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SPONSOR A MONK: GYUDMED TANTRIC MONASTIC SCHOOL Sponsorship is $25 a month or $300 a year per person for food, shelter, health care and education. Your sponsorship is set up as a recurring gift at the level of support indicated. You may end the payments at any time in the future should you decide to stop sponsorship.
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One hundred percent (100%) of the funds you send to The Tibet Fund for sponsorship goes directly to the earmarked institution or individual. After you make your sponsorship donation, please also consider a General Donation at whatever level you wish so that we may continue this work. Thank You!
Monks from Gyudmed Tantric Monastic School In Need of Sponsorship
Name: Dakpa Gyaltsen
Date of Birth: May 5, 1997
Dakpa is 12 years old. He stays in the monastery to learn Buddhist philosophy, Rituals, English and Tibetan in the monastic school.
Name: Dawa Dorjee Date of Birth: February 2, 1997
Dawa studies and stayed at the monastery. He does not have any one to look after him to pay for his education.
Name: Gendun Tsering
Date of Birth: December 8, 1995
Gendun parents earn their living by working in the fields and doing petty work to earn their living. They cannot afford to support Gendun.
Name: Lobsang Gendun
Date of Birth: August 23, 1995
Lobsang joined this monastery to study and practice Buddhist Tantric and Sutric philosophy His aim is to graduate from this monastery and preserve the rich religious culture of Tibet. He is very interested in study and gives full energy to educate himself.
Name: Lhundup Choegyal
Date of Birth: November 15, 1996
Lhundup parents are farmers. Their only source of income is farming, which is not sufficient for them to give education to their children. He was admitted at the monastery to study Buddhist religious text. Lhundup is very hard working and loves reading books.
Name: Pema Chodup
Date of Birth: December 31, 2000
Pema is very hard working student. His parents do petty seasonal sweater selling business. He is the only sole earner in the family. His mother is a homemaker. They have little share of land for agriculture, which is not sufficient to feed the family and to provide school education
Name: Pema Lobsang
Date of Birth: October 1, 2000
Pema parents are farmers; they earn their living by farming paddy or corn during the farming season and do some petty business like selling sweaters at roadside during winter. His brother Pema Chodup is in the same monastery. Their parents sent them to become a monk in order to pursue monastic studies.
Name: Tenzin Lodoe
Date of Birth: July 16, 1996
Tenzin is very good in studies and had great interest in his studies. His families earn their living by farming paddy or corn during the farming season and do some petty business like selling sweaters at roadside during winter. Their source of income is not sufficient for them to offer education to all their children.
Name: Tenzin Tashi
Date of Birth: January 25, 1997
Tenzin was born in a very poor Buddhist family. The village where he was born is quite remote and inaccessible. His parents feed the family by working in the fields. His parents has great wish to send their son to become a monk.
Name: Tsering Samdup
Date of Birth: May 12, 2000
Tsering studies Buddhism. His parents are farmers but their living condition is very poor. The crops are directly dependent upon the rainwater; they do not have water irrigation facility. His parents cannot afford for his education. Tsering stays and studies at the Monastery. He is hard working and take great interest in his studies.