How you can help

Donate items

You can donate items that have resale value. We’ll raffle, auction, or sell them to generate funds. You may drop off donated items, both new and gently used, to Pema Wangchen in Duncan (250-748-6028), Jampal in Victoria (250-360-0474), or Yongdong in Courtney (250-732-5759).

Volunteer

You can volunteer to help with our various events. We need help with things like designing & distributing posters, selling tickets, writing thank-you cards, answering emails, etc.

Organize your own event

You can organize a small event on your own and raise some money for Yushul. It could be as simple as gathering your family for a dinner or movie night, or setting up a friends’ night, drink night, sporting event, or games gathering. TSCOVI will be happy to assist you in any way we can.

Get involved

You can help us spread the word, ask your friends to volunteer or buy an event ticket — for themselves or as a gift.

August 2010 Events

Capital Festivals BC Day Weekend Celebration: 1 August 2010

Join us for the cultural festival at St. Ann’s Academy located in downtown Victoria near Beacon Hill Park.


You can help Pema sell tickets for two important events happening in August:

Tibetan Feast Night: (date TBA)

The Vancouver Island Tibetan community will prepare a delicious traditional Tibetan feast. Tickets will be $25 per person (kids under 13 free). Capacity: 200.

Buddhist Spiritual Retreat: 28-29 August 2010

Seven great Vancouver Island Buddhist teachers will gather to give teachings according to their various Tibetan Buddhist traditions. There will be teachings on mind training, Chod practice, meditation, a purification ceremony, prayer chanting and Buddhist ritual music. The retreat will take place over a weekend, during which participants can relax, learn and rejuvenate in the natural beauty of the Sun Lotus Guesthouse, Duncan. Registration of $100 includes all teachings, meals and use of the campground. Capacity: 100.

Live in Vancouver?

Visit the Tsengdok Monastery website for details on Vancouver relief efforts and events.

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