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The Lama Tsongkhapa Teachers Fund was very happy to support the Geluk International Foundation which is establishing an office at Ganden Monastery, Tibet, as well as accommodation for Ganden Tripa by donating $4,518 for two computers and office equipment and furniture.
Please read a letter of thanks from the President of the Geluk International Foundation.
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How Can You Help?
The Puja Fund sponsors pujas specifically chosen by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and performed by up to 9,000 Sangha. These pujas and practices are offered on auspicious days of the Buddhist calendar with extensive dedications. Additionally, monthly offerings of gold, saffron, brocade and umbrellas are made to stupas and statues in India, Nepal and Tibet. more…
The Animal Liberation Fund supports ongoing animal liberations which includes offering extensive prayers dedicated to the long life of others. Supporting animal liberations creates the cause for long life for the animals, for oneself, and for those to whom the prayers are dedicated. more…
Qualified Western teachers and practitioners are essential to the successful transmission of the Dharma to the West. The Education Scholarship and Development Fund provides the funding needed to create our comprehensive educational programs and helps financially support our students all over the world. more…
The Lama Tsongkhapa Teachers Fund preserves the unbroken Tsongkhapa lineage, and cultivates the foremost scholars of tomorrow. The fund provides a monthly stipend for the abbots and senior teachers of Sera, Drepung, Ganden, Rato and Tashi Lhunpo monasteries, and Gyume and Gyuto tantric colleges. The fund also enables hundreds of monks to attend the annual Gelugpa exam and monks and nuns to attend the annual winter debate in India and Nepal. more…
Lama Zopa Rinpoche Bodhichitta Fund enables Rinpoche’s compassionate service to others to flourish. All the offerings from the fund are used toward the creation of holy objects around the world; sponsoring young tulkus, high lamas and Sangha in India, Nepal, Tibet and the West; supporting FPMT centers, projects and services; sponsoring Dharma retreats and events; funding animal liberations, and much more. more…
The Long Life Puja Fund offers annual long life pujas to our immeasurably precious teachers: His Holiness the Dalai Lama and our Spiritual Director, Lama Zopa Rinpoche. The long life puja purifies the relationship between teacher and disciple, and creates the karmic cause for the teacher to remain among us. more…
The Prajnaparamita Project provides the material resources needed to write out the Prajnaparamita Sutra in pure gold. This is one of the main ways to create the causes needed to build the Maitreya Buddha statue in India, according to Lama Zopa Rinpoche. This fund is also used for sponsoring the writing out the Sanghata and Diamond Cutter Sutras in pure gold and silver. more…
The Preserving the Lineage Fund sponsors ongoing initiations and oral transmissions which Lama Zopa Rinpoche has identified as essential for the preservation of the Dharma. This fund also sponsors the printing of Dharma texts and large teaching events, such as those offered by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. more…
The Tibet Health Services Project is dedicated to providing needed and quality health services in Tibet and to the Tibetan community in India through supporting such initiatives as The Amdo Eye Hospital, Outreach Microsurgery Eye Clinics and other hospitals in Tibet. more…
As the Dharma takes root in the West, clear and accurate translations of the classic texts are essential. The FPMT Translation Fund supports this critical work with translation from the original Tibetan into English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Mongolian, and other languages. Sponsoring translations of Dharma texts is an incredible way to accumulate the positive energy of merit. more…
International Office offers support for all FPMT centers, projects, and services worldwide. FPMT centers, projects and services help their local communities through Dharma education, hospice services, health care, essential education schools, helping prisoners, and publishing books. more…
FPMT Education programs and materials are among the finest available in the world. Until now, the financial support needed to produce these first rate programs and materials has been provided by private sponsors. The merit of sponsoring Dharma publications is immense – please join us! more…
Overseeing all of the projects is FPMT International Office, which is responsible for coordinating the vast efforts of the ever-growing FPMT organization, which is making Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s vision a reality. “There will be a great uplifting, a rising up, an uplifting…FPMT will be like the sun rising in the world.” —Lama Zopa Rinpoche more…
Gifts to the Most Needed Fund will be used where they will do the greatest good to fulfill the mission of FPMT Inc. This includes supporting the activities of the FPMT International Office, such as developing and distributing educational materials and programs, communicating through FPMT websites, Mandala magazine, social media and newsletters, providing live webcasts of Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s teachings, managing all of the FPMT charitable projects, and supporting FPMT centers, services, and study groups. The Fund also provides for urgent needs and critical shortfalls in ongoing commitments and grants from FPMT charitable projects, as well as new projects and unanticipated needs not provided for elsewhere.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche works tirelessly for the benefit of all sentient beings, wherever he is, 24 hours a day. Those of us who work for FPMT’s International Office and its centers worldwide have the incredible fortune of being able to help implement Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s vision for peace and happiness every day. You too can contribute your work to this effort by Working a Day for Rinpoche. more…
The International Mahayana Institute has established the Lama Yeshe Sangha Fund (LYSF), which, with the support of generous benefactors, is helping IMI sangha become properly qualified to teach and serve sentient beings. At present, the Fund can support only a few of the IMI’s members who have no other financial resources or benefactors. more…
In the West there are very few places that meet the criteria for successful solitary retreat. Land of Shiné – 500 acres at Big Sur on the California Coast – is such a place. Please consider supporting the tradition of long retreat in the West by making a donation. Your help directly benefits those long-term meditators on the land, plus contributes to maintenance and development. more…
Lama Zopa Rinpoche wishes to build 1000 statues of Maitreya Buddha. Two statues are planned in India. Both are being built to provide enduring monuments to the quality of loving-kindness, and to bring as much benefit as possible, for as long as possible – spiritually, in education and healthcare, and economically, through the direct and indirect creation of employment opportunities. more…
Lama Zopa Rinpoche established FPMT Mongolia at the end of 1999, specifically to re-ignite Buddhist culture in Mongolia and to help provide social support, food and education to the poor and under-privileged. The FPMT Mongolia website provides information and images concerning this important project. more…
In 2003, Lama Zopa Rinpoche was requested by Drukpa Rinpoche, a Bhutanese Lama, to take care of his remote monastery and nunnery in the Tsum valley, located in the northern border area of Nepal close to Tibet. The monks and nuns of the two places were in desperate need of help, being unable to support themselves any longer. Lama Zopa Rinpoche asked Tenzin Zopa, a disciple of Geshe Lama Konchok, to take on the task of finding support for the people of Tsum. more…
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If you prefer to mail a donation send a check in US dollars to FPMT Inc. with the Project Name on the check to FPMT Inc, 1632 SE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97214-4702, USA
Donations to Multiple Projects: Please click here to make a donation to multiple projects at once.
- Donations made to the funds are tax-deductible within the United States in accordance with IRS Code article 501(C)(3) to the extent allowed by law.
- FPMT has established these projects as designated purpose funds, which with the support of generous benefactors, supports the work of FPMT’s affiliates. All donations made to these funds are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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GoodShop for FPMT*
GoodShop.com is a new online shopping mall which donates up to 37 percent of each purchase to FPMT’s cause! Hundreds of great stores including Amazon, Target, Gap, Best Buy, ebay, Macy’s and Barnes & Noble have teamed up with GoodShop and every time you place an order, you’ll be supporting our cause.
*Bookmark this link http://GoodShop.com/?charityid=216726 and use it every time you shop on the internet! Just select your store and start shopping.
What if the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) earned a penny every time you searched the Internet? Now it can!
GoodSearch.com is a new Yahoo-powered search engine, with a unique social mission… every time you use GoodSearch, money is generated for FPMT.
GoodSearch donates half its revenue, about a penny per search, to FPMT. The pennies quickly add up. For example, if 1,000 supporters searched just twice a day, we would receive an estimated $7,300 per year to help fund our programs.
What’s great is that you use GoodSearch just as you would any search engine. Again, it’s powered by Yahoo!, so you get proven, high-quality results.
Just follow the three easy steps outlined below. The more people who use this search tool, the more money we’ll earn so please spread the word!
Don’t want to install a toolbar? You can use GoodSearch by directly visiting their website. Just bookmark this link www.goodsearch.com/?charityid=216726and visit the page every time you search the internet!
1) Download and Install a Toolbar for your Internet Browser
2) Add “FPMT” as “My Charity”
- Add us to your newly installed Toolbar where it says “My Charity”. It is important that you add our name exactly as listed below:
3) Use your new GoodSearch toolbar every time you use the Internet
- Remember… every time you use GoodSearch, money is generated for FPMT projects!
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