Prajnaketu talks to Mike and Kusaladevi about their experiences of leading a Karuna appeal, the support they give to participants, and what the ‘ideal fundraiser’ looks like. Also there’s some info on how to apply to do an appeal and what to expect. Check out www.appeals.karuna.org for more!
Les bonnes nouvelles sont que nous avons déjà reçu notre don clef de 40.000€ ainsi que d’autres dons de 1.000 à 10.000€ chacun, pour un total de 26.000€ ; au total, 8 personnes ont fait un don, y compris une personne extérieure à la Communauté Triratna, qui est touchée par ce que nous faisons. Nous avons donc atteint un tiers de notre but pour les dons.
Côté virements permanents, nous en sommes à 800€ par mois sur notre but de 1.000€ par mois...
By Andrea@Karuna on Fri, 6 Feb, 2015 - 11:09Are you looking for a deeper connection with yourself and the world…an opportunity to practise generosity and live in a Buddhist community? Then look no further. A Karuna Appeal will offer all this and much more!
We have 2 spaces left for women on our Spring Appeal in London to be led by Sanghamani
We’re inviting applications from men and women for our 2015 appeals and phone campaigns.
Why do an appeal? Caste discrimination affects the lives...
By lokabandhu on Thu, 27 Mar, 2014 - 05:42Jodie Dempster writes from Triratna’s Melbourne Buddhist Centre with news of their fund-raising appeal for a new Centre - and a 3000-kilometre bike ride across Australia. She says -
“The Brunswick-based Melbourne Buddhist Centre has to find a new building. And Saddhavijaya, one of our Order Members, has come up with a novel way of raising funds – a 3000 kilometre bike ride across three states (and the capital for good measure.)
By lokabandhu on Mon, 26 Nov, 2012 - 07:05Triratna’s San Francisco Buddhist Center Sangha have been in touch with news of their progress towards a new Triratna Retreat Centre, currently emerging in the mountains of Northern California. They write -
Dear Friends: Our vision is to create a simple place for people to continue to go forth into the forest, and to go for refuge to Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. As the Buddha says in the Anapanasati Sutta - “The meditator, having gone to the...
By Andrea@Karuna on Fri, 2 Nov, 2012 - 10:50Andrea from Karuna writes: We’ve recently published our annual Karuna 2012 Newsletter highlighting our women’s empowerment work in India. We send the newsletter to all our supporters so they’re kept informed about the brilliant projects we support. Some of the women featured in it such as Sanjivani and girls such as Susimita and Priyanka have found their voices. They are not going to be silenced by prejudice and discrimination or their own fears.
By lokabandhu on Thu, 27 Sep, 2012 - 05:32Dhammavijaya, chairman of Triratna’s Croydon Buddhist Centre south of London, writes with news of their new shrine room - or at least their visions for one! He says -
“Saturday September 15th saw the launch of the Wish-Fulfilling Jewel Appeal for the creation of a new shrine room at the Croydon Buddhist Centre. An artist’s impression by Dhammasena gives an idea of what we are to create. Only the bare framework and roof of the...