden Making, Sakuteiki, states that wherever possible a waterfall should face the direction of the moon so that its rays can illuminate the falling water. Late-night meditators on the temple veranda will welcome the moon as it rises over Bull Mountain to create shimmering cascades in the garden pond.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

 

Garden Pond

Ponds are a central element in most Japanese gardens and represent mythical and real lakes or seas. The earliest pond gardens, with their pebbled embankments and rocky shorelines, were intended to represent ocean scenery.

Expected cost: $12,000

Seeking 120 $100 donations

120 x $100

Stage 3 (Year 2023) - Infrastructure & Renewable Energy

Mechanical Room + Equipment

The mechanical room and the equipment therein will support the day-to-day functioning of the temple complex, for the benefit of all meditators.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 160 $50 donations

160 x $50

 

Stage 3 (Year 2023) - Eco-Friendly Interior Finishes

Bedroom Doors

Bedroom doors enable meditators to sit in silence in the privacy of their own rooms or open to the hallway and garden beyond.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Bathroom Windows

With extensive glazing, natural light is experienced throughout the temple complex, even the bathrooms. A naturally lit bathroom is a joy to use.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Bull Mountain Balcony Door

Passing through this door, meditators experience the grandeur of Bull mountain through ever-changing conditions, returning to their cushions to sit with mountain-like stability.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

Bathroom Tile Floors

Appreciating the carefully chosen colors and the smooth texture of the bathroom tiles under our feet adds yet another dimension to the rich Clear Sky retreat experience

Expected cost: $3,000

Seeking 120 $25 donations

120 x $25

Genkan Side Doors

Genkan side doors allow the meditation hall and administrative spaces to remain quiet as meditators enter and exit the temple. They are integral to the experience of seclusion and quietude of the retreat experience.

Expected cost: $3,000

Seeking 120 $25 donations

120 x $25

Bathroom Ceilings

Ceilings complete the bathroom enclosure and enable meditators to incorporate mindful bodily hygiene into their daily practice.

Expected cost: $3,125

Seeking 125 $25 donations

125 x $25

Bedroom Windows

Portals to the views outside, bedroom windows will provide natural light and greater spaciousness for meditators.

Expected cost: $4,000

Seeking 80 $50 donations

80 x $50

Bedroom Carpet

Carpeted rooms will allow meditators to sit warmly and comfortably on their bedroom floors.

Expected cost: $4,000

Seeking 80 $50 donations

80 x $50

Bedroom Heaters

Bedroom heaters will keep meditators warm and comfortable, even in the depths of winter.

Expected cost: $4,000

Seeking 80 $50 donations

80 x $50

Genkan Stairs to Basement

Karma yogis will have easy access to essential items including the shrine implements by way of the stairs located at the temple entrance.

Expected cost: $4,000

Seeking 80 $50 donations

80 x $50

Bathroom Sound Proofing

Sound proofing the bathroom walls will make for a quieter, more serene experience for those in and outside the bathroom.

Expected cost: $4,000

Seeking 80 $50 donations

80 x $50

Shrine Storage Basement Walk-in Closet

This space holds the precious implements accompanying retreat empowerments and which ornament the shrine, a doorway through which we pass to experience bliss, clarity and non-clinging.

Expected cost: $4,500

Seeking 90 $50 donations

90 x $50

Meditation Hall Skylight

This uplifting centre piece connects our practice with our environment and brings us into union with the natural world. Let there be light!

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

Hallway Garden View Windows

Like many temples in Japan, floor-to-ceiling windows allow visitors and retreatants to appreciate the meditation garden from the hallway inside.

Expected cost: $6,000

Seeking 120 $50 donations

120 x $50

Meditation Garden Windows

The meditation garden windows will allow meditators to appreciate and enjoy the central garden even while inside.

Expected cost: $7,500

Seeking 150 $50 donations

150 x $50

Bull Mountain Windows

Nestled beneath Bull Mountain, you can appreciate the changing weather as you and others contemplate the changing states and experiences arising within the temple of your own being.

Expected cost: $7,500

Seeking 150 $50 donations

150 x $50

Bedroom Sound Proofing

The outer silence provided by sound proofing the bedroom walls help meditators access the inner silence, a requisite for awakening, with greater ease.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Hallway Veranda Exterior Doors

Your donation will fund the doors through which retreatants pass, stepping onto the veranda to contemplate ‘nature encapsulated’ in the garden scene before them.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Bedroom Ceilings

Safe and protected under wooden ceilings, meditators can let go into the experience of the moment with trust and ease.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Bedroom Closets

Closets offering space for retreatants belongings, allowing us to keep our rooms free and uncluttered, just like the mind will be in deep retreat.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Retreat Karma Yogi Admin Room

Karma yogis are always behind the scenes, attending to the details that make our retreat stays as comfortable and as fruitful as possible. Your donation helps create the space for them to perform selfless service.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Retreat Manager Office

Retreat managers make our courses, and our unfolding, possible. Your donation helps create the space for them to facilitate seamlessly run meditation retreats.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Genkan Floor, Ceiling, and Walls

The genkan, the traditional Japanese entryway, is a space unto itself where guests can linger upon entering or leaving the Temple. 

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Meditation Hall Cedar Plank Ceiling

The cedar plank ceiling will cover and protect meditators as they unfold within the temple.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Temple Meditation Hall Hardwood Floor

A beautiful and uplifting floor for sitting and walking meditations.

Expected cost: $12,000

Seeking 120 $100 donations

120 x $100

Meditation Hall Cedar Panel Walls

Cedar grows in Western B.C. and is used a lot in Japan. This beautiful wood honours our roots in Japan and our centre here in Canada.

Expected cost: $15,000

Seeking 150 $100 donations

150 x $100

Breezeway Tibetan Temple Doors

These temple doors set the tone for our practice, reminding us of our great rich, authentic, unbroken spiritual tradition traced directly to the Buddha and the awakened masters who followed in his footsteps.

Expected cost: $16,000

Seeking 160 $100 donations

160 x $100

Bedroom Walls

Bedroom walls provide the enclosure, the privacy for meditators to rest or sit in the silence of their rooms at all hours of the day or night

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Bedroom Hallways

Move through the temple quietly along the hall to your bedroom, appreciating views of the meditation garden along the way. 

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Temple Balcony Doors

The doors exist between the inner and outer temple.

Expected cost: $25,000

Seeking 125 $200 donations

125 x $200

Stage 3 (Year 2023) - Fixtures & Furnishings

Bedroom Zabutons and Cushions

Your contribution will help furnish the temple bedrooms with zabutons and cushions, enabling retreatants to meditate in their rooms comfortably at all hours of the day and night.

Expected cost: $800

Seeking 32 $25 donations

32 x $25

Bedroom Desks

Bedroom desks offer a place to read through course materials, make notes or set our texts and rosaries.

Expected cost: $1,000

Seeking 40 $25 donations

40 x $25

Bedroom Ceiling and Table Lights

Ceiling and table lights allow meditators to practice well into the night and early morning hours, a chance to review class notes or read through course Sadhanas.

Expected cost: $1,600

Seeking 64 $25 donations

64 x $25

Retreatant Bathroom Sinks

Bathroom sinks with low flow faucets help Clear Sky conserve water, enabling the Center continue to make ecologically sustainable choices.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Retreatant Bathroom Toilets

Your donation will help furnish Temple bathrooms with low flow toilets, holding to the Clear Sky Center bottom line of environmental sustainability.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Teaching Platform

The platform from which the Teachings are offered is another essential item for the meditation hall. Your donation makes the precious transmission of Teachings to Sangha possible.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

Breezeway Chandelier – Light in Ceiling

Lighting can create an atmosphere conducive to meditation and states of calm and a light, lively feeling as well. Your donation will fund a functional and attractive chandelier for the temple breezeway.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

Shrine Platform

The shrine platform is the lotus upon which a gem, the deity, the object of our meditation rests. Your contribution helps make the platform on which our vehicle to liberation sits, a reality.

Expected cost: $2,500

Seeking 100 $25 donations

100 x $25

Gender Neutral Bathroom Stall

Clear Sky is a socially inclusive Center – your donation will support gender neutral bathroom stalls.

Expected cost: $3,000

Seeking 60 $50 donations

60 x $50

Retreatant Bath

Your contribution will expand self-care in retreat to include relaxing and rejuvenating baths.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

Beds

Your donation for the Clear Sky beds will provide meditators with a good nights rest and a place to practice lying down meditation.

Expected cost: $6,000

Seeking 120 $50 donations

120 x $50

Meditation Hall Lighting

The meditation hall is bathed in natural light throughout the day, and lighting is key to creating an atmosphere conducive to calm and concentration for meditators practicing late into the night and early morning hours.

Expected cost: $7,500

Seeking 75 $100 donations

75 x $100

Teaching Meditation Hall Audio-Visual Online Class Equipment

State-of-the-art audio visual equipment benefits not only onsite retreatants, but also makes the teachings available to the greater Clear Sky community worldwide. Your donation will contribute to more speedy onsite and global awakening.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Stage 3 (Year 2023) - Environmentally-Safe Architectural Details

Bull Mountain Balcony Stairs

Climb the stairs that lead to the balcony where Bull Mountain can be appreciated in all its glory at most any hour of the day or night. Return to your cushion refreshed and invigorated.

Expected cost: $2,000

Seeking 80 $25 donations

80 x $25

Breezeway Entrance Ramp

Your contribution will help fund an entry ramp providing temple access for carts, equipment and wheelchairs, and those not easily able to negotiate stairs.

Expected cost: $3,000

Seeking 120 $25 donations

120 x $25

Exterior Roof for Genkan

Your contribution will support the covering of the Japanese-inspired entryway, where Temple guests linger upon entering and exiting the temple.

Expected cost: $5,000

Seeking 100 $50 donations

100 x $50

Temple Entry Doors

Passing through the temple doorway we leave our worldly concerns behind as we enter the temple, the outer container supporting our speedy unfoldment.

Expected cost: $6,000

Seeking 60 $100 donations

60 x $100

Hallway Verandas

The hallway verandas provide a space from which meditators will be able to enjoy the meditation garden.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Hallway Veranda Overhangs

Overhangs provide shelter from the elements for meditators on the veranda, enabling retreatants to fully experience the meditation garden throughout the seasons.

Expected cost: $8,000

Seeking 80 $100 donations

80 x $100

Exterior Roof for the Bedroom Wing

Your donation will help provide shelter for retreatants, one of the four requisites for awakening.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Bull Mountain View Overhang

Your donation will help fund the overhang that will allow retreatants to contemplate Bull Mountain from the balcony, rain or shine.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Exterior Roof for the Office Admin Wing

The roof will shelter the space where karma yogis perform the tasks essential to your smoothly-run stay at the Center, creating a space in which you can easily unfold..

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Bull Mountain View Balcony

Step out onto the balcony for a breath of fresh air and witness the ever-changing beauty of Bull Mountain, then return to your cushion invigorated to sit with mountain-like stability.

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Temple Green Metal Roof

This standing-seam metal roof is an attractive and sustainable way to cover the Temple.

Expected cost: $25,000

Seeking 100 $250 donations

100 x $250

Stage 3 (Year 2023) - Meditation Garden

Meditation Hall Garden Walking Veranda

In the time-honored Buddhist tradition, meditation is divided into sessions of sitting, standing and walking. Your donation helps fund a space to be used for the practice of walking meditation.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Roof for Walking Path

Your contribution will help shelter the space dedicated to the practice of walking meditation.

Expected cost: $10,000

Seeking 100 $100 donations

100 x $100

Stage 4 (Year 2024) - Eco-Friendly Interior/Exterior Paneling

Temple Sound Proofing

There is nothing so blissful as outer silence in deep retreat. The outer silence made possible by sound proofing material means inner silence is soon to follow.

Expected cost: $15,000

Seeking 150 $100 donations

150 x $100

Fire Smart Exterior Siding Temple

More than ever before, fires have become a building concern. Your contribution will help Clear Sky protect its temple with fire-smart exterior siding.

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Fire Smart Exterior Siding Entrance Wing

Your contribution will enable Clear Sky to protect its temple complex from fire, including the entry wing, with the installation of fire-smart exterior siding.

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Fire Smart Exterior Siding Bedroom Wing

Your donation will help retreatants rest easily knowing their rooms are protected by fire-smart exterior siding.

Expected cost: $20,000

Seeking 100 $200 donations

100 x $200

Drywall Alternative for Interior Wall

Your donation will help fund a more sustainable alternative to drywall for the building interior walls.

Expected cost: $25,000

Seeking 100 $250 donations

100 x $250

Eco-Friendly Wood Building Insulation

Help Clear Sky continue its commitment to environmental sustainability by funding eco-friendly insulation for the Temple buildings.

Expected cost: $25,000

Seeking 100 $250 donations

100 x $250