Join us for our next live Covid crisis event and hear directly from the founders of Nirman, Santosh and Vaishali, who have given their lives to raise awareness of the issues faced by Nomadic Tribal communities in Maharashtra. Register here: https://appeals.karuna.org/get-involved
Join us for our next live event and hear from our newly ordained Srirajni, who has been working for Karuna for the last five years. She volunteered on her first Karuna appeal in June 2016 and since then continued to work for Karuna. Srirajni will be sharing her experience of the many benefits of doing Karuna appeals and how fundraising is a path of spiritual practice.
From The Abhayaratna Trust, FutureDharma Fund / India Dhamma Trust and The Karuna Trust.
The Abhayaratna Trust, Karuna Trust and FutureDharma / IDT are working together with our partners in India to coordinate relief to people and projects affected by the devastating second and third waves of COVID in India.
The remits of the three charities are different – the Abhayaratna Trust works with individual order members, Karuna Trust with the wider community and FutureDharma / with Triratna movement organisations and projects...
Join us for our next live Covid crisis event and hear directly from Pratibha who works for Karuna in Germany. Recently back from India, she witnessed the heartbreaking reality happening right now for women and girls and how women are disproportionately impacted during the pandemic.
I hope we all remember how migrant labourers suffered during the sudden lockdown last year in India. The first thing that comes to my mind are images of ‘tired feet’ and ’hunger’. I can not believe millions of feet had to walk thousands of miles to get their homes, and many of them never made it.
One of my inspirations from India is Ashif Shaikh, the founder of ‘Jan Sahas’ (‘People’s...
I do Karuna appeal not because they are easy, in fact, they are never easy. But in my deepest sense, I know they make difference to myself and my brothers and sisters in India. In my opinion, one of the best practical application is available in our community to help others.
I like what Sangharakshita said, “Karuna appeal is a spiritual practice because you are doing something for others”
Join our long-term project partner, Aryaketu, for an inspiring and informative talk on his new emergency ambulance project ‘Your Life Now On Our Wheel’TONIGHT @ 7pm-8pm.
Register here: https://appeals.karuna.org/get-involved
As most of you know the situation in India is again becoming desperate.
This second wave of COVID-19 is spreading faster; infection rates are more than double than at the previous peak and health facilities are being overwhelmed. Night curfews and local lockdowns are still paralysing many states, with devastating consequences for migrant workers. As before, it is the most vulnerable and marginalised people suffering most.
Looking for connection post lockdown? We could do with your help.
We warmly invite you to join me Sanghamani, Sanghanath and Akashamitra next Thursday 18th March, 5-6pm for our live 2021 appeals event to learn how the pandemic has directly impacted the most marginalised communities and the life saving impact Karuna funding has had.
Find out how you can join in solidarity by participating in this years online/home town based appeals to help change the lives of future generations.
The Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Cultural Institute (ITBCI) School was established 67 years ago by the previous Dhardo Rimpoche, one of Sangharakshita’s main teachers, to protect Tibetan and Himalayan Art and Culture. In late December 2020 Karuna Trust, who funds 60% of the school’s overall budget, was informed that the Trustees of the ITBCI in Kalimpong, which is now led by the new Dhardo Rimpoche, had made the decision to close the school in December 2021.