Relief for Nepal Continues

Nepal Earthquake relief  (Lapchi)Gampopa Vajrayana Buddhist Center would like to announce the following fundraising project sponsored by “North America Drikung Kagyu Association”:

“As you are all aware of the recent tragedy that shook Nepal on Saturday April 25, 2015, the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that has taken over 6000 lives and destroyed many homes leaving thousands homeless. Many remote villages have also been badly destroyed, Lapchi being one of them. We have been notified by the members of Lapchi association that almost all of the homes in Lapchi have been destroyed, along with roads, bridges, monastery and retreat homes. A few of the people have also been injured and they were brought down to Kathmandu to be admitted in the hospital.

Monastery in Lapchi

Our nonprofit charitable North America Drikung Kagyu Association has offered to raise funds for the recovery of Lapchi village and its people. All the donations will be sent directly to the Nechok Lapchi Kaguy Milarepa Association that takes care of the Lapchi yogis and villagers. Kindly pray for all who have suffered and donate towards his fund raising effort.”

All donations are greatly appreciated! Please make your check payable to GVBC, note “Lapchi project” in memo, and mail to GVBC (6 Fox Lane, Denville, NJ 07834) by 10/01/2015. GVBC will wire all donations directly to the dedicated bank account in Nepal.

In addition, Phag Dru Monastery, which was founded by Lamchen Gylapo Rinpoche in Nepal in order to provide advanced Drikung Kagyu teachings to sangha and retreatants, is also damaged in the earthquake. We will repair and renovate the damage next year after the estimate and planning. Please make your check payable to GVBC, note “Phag Dru Monastery” in memo, and mail to GVBC (6 Fox Lane, Denville, NJ 07834).

帕竹佛學研究院 (Phag Dru monastery) 4