The Abhayaratna Trust is responding to the financial hardship resulting from the spread of Covid-19 by offering short term relief through cash grants of up to £500 per Order member as support at this time.
Many Order members are self-employed and the sudden loss of income has left some of them without the resources to pay food and utility bills and with rent shortfalls. Access to state benefits can be too slow or not available in many countries. ...
Our Future Dharma – helping Triratna to grow and respond to a suffering world.
This year FutureDharma is passing on £142,000 to key Triratna projects and initiatives in the UK, Europe and India, which is a significant step-up in funding for the movement. We are now launching a second funding round which will be even more ambitious with a view to releasing grants for later in 2017 and for 2018.
We would welcome - from Triratna worldwide - expressions of interest and...
Inter-Buddhist (2011) Here are some of the ways Triratna is active in inter-Buddhist networking:
In the UK it is an active member of the NBO (Network of Buddhist Organisations), with Dhammarati and Lokabandhu on the Activities committee – Munisha also attends as a representative from ClearVision. The NBO is a well-respected UK umbrella group.
By Munisha on Fri, 17 Oct, 2014 - 00:27Every year, Triratna’s European Chairs’ Assembly (ECA) awards a number of small grants from its Growth Fund. This year five grants were made, to a total of GBP 3,575. Your Centre, group or project may like to consider applying next year.
Growth Fund grants are made to projects leading to an increase in numbers of people attending Triratna classes in basic meditation and Dharma:
a. existing Centres giving birth to new groups and Centres in their...