The Tibet Fund in coordination with Tibetan Homes Foundation (THF), Mussoorie is organizing five-week cultural exchange program for overseas Tibetan students from the age-group of 12 -18.  The program aims to educate and strengthen the Tibetan identity of these children with an effort to connect them to their roots.  The 2015 program will be held from July 3rd to August 7th, 2015, which will include Local Tour in and around Doon Valley. The deadline for registration has been set for June 10, 2015.

For more information on the program please contact Mr. Tenzing Choephel Chumeego at tchoephel@tibetfund.org or

Click on 2015 Thundrel Announcement and 2015 Thundrel Registration form.

Deputy Project Director in Dharamsala, India

For USAID Funded Education and Health Projects for Tibetan Communities in India and Nepal

The Tibet Fund is currently recruiting a Deputy Project Director to support the management and monitoring of two USAID funded projects, the Tibet Education Project and Tibetan Health System Capacity Strengthening project. Tibetan-speaking candidates are especially encouraged to apply. Projects, job responsibilities, and desired qualifications.

For more information about this job, please click here. Applicants should send current resume and cover letter by email referencing in the subject line of the email “Tibet Fund DPD Application” to:  jobs@tibetfund.org


Dear Friends, 

Sharing can be a rewarding experience, and sharing with those in need can be even more fulfilling. You can make a child smile while doing your part to sustain the Tibetan people. 

The Tibetan Homes Foundation is a registered charitable organization founded by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. We are engaged in community programs at the grassroots level to meet the needs of displaced Tibetans, particularly those most vulnerable—children and the elderly. THF’s work includes support for families, education, healthcare, livelihoods, and care for senior citizens.

More than five decades have passed since Tibetans were forced into exile. However, many in the exile community struggle to meet their basic needs. We believe the way forward for the community\is to preserve the language and culture of Tibet through comprehensive education programs for children to empower successive generations. To help THF to continue to care for the 2,400 children presently under its support, please consider becoming a THF SNOWBALL member by donating one dollar a month to the THF SNOWBALL PROJECT. 

The Tibet Fund manages the Snowball Project in the U.S. To become a member, please contact The Tibet Fund at info@tibetfund.org. For more information please click here

Detailed information about membership:
US Members

$13.50 –$12:
Annual membership ($1.50 processing fee)

$65.50 – $60:
5-Year membership ($5.50 processing fee)

$630.00 – $600:
Life membership ($30 processing fee)

US Members

Others Countries

$14.00 –$12:
Annual membeship ($2.00 processing fee)

$66.50 – $60:
5-Year membership ($6.50 processing fee)

$655.00 – $600:
Life membership ($55 processing fee)

Others Countries

A Special Event Organized by the Tibet Fund
How the Courage to be Compassionate Can Transform our Lives
A Workshop by Thupten Jinpa, PhD
7-9 pm, May 6, 2015
Community Church of New York, 40 E 35th St, New York

This is a rare opportunity to work in an intimate classroom setting with Thupten Jinpa, Ph.D, the longtime English translator to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and an expert in Buddhism and a noted thought leader in his own right.

Drawing on his newly released book, A Fearless Heart: How the Courage to Be Compassionate Can Transform Our Lives. For more information about this workshop, please click here

**All proceeds from this workshop will go to The Tibet Fund to be utilized for humanitarian purposes.

VIP seat: $150 *VIP seat includes a signed book
Premium seat: $50
General seat: $25

Dr. Thupten Jinpa Workshop

A Fearless Heart Book


· Where? College for Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarah Dharamsala, India
· When? July 1-August 7, 2015
· For Whom? Tibetan youths over 17 years of age; 30 seats available
· What?  Courses in: Meditation, Tibetan Language, Tibetan Culture and Civilization, Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy and Practice; Exciting excursions to: Tsuglaghang, Mcleodganj on 6th July, H.H. the Birthday Celebration, Norbulingka Institute, the center for the preservation of Tibetan culture, Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts and Central Tibetan Administration
· Benefits? You will return home with the equivalent of one semester of study (+80hrs.); credits may be used toward completion of the foreign language requirement of most bachelor’s degrees; valuable knowledge and experience; Certificate of achievement!
· Deadline? June 1, 2015 For more information about this program, please click here or contact Mr. Tenzing Choephel at: tchoephel@tibetfund.org


The Tibet Fund is seeking to raise $250,000 to fully fund the Professional Scholarship Program.  His Holiness the Dalai Lama considers the education of the upcoming generation of Tibetans to be the highest priority of the exile community. He has said that the future of the Tibetan people depends upon well-educated community leaders who safeguard the traditional values of Tibet while integrating the knowledge and skills to be gained in modern education. It is with this in mind that the Tibet Fund began the PSP in 2009.

The Professional Scholarship Program provides scholarships to Tibetan refugee students living in India, Nepal and Bhutan, who are working towards professional degrees in the fields of healthcare, engineering, science and community development. The goal of the program is to enhance the human resources present within the Tibetan exile community. By helping young Tibetans to pursue professional degrees and serve their community, the program hopes to significantly impact the Tibetan people’s welfare and long-term sustainability. The PSP will enable the Tibetan community in exile to become more self-sufficient and will contribute to the overall cohesiveness of the settlements, thereby contributing to the survival of Tibetan culture and identity.

The Tibet Fund currently has $200,000 earmarked for the Professional Scholarship Program, which would be exhausted in five years without additional support.

In order to raise additional funds for the program, The Tibet Fund hopes to invest its current funds into an Indian time deposit Rupee account in Dharamsala, where the current interest rate stands at roughly 9.25%. If this account held $400,000, the yearly interest from the combined funds would be enough to pay for the scholarship of 40 professional students per year. This would allow 400 students to complete their professional education in the next ten years without drawing money from the principle amount held in the account. Thus, with help from donors and the community, we are aiming to raise $250,000 in order to continue the work of the PSP for the next ten years. Click here to find out more…

Mario Cantone, comedian, screenwriter, star of Broadway, The View and Sex in the City, lends his time, friendship and star power to The Tibet Fund to help raise funds for our Professional Scholarship Program.

>view Mario's video<

Thank you Mario!

Tibetan music sampled from Tenzin Choegyal’s latest new song Om Ma Ni Phad May Hum.  Go to www.tenzinchoegyal.com to hear more.

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