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FutureDharma
FutureDharma

Supporter Care Manager with complementary role/s

Posted by nanadavajra to FutureDharma on Fri, 20 Apr, 2018 - 10:28

FutureDharma Fund - pass it on

Would you like to help many more people around the world to transform their minds and lives?

Supporter Care Manager with complementary role/s (Systems Manager, Bookkeeper or Secretary)

We need robust and efficient systems to keep track of supporters’ gifts, and ongoing communication with supporters to thank and engage them further.

The core element of this role is Supporter Care Manager, ideally in combination with two smaller additional roles described below depending on your aptitude, interest and experience:

  • Supporter care: communication with our supporters
  • ...
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Community Highlights
Community Highlights

First Release From 50 Years, 50 Voices

Posted by Candradasa to Community Highlights on Wed, 18 Apr, 2018 - 23:27

50 Years, 50 Voices is our beautiful new online project to document 50 years of people’s commitment and practice within the Triratna Buddhist Order around the world.

This week we are delighted to release the first extracts from the recordings commissioned. And most fittingly these are by Ananda, one of the very first batch of Order members ordained in 1968. Here he is talking delightfully about his first meeting with Sangharakshita and his own quest for an exotic, magical way...

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Fifty Years, Fifty Voices
Fifty Years, Fifty Voices

50 Years, 50 Voices: Ananda

Posted by Satyalila to Fifty Years, Fifty Voices on Wed, 18 Apr, 2018 - 22:55

“So my impression of Bhante was that he was a magician who had some secrets that I wanted to get…”

Ananda’s Annals 
In 1968 I was a 24 year old hippy living in a Buddhist commune in Purley.  I was also a sound engineer working at the BBC.  I was ordained into the Western Buddhist Order in April 1968.

In 1978 I was an ex-hippy art student studying for a Diploma in Graphic Design at Croydon College of Art.  I also began...

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Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities
Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities

FutureDharma Fund: Supporter Care Manager with complementary role/s

Posted by nanadavajra to Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities on Fri, 13 Apr, 2018 - 12:04

FutureDharma Fund - pass it on

Would you like to help many more people around the world to transform their minds and lives?

Supporter Care Manager with complementary role/s (Systems Manager, Bookkeeper or Secretary)

We need robust and efficient systems to keep track of supporters’ gifts, and ongoing communication with supporters to thank and engage them further.

The core element of this role is Supporter Care Manager, ideally in combination with two smaller additional roles described below depending on your aptitude, interest and experience:

  • Supporter care:
  • ...
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Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities
Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities

Vacancy at Karuna - Trust Fundraiser

Posted by nanadavajra to Triratna Jobs, Volunteering and Communities on Fri, 13 Apr, 2018 - 10:33

Vacancy at Karuna

Trust Fundraiser - Full-Time

Based in our London office

Inspired by Buddhist values, Karuna exists to end caste-based discrimination, poverty and inequality in India and Nepal. Our work with individuals focuses on education, dignified livelihoods and gender equality, transforming communities and changing society.

As a fundraiser in the Karuna Leadership Gifts team you will play a critical role in maintaining and developing relationships with our existing portfolio of charitable trusts, foundations, and corporate donors. The position will also lead in the development of relationships with new...

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Karuna Trust Fundraiser2.19 MB
Buddhist Action
Buddhist Action

2017 BAM report

Posted by mokshini to Buddhist Action on Mon, 9 Apr, 2018 - 09:40

Christine Thuring is a GFR mitra living in Sheffield and has also been the UK Network of Buddhist Organisation’s BAM admin person and organiser for the last couple of years. Towards the end of last year she collaborated on a survey across different Buddhist traditions in the UK on their participation in and perception of Buddhist Action Month  - do have a look if you haven’t come across it yet! ...

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2017_bam_report_final.docx7.04 MB
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