Be Part of Gaden Samten Ling’s Growth and Expansion!
On Community Day (Sunday, May 7), Kushok shared his vision for the expansion of Gaden Samten Ling. If you were unable to attend or would like to learn more, please enjoy the recording.
Our Society was founded in 1991 by the efforts of several dedicated members who under the guidance of the venerable Geshe Kaldan held a vision to evoke positive change in the human condition. In 2012, guided by the vision of our precious teacher Kushok, we opened the Alberta Centre for Peace and Meditation – our beautiful temple. This was possible because of Kushok and our member’s vision and determination to raise funds to make the dream a reality.
Now, our long-term goal – based on Kushok’s vision – is to expand Gaden Samten Ling to create a new Tibetan-style facility that will support our local community and our Members.
Our short-term goal is $75,000, which is the down payment required to purchase the final property needed to begin our project (we already own two of the three required).
We are thrilled to announce that we have raised $57,000 thanks to your generous donations! (As of May 14, 2023)
We are so encouraged by the support we’ve already received, however, we still need help in reaching our short-term fundraising goal of $75,000.
If you’d like to join us in making a meaningful donation to our goal, you may do so by contacting our office or through our Canada Helps website. Click the link below or paste the following URL into your browser to donate:
If a donation is not possible for you at time, we’d like to encourage the option of an interest-free loan to the Society over the length of several years. Please contact [email protected] if you’d like more information on interest free loans and how they can help reach our goal.
We’d love to talk to you in person about our fundraiser and vision, so please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Thank you for your ongoing support and generosity.
If you have any questions about this fundraiser, please contact our Society President, Sarah Pearce at: [email protected]