Many will know of the amazing work of the Buddhist-inspired Karuna Trust which works tirelessly supporting grassroots projects in India. This year its Christmas campaign is LIBERATION THROUGH EDUCATION. Your gift can directly help transform lives. All gifts over £100 will be doubled so, if you can, get your card… Read More »Support Karuna this Christmas and double your money!
Our Centre doesn’t receive any regular grants or subsidy. Everything that happens, from the amazing teaching to the secret cleaning and cost of the biscuits happens only because of your generosity. No one is paid and we all contribute so THANK YOU! The Centre’s core income is from monthly donations… Read More »Go Monthly!
Raising funds for our Centre is a great way to express your gratitude for what the Centre has bought you and also ensure that others can benefit as you have. Ipswich Buddhist Centre now has a presence on Just Giving to help anyone who wants to do something remarkable –… Read More »Raise funds for our Centre
For 16 summers, Buddhafield East arranged a very special family-friendly summer gathering on farmland on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Then covid struck and it had to take a few years off. This year it returns with a week-long Summer Camp from 21st to 27th August. The theme for this year is… Read More »Buddhafield East is ‘Wild Awake’
With fewer people carrying cash, other ways of donating funds to help keep our Centre running are evermore important. The trick is to get into the habit, if you can, of giving a little every time you visit. Although your monthly standing orders are important to cover fixed overheads, your… Read More »‘Tap to Give’ whatever you like
Mitra’s, this is a great opportunity. Karuna is recruiting now for it’s 2023 appeals. Karuna, a charity inspired by Buddhist values, works alongside the most excluded people in South Asia, overcoming discrimination with locally-led education, gender equality and sustainable livelihood projects. It’s unique fundraising approach is motivated by Buddhist ethics.… Read More »Compassion in action with Karuna
On Wednesday 11th January at 4:30pm the first fifteen of the twenty-three pilgrims will leave Ipswich Buddhist Centre for Heathrow ready to catch an early flight to India the following day. Days Hours Those who are completing all three legs of the Pilgrimage will be away for a total of… Read More »Follow the Pilgrims
Generosity is an important part of Buddhist spiritual practice and the Sangha’s generous donations make a big difference to local charities. The Community Action Kula are putting out this latest appeal for items to help these important local charities.The dates for collection of donations will be Friday 4th March and… Read More »March Collection Announced
As you know, our Centre exists only through the generosity of the people who use it and wish to help it benefit more people. In addition to the monthly bank donations that many of make, (it really helps if you do this – thank you!), many of us drop the… Read More »Meet the contactless Dana bowl!
The new Ipswich Buddhist Centre car and window stickers are a positive but gentle way of promoting awareness of the Ipswich Buddhist Centre around the area. By displaying a sticker you help people see that our Centre is open to all. If you don’t already have a sticker you can… Read More »Is your car raising awareness?