Donation Drive

14 January 2018

Help build our Dhamma School

Nalanda Dhamma School was established in 2005 to provide holistic Buddhist education to teenagers aged 13 to 18.  Over the past 13 years, the School has produced many outstanding young Buddhist leaders and activists who are contributing energetically to the Buddha-Sasana today.

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8 January 2018

‘K. Sri Dhammananda Centre’ Project

The proposed ‘K. Sri Dhammananda Centre’ located in Sri Serdang, Selangor is a facility dedicated to holistic community education, especially to cater for the expansion of Nalanda Dhamma School.

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10 November 2017

Donation drive to assist flood victims

Theravāda Buddhist Council of Malaysia (TBCM) and Malaysian Buddhist Association (MBA) are jointly coordinating a flood relief campaign to collect donations to assist victims of the ongoing flooding in Penang and Kedah.  The flood is the most serious to have hit the northern states in decades.

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26 June 2017

“Sri Lanka Relief Fund” handed to Theravāda Council

Nalanda Buddhist Society members and devotees were very concerned about the recent floods which devastated parts of Sri Lanka, and caused severe damages with hundreds of casualties.  A public donation drive was immediately launched by several Buddhist organisations to raise money for flood relief and reconstruction work; Nalanda’s donation campaign lasted from 30 May to 16 June.

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25 June 2017

Printing new books for July

Nalanda Buddhist Society is planning to print a few titles of Dhamma books authored by revered Thai teacher and philosopher-monk, Ajahn Buddhadāsa (1906-1993) for free distribution.

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21 June 2017

Sponsoring book printing

Nalanda Buddhist Society is planning to print a Dhamma book authored by Ajahn Buddhadāsa (1906-1993), a revered teacher who attracted many disciples to his monastery – Suan Mokkh in Chaiya, Thailand – to learn and practise Dhamma.

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12 June 2017

“Sri Lanka Relief Fund” closing Friday

The devastating floods which hit Sri Lanka recently caused hundreds of deaths and resulted in widespread damages to infrastructure, homes, and temples.  Nalanda had set up a fund to help with relief and recovery work in Sri Lanka.  We are grateful to the public who donated generously to help affected communities there to recover from this critical disaster.

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30 May 2017

Sri Lanka inundated by monsoon flood

Report by Samantha Beech & Spencer Feingold.

CNN reported on 29 May that at least 151 people have been killed and 111 are missing (please read the latest updates at the bottom of this article) due to floodings from monsoon rains across southwestern portions of Sri Lanka, according to the country’s Ministry of Disaster Management.  The severe weather has also displaced nearly half a million people, and triggered landslides throughout the country.

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