Gaden Relief Projects is a volunteer non-profit organization, having given humanitarian aid to the sick and the needy and spiritual support to Buddhist communities in the Himalayan region and Mongolia for over 25 years.
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A non-profit charity organization providing ongoing charity activities in Mongolia, Tibet, Nepal and India.
In 2003 spiritual director Zasep Rinpoche visited Mongolia on a fact-finding mission to determine if Gaden Relief should help the reflowering of Buddhism since the end of the socialist era in Mongolia. Rinpoche was accompanied by future Mongolia project coordinator, Matthew Richards.
This orphanage provides an essential service to the Ulan Bator community at large. Rinpoche made a couple of personal visits to the orphanage and in 2016, delivered $4000 to help them with their services.
Gaden Relief Mongolia Project has now instituted a new Project in support of the education of a young Mongol Buddhist Lama, Ven. Tendar Rinpoche and the infrastructure of his teaching Temple.
Gaden Relief has recently instituted a scholarship project for the education of poor and needy students in Mongolia. Education and cost of living in Ulaanbator continues to rise and it is more and more of a challenge for poor and disadvantaged young Mongolians
By Irina Safonova This past fall I travelled to Zanskar in an effort to reconnect and deliver financial aid to the Buddhist nunneries we have supported there since1991. Zanskar is most isolated of all Himalayan valleys; it is situated at an elevation of 3500 metres...read more
In the summer of 2017 GRP provided scholarships to Mongolian students living in poverty, and contributed funding for the construction of the new Shashin Delgerekh Temple. Our spiritual director Venerable Zasep Tulku Rinpoche made a visit to Mongolia to personally...read more
Medical Clinic Ömnödelger, Donations to Tugsbayasglant Nunnery, and Bat Sumber Aged Care Centre By Anthony Brown and Candace Cole, Clinic Practitioners We arrived in Ulaan Baatar (UB), the Mongolian capital, on August 5th. During the first few days in the city we...read more