Lay Buddhist Facilities

General Expenses Fund

Goes towards maintenance of sound and video equipment for recording Dhamma talks, web hosting, web development, and online services like podcasting. Also used to support functions supporting the Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre complex and running of the BSWA including monastic accommodation, insurance, utilities (electricity, gas, water) telephone and internet services, monastic and volunteer transport/ travel, food as well as essential consumables related to the running of Dhammaloka, and wages of essential administrative staff that keep the BSWA running. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)





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Dhammaloka Building Fund

Goes towards the addition of facilities and structural improvements of the Dhammaloka centre complex. (Australia: Tax Deductible)






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Bodhinyana Monastery

Our monastery depends solely upon the financial and material support of its lay disciples. With a large resident community, and many social services to perform, our running costs are considerable. Your generous donations will guarantee the future survival and continued success of Bodhinyana Monastery.

Bodhinyana Expense Fund

Goes towards the maintenance of facilities and the payment of utilities such as electricity, gas, water, medical and dental care of monastics, telephone, monastic and volunteer transport, as well as travel. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)




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Bodhinyana Building Fund

Goes towards the addition of facilities and structural improvements of the Bodhinyana Monastery. (Australia: Tax Deductible)




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Dhammasara Nuns Monastery

Dhammasara Buddhist Nuns Monastery is dedicated to provide opportunity to committed lay women to taste the monastic lifestyle firsthand, and if they wish to undertake the training to become fully ordained nuns (Bhikkhuni). With a growing community, and many social services to perform, our running costs are considerable. Your generous donations will contribute to the survival and continued success of Dhammasara Monastery.

Dhammasara Expense Fund

Goes towards the maintenance of facilities and the payment of utilities such as electricity, gas, water, medical and dental care of nuns, telephone, transportation, as well as travel. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)




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Dhammasara Building Fund

Goes towards the addition of facilities and structural improvements of the Dhammasara Monastery. (Australia: Tax Deductible)




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Jhana Grove Retreat Centre

Jhana Grove Expense Fund

Goes towards the maintenance of sound and video equipment, furniture, bedding, insurance, utilities (electricity, gas, water) medical and dental care of monastics, cost of telephone, monastic and volunteer transport and travel, food and essential consumables related to the running of the Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre complex. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)




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Jhana Grove Building Fund

Goes towards the addition of facilities and structural improvements of the Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre complex. (Australia: Tax Deductible)




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Bodhinyana Great Southern Monastery Project

A project to establish a forest monastery in the forest tradition of Ajahn Brahm in the vicinity of Albany on the south coast of Western Australia.

The idea behind this project comes from an ever-increasing demand for Buddhist teachings and meditation guidance in Albany and Denmark. In addition, with the growing interest in Buddhist monasticism at Ajahn Brahm’s Bodhinyana Monastery in Serpentine, Ajahn is encouraging experienced monks to look at setting up branch monasteries to open up places at Bodhinyana for aspirants. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)

 

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Stocker Road Project

The Stocker Rd property is located in Roleystone, in the Perth hills. It comprises about 26 acres of forest adjacent to Wungong Regional Park, the Canning River and Dhammayanaram Monastery. Note that the Stocker Rd property is owned by the Buddhist Society of WA and Dhammayanaram is owned by the Cambodian Buddhist Society of WA. (Australia: Non-Tax Deductible)