Your help to our services 

You can contribute to our monastery in various ways. All of the teachings and services at the monastery are offered at no charge. This is made possible through the generosity of our supporters. If you would like to contribute financially to our work and for the maintenance of the monastery, it will help to continue our services.

Food and household supplies (Dana)

The lay community can support the monks(Sangha) by donating/ offering living requisites that the monks are dependent on.

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Financial Contributions

The lay community  can assist the monastery through financial contributions or donations for monthly monastic expenses 

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Fruitful Gifts

“Sāriputta, someone who gives gifts, not for any other reason, but thinking, ‘This is an adornment and requisite for the mind’, when their body breaks up, after death, is reborn among the gods of Brahmā’s Host. When that deed, success, fame, and sovereignty is spent they are a non-returner; they do not return to this state of existence.

– Dānamahapphalasutta (A Very Fruitful Gift) –  an 7.52 –

To purify your mind …

Furthermore, a noble disciple recollects their own generosity: ‘I’m so fortunate, so very fortunate! Among people full of the stain of stinginess I live at home rid of the stain of stinginess, freely generous, open-handed, loving to let go, committed to charity, loving to give and to share.’ When a noble disciple recollects their generosity their mind is not full of greed, hate, and delusion. At that time their mind is unswerving. They’ve left behind greed; they’re free of it and have risen above it. ‘Greed’ is a term for the five kinds of sensual stimulation. Relying on this, some sentient beings are purified in this way.

– Anussatiṭṭhānasutta (Topics for Recollection) – an6.25

Buddha says

The doer of good delights here and hereafter; he delights in both the worlds. The thought, “Good have I done,” delights him, and he delights even more when gone to realms of bliss.

 

–  The Dhammapada –