By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 11 Jun, 2018 - 12:08
We appreciated having Ciara Myton join our team for five Tuesdays as a volunteer. Ciara has finished her second year of a publishing degree at Oxford Brookes University, and leant her friendliness and skills to our office.
Her work towards updating prices and ‘See Inside’ book excerpts on our website was a helpful contribution. She also helped start the mountainous task of cataloguing foreign-language editions of Windhorse Pubs titles. Finally, she researched target audiences for our upcoming new book I’ll...
This year, Dharmachakra (the team behind The Buddhist Centre Online and Free Buddhist Audio) is expanding. Thanks to grants from FutureDharma and the European Chairs’ Assembly, to mark our 5th birthday as a project we’re able to grow a little and move to the next phase – finally turning our attention to sustainable mobile development for all Triratna central websites and services.
If the thought of helping us out with work on mobile applications and spaces excites you,...
One of our community members at Jayakula in beautiful Coogee Beach Sydney Australia is returning home to Scotland between April 17th and June 4th.
If you are an Order member who’d love to come and spend some time here and can think of some simple ways you could share your practice with our Coogee and Sydney Buddhist Centre Sangha, please contact me.
You’d only have to find your fare over and meet your own living expenses: accommodation in our lovely community would be free.
By Munisha on Mon, 22 Sep, 2014 - 18:05We are looking for someone to teach English as a Second Language (TESL) to young Indians from poor families, including a community of 10 young men, who are training in computer skills at the Aryaloka Computer Institute to prepare them for employment. This will help to lift them and their families out of poverty, and overcome the crippling disadvantages of caste. English is essential to success.
By lokabandhu on Wed, 18 Dec, 2013 - 19:45Dhammaloka is a UK-based Triratna charity that raises funds for Dhamma projects in India. Over the past five years it has raised a total of over UK £100,000 for a multitude of different projects, including the resident community on Triratna’s land at Bodh Gaya. Now it is seeking a bookkeeper to administer the JustGiving account and to work with the Trustees to arrange transfers of money to India when needed. This is a voluntary role but...