The simple answer is “no.”
The complex answer is that I would like for the material support to be undertaken in accordance with the early Buddhist textual sources regarding how generosity should be undertaken - in a sense, a very “by-the-book” approach, with the “book” being “‘early’ reliable Buddhist texts/sources.”
Thus, I do not wish to discriminate on the basis of sect or sectarian affiliations, but I also do not want provide material support in an indiscriminate, “equal,” or careless manner.
I wish to prioritize individual and groups of monastics to the degree that they act in accordance with the “Dhamma-Vinaya” as represented by the early sources as opposed to based on sectarian views regarding what the “Dhamma-Vinaya” is.
As you probably already know, the guidance provided in the early sources is often nuanced and multi-layered - its not always as simple as “just give to the poor/needy.”
For this reason, I am soliciting advice regarding how I can avoid common pitfalls in the process and go about this in a more feasible and suitable way.
Each question, comment, and feedback seems to prompt me to further clarify and refine my thinking on this matter, so thank you for your question, Bhante.