BRM needs your help

In 1980, Ken and Visakha Kawasaki, already Buddhists, began working in Indochinese refugee camps in Thailand and the Philippines. They became familiar with many of the problems refugees face both in the camps and in resettlement. They found few organizations interested in the Buddhist activities which were often central to the communities they were supporting. In some refugee camps, the Buddhist temples received no outside support at all. After two years, the Kawasakis accepted teaching positions in Japan, where they had lived some years before. Every summer, however, they returned to Thailand to visit the refugee camps. On these trips, friends offered donations for the Buddhist monks, temples, and refugee communities. Buddhist Relief Mission was born from this small relief effort.

The organization now supports isolated and remote Buddhist communities around the world.

How you can help:

By volunteering to help, perhaps with secretarial work, teaching monks, or doing computer work. Contact BRM for details.

By discussing with Buddhist Relief Mission directors how your skills might be put to good use to support the Buddha Sasana.

If you are interested, please write to the Buddhist Relief Mission. By joining hands, Buddhists throughout the world can help a world awash in tears to be a better place for all.

By sending a donation.
All donations are tax-deductible under 501(c)3 of IRS.

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Registered address:
9152 Luea Lane
Swartz Creek, MI 48473, U.S.A.

Office:
301/31 Dodanwela Passage
Dodanwela, Kandy 20000
Sri Lanka
Tel: 94-77-964-9292
E-mail:
buddhist@brelief.org


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Check or money order,
Pay to: Morgan Stanley, Buddhist Relief Mission, #574-688944
may be sent to:
Morgan Stanley, PO Box 951106,
South Jordan UT 84095, U.S.A.

For both PayPal and Check,
please also send an e-mail message informing BRM of your donation, and which project you wish to support.