DORJEE ZONG NUNNERY FUNDRAISER
EMBODYING ALTRUISM | EMPOWERING WOMEN
is a 700 year-old Tibetan Buddhist outpost in the high attitude Himalayan region of Zanskar, Northern India. The nuns who live in this humble monastery are entirely cut off from the outside world during the long winter months. They are famed for reaching advanced levels of meditative realization in this remote and difficult setting.
TO DONATE DIRECTLY THROUGH THE TIBETAN NUNS PROJECT
- Designation choice: Select "Specific Nunnery"
- Nunnery choice: Select "Dorjee Zong"
- Order Notes: Enter "Contemplative Studies Program Tribute"
Our Service Project is undertaken in collaboration with the Tibetan Nuns Project, a registered charity founded in 1987 under the auspices of H. H. the Dalai Lama to support nuns in India from all Tibetan Buddhist lineages.
OUR SERVICE PROJECT
is a voluntary initiative led by students of the Contemplative Studies Program to raise USD $20,000 in support of the educational and medical needs of twenty-five nuns living at the Dorjee Zong Nunnery. Our group supports the preservation of Tibetan culture and is grateful to the Tibetan Buddhist lineage we are studying in the Contemplative Studies Program.
Celebrate the Merits of Raising $20,000!!
Thanks to the Avalokiteshvara Virtual Study Group members who developed a Lojong Deck as our final service offering and brought us to goal! Our donation is far-reaching when realizing the local impact of the equivalent 1,457,000 Indian Rupees at our Coronation Workshop. With gratitude to all who contributed service offerings and those who supported them, as well as other generous donors throughout the 2 years.
Current Student-led Offerings to Raise Funds for the Dorjee Zong Nunnery
For Canadian Donors
Dorjee Zong Giving Group on Charitable Impact Foundation for Canadian donors who would like a charitable receipt.
Granola For Gurus
$1400 donated by Serena's Granola Project. She has hand crafted 2 new blends: Seeds of Enlightenment and Compassion Crunch for another fundraising round. Consider joining her!
White Tara Tsa Tsa
by CSP student and sculptor Padmajyoti Lisa Hyde. Tsa tsa are a form of sacred art usually depicting a stupa, Buddha or meditation deity
is an immersive two-year training in the ancient wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism integrated with contemporary perspectives from neuroscience, trauma research and psychotherapy.
LED BY DR. MILES NEALE
Contemplative psychotherapist and author of Gradual Awakening, Miles shares with you his twenty years integrating Tibet’s ancient wisdom with neuropsychology.