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.

About Us

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The Tibet Fund supports education initiatives for newly arrived refugees, disabled children, and students, as well as access to higher education for individuals pursuing professional degrees. Sponsorships are also provided for thousands of young monks and nuns in the monasteries and nunneries.

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Health Care

The Tibet Fund supports systemic solutions that create
long term improvements in community health and provide
essential health services for the most vulnerable refugees.

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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."


How You Can Help The Tibet Fund

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Your general donation allows us to put 100% of it to work for the Tibetan people as well as allowing The Tibet Fund to grow.


Sponsor a Tibetan in Need

You can make a big difference in the life of a Tibetan refugee in exile. Find out more about our sponsorship program here.


Additional Ways to Help

Find out various additional ways you can help The Tibet Fund by donating, sponsoring, purchasing, volunteering, and more.


In this season of giving, we express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for your continued support of The Tibet Fund. The resilience of the Tibetan people and community is a testament of your kind generosity. Your support is making a vast difference in developing and strengthening the Tibetan community.

See How Your Donation is Making a Difference

Your year-end gift can further advance these important initiatives focusing on strengthening the Tibetan community in exile and in Tibet. Please join us to meet our target goal of $100,000 to empower Tibetans to preserve their cultural identity and heritage for the benefit of all humanity.