The members of our sangha take positive action in many ways to help improve the lives of all beings. As a Centre we give particular emphasis to two local and one international charity.
The Community Action Kula and volunteers will be happy to pick up donations from your home or workplace. Please contact the Community Acton Kula via its Slack channel or by email at
email@example.com – let them know your preferred collection day and location and they’ll will get back to you to confirm.
FOR THIS COLLECTION THE CHARITIES WE ARE SUPPORTING
- Ipswich Outreach (Soup Kitchen)
- Ipswich Family Bank
Items needed for next collection on 2nd December
Tins of soup
Nice biscuit boxes
Men’s shower gel
Individual wrapped cakes/biscuits
The Ipswich Family Bank provides support for struggling families, babies and children.
HAMPER PACKING 7th Dec
A chance to be together to pack hampers for families in need alongside volunteers from Ipswich Family Bank. At the Meeting Place Limerick Close, IP1 5LR. Anytime from 9am.
Volunteers are always needed to help collect items. If you can help contact
Ipswich Outreach provides support to people who are hungry and/or homeless in Ipswich.
The Buddhst Centre has regular collections of food to support the work of the nightly soup kitchen. At present, due to the limitations of COVID, this is limited to packeted food such as wrapped cakes, biscuits and crisps.
Members of the Ipswich sangha (our Buddhist community), also take international community action by supporting the Karuna Trust. Inspired by Buddhist values, the Karuna Trusts seeks to end caste-based discrimination, poverty and inequality in India and Nepal. It works with individuals focusing on education, gender equality and dignified livelihoods transforming communities and changing society. If you are interested in supporting the amazing work of this Trust please visit the Karuna Trust website