Tibetan Sakya Trust
Tibetan Sakya Trust

The Tibetan Sakya Trust (TST) was originally set up in 2003 as the Tibetan Culture Trust, by the venerable Khenpo Jamyang Lekshey. The role of the charity is primarily to provide support for those Tibetans, living in exile, helping to ensure the continuity of Tibetan Culture. This support is mainly, although not exclusively, provided to children and adolescents with particular regard to education, cultural, health care and social issues. A secondary function of the charity is to provide humanitarian aid globally, in the event of International catastrophies, through either man-made or natural causes.

 

 

TST Support Initiatives

 

2004/5             The Aurora Children’s village near Galle, Tsunami Appeal, Sri Lanka

2005/to date   Tibetan Children’s village and Handicraft Centre, Mcleod Gange, Dharamsala, India

2005/to date   Sakya Kunga Shedup Ling Monastery School, Darjeeling, India

2005/to date   Sakya Choepheling Institute of Higher Buddhist Studies, India

2007                Tangyud Gonpa Primary School Campus, Kazza (Spiti), India

2007/8            IBA Kathmandu, Nepal

2007/8            Kalinpo building a New School, India

2008                Pal E Wam Namgyal School in Mustang, India

2008                Supporting children with Aids, Africa

2010                Earthquake appeal, China

2010                Ambulance for Sakya Hospital, Dehradun, India

2011                Ambulance for Nunnery, India

2012                Renovation of Girls Living accommodation, Ladakh Nunnery, India

2015                Earthquake appeal, Nepal

2016                38 new children sponsored in India using group sponsorship fundraising

2016/2017    Sakya nunnery, Dehradun            

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