Nalandabodhi is run largely by volunteers and depends on the generosity of donors. Your contribution has a direct impact on our work, allowing us to care for our teachers, sustain our ongoing activities, and fulfill our vision to create a kinder, gentler world. If this speaks to you, please donate today.
The One Heart Mandala Fund is Nalandabodhi’s general operating fund that provides the resources for all our activities, daily operations, and special projects. It is the foundation of our organization’s financial health, and makes everything we do possible.
Including Nalandabodhi in your will or living trust is an excellent way to create a wisdom legacy for the next generation, and to share the timeless wisdom and boundless compassion of the Buddha now, and in the future.
Offering a gift of stock or other securities that have increased in value provides a way to offer support to Nalandabodhi while realizing tax benefits for yourself.
The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche Archive collects, stores, and preserves all of Rinpoche’s teachings in audio and video format. In addition to the ongoing care of these resources, the archive is working to make select recordings easily available.
Nalandabodhi Publications oversees the translation, editing, and publishing of Sanskrit and Tibetan Buddhist texts, as well as the teachings of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and our Nalandabodhi senior teachers. Ensuring that these resources are accessible to modern students is the basis of Nalandabodhi’s renowned study and practice curriculum.
Bodhi Seeds was founded by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche to help with the many needs of monastic and lay communities in the Himalayan regions of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. Bodhi Seeds is currently supporting much needed medical clinics in Rumtek, India, and Legon, Tibet.
Mind Without Borders is a prison dharma program that provides Buddhist study and practice for inmates through correspondence courses, dharma pen pals, and meditation instructors. Based out of Nalandabodhi New York, this project works to benefit some of the most stigmatized members of society.