“Honey-like wealth drips away even as you collect it.
Although you earned it, others will enjoy it.
Now, while you have the power, invest it for the sustenance of your future lives,
Through earning merits by giving in charity.”
If you are inspired by what we do and would like to participate, we sincerely thank you from the depths of our hearts. Please take a moment to rejoice in your own generosity, for it achieves the twofold benefit for oneself and others.
There are two ways you may give:
- become a recurring donor or
- make a one-time contribution in any amount that you wish.
However, we encourage a recurring donation as recurring amounts inevitably lead to a large accumulation, just as drips of water fill an entire ocean.
You may choose to contribute to any or all of the following ongoing projects helmed by Maha-Sukha Foundation
- Providing food and basic necessities for the monks and nuns
- Ensuring the maintenance of the shrine halls and living quarters of the monks and nuns
Orgyen Ling Institute
- Actualizing an innovative Dharma institute of higher learning for both the monastic and lay community
- Phase 1: Purchase of land for the campus
Maha-Sukha Foundation (i.e. Mahasukha Foundation USA INC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization registered in the USA.
Federal EIN/Tax ID # 47-3461923
All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law in the US. Tax deductibility in other countries is dependent on the local rules and regulations governing charitable contributions.
Do consider dedicating the merit of your act of generosity to the flourishing of the Buddhadharma throughout the world, the long life of H.H. 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche and all genuine lineage holders of the Buddhadharma, as well as to whatever you personally wish for and to the good health your loved ones.
“You will never really know the full impact of your aspirations to help others.
Our interconnectedness is so vast and so deep that all of our positive thoughts and actions have incredibly far-reaching, beneficial effects. A pure and generous heart is beautiful and awe-inspiring.”
– Nuptul Tenpei Nyima Rinpoche