These pictures (the generous donation for the new land to build a new Dhamma Hall and residence for the monks) are for all of us to reflect, remember and renew the kusala.
Many thanks to everyone that donated to our new land. We propose to build a two-story building, which will comprise a spacious Dhamma hall, and a first floor with accommodation for monks.
The estimated cost of the new building will be £300,000 to £400,000. Generous donations, however small or large, are welcome, and much appreciated.
Your kindness and generosity will bring great happiness to us, and at the same time help prolonged Buddha's Sasana.
Sadhu! Sadhu! Sadhu!
Cheques payable to "Mahasi Dhamma Fellowship" and send to 420 Lower Broughton Road, Salford, Greater Manchester, Lancashire M7 2GD, UK.
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Donations by Deeds of Covenant
The gift of Dhamma is indeed the most noble gift.
Friends of Dhamma , who wish to contribute donations towards the upkeep of the Saraniya Dhamma Meditation Centre may please consider the possible use of a Deed of Covenant.
This method will enable you to make a regular donation whilst allowing the centre to claim tax refund from the Inland Revenue.
For as little as £5 a month (£60 per annum) the Fellowship will be able to claim £20 tax refund per year.