You can help

In News on June 29, 2012 at 2:57 pm

Due to the continuous efforts of many sponsors around the globe and the team of the Benchen monastery, Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche’s plan to turn an already existing shell building at the property into the nunnery has come true! As you can see – the results are promising! The two-storey building is equiped with individual rooms, kitchen and bathroom downstairs as well as Gompa and some additional retreat rooms upstairs. It provides stable conditions for the women who wish to practice and study the Dharma in the Benchen tradition there.


Even though the construction works have been succesfully completed, the project still needs your ongoing support! In order to cover daily costs of the building – electricity, gas, water supply etc. – as well as food and practice materials for the nuns, there is appx. 1000,- EUR needed every month.

You can help to bring Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche’s vision to perfect fruition by sponsoring just any amount of money! You can either install one time payment or send a money on a monthly basis.

There are many possibilities to transfer the money:

1. To the account in Germany:

Name: Dharma Haus Benchen Tashi Ling e.V.
Account Number: 406 807 7600
BLZ: 43060967
Bank: GLS
IBAN: DE76 4306 0967 4068 0776 00
Reference: Nunnery

2. To the account in Poland – for the account details please contact Benchen Karma Kagyu Association in Poland http://buddyzm.eu/index.php?lang=pl

3.Via PayPal to dharma.haus(at)aol.com

For all the information please don’t hesitate to contact:

the Trust of the Dharma Haus Benchen Tashi Ling in Cologne, Germany

Dharma Haus Benchen Tashi Ling e.V.
co / Boldt
Thürmchenswall 6
D – 50668 Köln
Tel. +49 261 1335599 (Lioba & Martin) and +49 221 12062900 (Thea & Tim Tashi)
Email: dharma.haus@aol.com


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