Namo Buddha Foundation (Canada) provides the following humanitarian services in the Himalayan region:
1. Supplies food, clothing, medical care and education to poor children of remote Himalayan villages with no schools.
2. Supports nunneries, monasteries, schools, free clinics, retreat centres and monastic colleges in Nepal, India and Tibet.
3. Establishes and maintains Tibetan Buddhist nunneries and monasteries in Nepal, India and Tibet.
About NAMO BUDDHA FOUNDATION
Namo Buddha Foundation (Canada) was established at the request of the Venerable Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche in 2000.
Namo Buddha Foundation is a Canadian registered charitable organization founded by Thrangu Rinpoche to provide food, clothing, medical care and education to the poor children of the Himalayan region, and to support nunneries, monasteries, schools, free clinics, retreat centres and monastic colleges in Nepal and India.
Namo Buddha Foundation (Canada) receives funds, issues tax receipts for Canadians, and ensures that those funds benefit the projects and people they are intended for. A complete description of these projects can be found by visiting the Namo Buddha Foundation website at www.namobuddhacanada.org and at Thrangu Rinpoche's main website at www.rinpoche.com.
Namo Buddha Foundation (Canada) is run by volunteers who receive no financial remuneration.