Do something radical this BAM and come and join our next 6 week’s women’s Karuna appeal which begins on June 10th in London.
By becoming a Karuna fundraiser you can directly changes the lives of thousands of dalit and tribal people who face discrimination, inequality and oppression in India and Nepal.
Karuna is one of Triratna’s flagship team based right livelihoods and has been initiating social work and Dharma projects amongst some of the Worlds poorest and most disadvantaged communities since 1980. Most of £1.5...
It’s your call to change self and world! June is Buddhist Action Month (BAM)and Triratna’s Karuna Trustis celebrating with a BAM telephone campaign, 5th June - 14th July. They’re looking for a team of 6 volunteers for 6 weeks who are willing to act to create social change. The closing date for application is 22nd May.
Karuna’s NishaMothilalwrites: “Based in the Karuna office in North London, you’ll be calling our existing Karuna supporters to engage and inspire them further....
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.
Karuna is currently recruiting for an I T Manager. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining IT systems to enable our fundraising, programmes and finance teams to carry out their work as effectively as possible.
We offer a generous and flexible support package...
Karuna Trust helps some of India’s poorest people lift themselves out of poverty, including low-caste (Dalit and Tribal) people. This Triratna institution began in very grassroots fashion but was legally constituted as a charity in April 1980 - which means Karuna is officially 35 years old this year!
Karuna is largely funded by Triratna teams conducting door-to-door fundraising campaigns, mostly in Britain. In this latest NewsByte video from Clear Vision, we see another of their teams at work on a telephone fundraising campaign (5.5 minutes).
Normally a door-to-door fundraiser for Triratna development charity Karuna Trust, raising money to work among India’s poorest people, Priyadaka writes with news of a video project involving the headmaster of Dhardo Rinpoche’s school for children of Tibetan refugee families.
“Tumbling down either side of high ridges in the remote Gorkha region of northeastern India, Kalimpong has the stunning backdrop of Mount Kanchenjunga to wake up to above the morning mist.
This winter I’m heading up there for my fourth visit, once again to enjoy...
The Karuna Trust is a charity founded on the principle of ‘compassionate action based on wisdom’, the meaning of the Sanskrit word ‘Karuna’. In our 35th year we are a thriving Buddhist Team Based Right Livelihood. We give over £1million each year to help marginalised communities escape prejudice and poverty in South Asia.
We currently have the following vacancies based in our London office:
Programmes Manager (full time)
Previous programme management or international development experience preferred.