SUPPORT Texas Gaushala
There are multiple ways you can make a donation:
Mail: Please make checks payable to Texas Gaushala and mail to 20303 Kickapoo Rd, Waller TX 77484.
Website: Make your online donations using the form below via PayPal or your credit/debit card. We recommend using PayPal for setting up recurring donations starting from one dollar a day
Zelle or Venmo: You can find us by searching for firstname.lastname@example.org
Matching Donations by your company
Many companies in USA have matching programs for registered charities. As a registered 501(c)(3) organization, Texas Gaushala is eligible to receive matching contributions. If you are making a donation with us, please kindly check with your employer if matching donations are supported. This would be of great help as it would facilitate for more cows and their barn. Please contact us at email@example.com for more details.
Cows are gentle, interesting and full of positive energy animals. Shower your love and care by supporting them! Texas Gaushala is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization with
Fed ID# 87-2324064 All donations are tax-deductible.
Our Donation Schemes
Dollar-A-Day GauGras$3030$Every monthRecurring $30/month to portion feed every day
Feed every Ekadashi$5151$Every monthContribute $51 every month to feed cows for every Ekadashi
Monthly GauGras$101101$Every monthFeed all cows for a day
Yearly Gau Grass$365365$Every year
Platinum GauGras$501501$Every monthRecurring monthly donation to adopt & feed a cow for a year
Feed every Anniversary$251251$Every yearFeed all cows for a day Every Year
Celebrate Birthday$251251$Every yearThis plan would provide feed on Every Birthday
Grass bales for a Month$1,0081,008$One-time donation for 2 months worth of alfa-alfa grassValid for one month
Gau grass Bale feed$151151$This plan will sponsor a single bale for the cows.Valid for 7 days
Know the difference
Gau Daan (Donate Cow)
"Gau daan" is a term used in the context of Hinduism and is associated with the act of donating or gifting a cow. Cows are considered sacred in Hinduism, and the act of gau daan is often seen as a virtuous and meritorious deed.
In Hindu culture, cows are revered as symbols of non-violence, grace, and selfless giving. Gau daan is often performed as a charitable and cultural act, with the belief that donating a cow can bring spiritual benefits to the donor. It is also considered a form of charity that supports the well-being of the community, as cows provide various resources assistance in agricultural activities.
The practice of gau daan is sometimes associated with specific religious ceremonies or festivals, where individuals or families may choose to donate a cow to a Gaushala or to those in need. This act is believed to accumulate positive karma and contribute to the welfare of society.
It's important to note that while gau daan has spiritual and cultural significance, in contemporary times, it's essential to approach such practices with respect for the well-being of the animals involved. If considering gau daan or similar charitable acts involving livestock, it's advisable to work with reputable organizations or religious institutions that prioritize the ethical treatment and welfare of the animals.
One would cover the total cow cost in addition to food and medical costs for a year. They can choose to continue covering food and medical expenses, but will have to make additional yearly donations of adopting a cow as well.
Adopting a cow
Adopting a cow can be a meaningful and compassionate choice, especially if you're interested in supporting animal welfare or sustainable agriculture. However, it's essential to clarify what you mean by "adopting a cow," as there are different ways to interpret that phrase.
Cow Adoption Programs: Texas Gaushala offer programs where you can symbolically adopt a cows. In such cases, you typically make a donation, and in return, you receive information about the specific cow you are supporting. This can include updates on the cow's well-being, pictures, and even visits to the Texas Gaushala.
Sponsoring a cow often involves contributing to their ongoing care, including food, veterinary expenses, and a safe place to live.
Texas Gaushala aimed at preserving specific breeds, promoting sustainable farming practices, or educating the public about the importance of ethical treatment of cows.
Before deciding to adopt or sponsor a cow, it's a good idea to research that aligns with your values and ensures the well-being of the animals involved. Additionally, consider the long-term commitment, as adopting a cow, even symbolically, may involve ongoing financial support.
If you're interested in physical interaction with cows, visiting Texas Gaushala or participating in volunteer programs can be a fulfilling way to connect with our cows and contribute to their welfare.