Thank you so much for all your donations, service, advice and help throughout 2011.
With all of us working together internationally through Rigul Trust, this year has brought funding for:
- 40,000 hot meals for sixty children at Rigul school for one year funded by Rigul Trust.
- 10,000 patients, approximately, have received health care, with Rigul Trust funding the advanced running costs of the health clinic, the salaries of Dr. Chuga, Ani Choden the nurse and Karma Tsisha, the doctor’s assistant, at Rigul Health clinic, Tibet.
- 5 teachers and 3 cooks in Rigul have received salaries funded by Rigul Trust.
- Sikkim earthquake victims receiving appropriate help through everyone’s generosity through Rigul Trust.
Chenrezig – ‘The Practice of Compassion’
a commentary by Ringu Tulku.
This is a Rigul Trust publication which will see 100% of the money that people have given for this book going to Ringu Tulku’s monastery, and the health clinic and school in Rigul, Tibet.
We thank everyone who has worked tirelessly for Rigul Trust and volunteered to sponsor 100% of all expenses, including the production of the Chenrezig book.
The three of us trustees have promised Rinpoche to do our best and continue raising awareness and funds for the health clinic, Doctor, nurse, assistant, 60 school children, 5 teachers, 3 cooks and the Khenpo’s salary in Rigul – for this, approximately £25,000 or 28,000 euros will be needed for 2012 for very, very basic poverty relief. This is not allowing for repairs, maintenance, perceived needs or urgent requests and ever rising costs of raw materials in China.
We look forward to working together in 2012 and welcome you to join with us and help Ringu Tulku Rinpoche with his health, education and poverty relief projects in his birthplace of Rigul, Kham, Tibet. Rinpoche is the abott of Rigul monastery.
Be happy, be joyful, go well,
The Rigul Trust team.