Welcome To The Tibet Fund
The Tibet Fund has been the primary funding organization
for health care, education, refugee rehabilitation, religious
and cultural preservation, and community and economic
development programs serving hundreds of thousands of
Tibetan refugees living in India and Nepal.
The Tibet Fund supports systemic solutions that create
long term improvements in community health and provide
essential health services for the most vulnerable refugees.
A Message From
His Holiness The Dalai Lama
"The Tibetan people are grateful for the place they hold in the hearts and minds of so many people around the world."
The Tibet Fund, in collaboration with Online Tibetan Education (OTE) and Do-Ngak Kun-Phen Ling (DNKL), is organizing a week-long Retreat from July 23–29, 2017 at DNKL in Redding, CT for Tibetan youths 16 and over. For more information, click here
The Tibet Fund, in collaboration with Do-Ngak Kun-Phen Ling (DNKL), is organizing a three-day family retreat of Buddhist practices from June 16 – 18, 2017 at DNKL in Redding, CT for Tibetan families residing in North America. This three-day program is aimed at providing Tibetan families with an opportunity to learn Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist philosophies, and engage in different kinds of meditations. Registration deadline is June 1, 2017.
Education is the most powerful tool we can use to change the world. Sera Je Monastery in India has established the Sera Je Secondary School to raise a generation of capable monk scholars and teachers to independently teach, write and translate Buddhist teachings and scriptures in Tibetan as well as foreign languages, plus become Buddhist scholars and teachers of international standing. For more details information and to donate, please click here