Promoting Our Work

Sharing Is Caring

We couldn’t do what we do without each other. As staff and residents, we are the Institute’s greatest endorsers. Our word of mouth is the most natural way to inspire broader membership, increase fundraising, encourage more participation and raise collective awareness. If our educational initiatives and global humanitarian projects are to succeed, it will be because we made it happen. Together.

Our skillful action in the world of social media will enable us to reach a larger audience than ever and share our passion for the work that we do here. If you haven’t already, here are some ways to further support our mission through social media:


If you have a Facebook account, you could “like” us and our posts. When you comment on our posts and interact with us, your network finds out about us and gains exposure to the tradition and teachings.


Share Your Inspiration

Share your passion and knowledge with the world. If you have a favorite quote that you’d like to share, you can tell us here. Your submissions will be used as Tweets and Facebook posts.

Fill out this simple form and click “Submit” to share your thoughts and quotes:

Subscribe to the Blog

Stay abreast of the latest happenings in our humanitarian projects in Kumbo, Jonotla, the Tibetan Refugee Settlements and Allahabad by subscribing to our blog. To subscribe, visit the blog and on the right you will see a box titled “Email Subscription.” Enter your email in that box and you will get updates sent to your email every time there is a new post written.
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YouTube and Vimeo

Check out our videos and subscribe to our channel. Please give them a “thumbs-up” and tell your friends using the share buttons.

Trees for Tibet

If you have a Facebook account, you can join our cause by clicking here:

Fundraising events are the primary way we hope to raise money for Trees for Tibet. If you are interested in organizing an event, or if you know someone who might be, click here:
Organize an Event

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