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Posted October 17, 2011
ISKCON Chapter 11 - Last
Regularly Scheduled Payment
The last regularly scheduled payment due Class 5
claimants under the ISKCON Chapter 11 Reorganization Plan will be disbursed in mid November 2011.
This disbursement will combine both the SEP 2009 and the SEP 2011 payments in one check.
Send an email with your contact information to if you
have not received your check by early December 2011.
If you have changed your mailing address since the APR 2011 disbursement and have not
notified the Trustee of that change, be sure to do so by filling out a Change of Address form available from
and emailing it back.
Posted June 22, 2006 [Updated September 1, 2007]
Court Approves Distribution in ISKCON Chapter 11 Case
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in both California and West Virginia today granted ISKCON's motion
to estimate claims for the purpose of distribution. Approval by the court provides the disbursement Trustee with
legal authority to begin making compensation payments this month to well over 600 tort claimants.
Today's proceedings cap two years of federal court litigation and four years of
reorganization proceedings in which ISKCON institutionally acknowledged abuse and agreed to compensate hundreds of
children who attended Krishna schools worldwide. Every abused former student was invited to timely take part in a
$9.5 Million dollar compensation fund.
That fund is being cooperatively created by contributions from ISKCON Temples, GBC members
(past and present), Gurus and Sannyasis, the BBT, other ISKCON projects, as well as from devotees, friends and
supporters worldwide. By acknowledging the past and cooperatively creating a compensation fund, no ISKCON Temple
anywhere in the world had to be closed or sold.
Support for this revolutionary legal approach which, in effect, invited claims against ISKCON
was the direct result of a worldwide consensus of ISKCON membership, and may accurately be viewed as an unequivocal
expression in loving support of all of those children who suffered simply unimaginable abuse.
If you are a claimant and have not yet received an address confirmation letter from the
Trustee, or a compensation matrix sheet from bankruptcy counsel, then send an email to
with your legal name, Krishna name and current address.
Updated September 1, 2007: The date to file a claim is officially passed and closed,
and no further claims will be processed.
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