Support the Tsum Project

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 Nepal close to Tibet. Now there are 80 nuns and 20 monks living there throughout the year.

The Tsum project was established to take care of these sangha communities. You can make an offering to support them for food, medicines and education needs. You name will be included in the daily prayers.

All donations are made in US Dollars.

 *These donations and payments are processed on behalf of Kopan by FPMT International Office. These donations are NOT tax-deductible within the United States.

 

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Need Further Support? 

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