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Earthquake Relief for Damage at Lawudo

Due to the big earthquakes of 25 April 2015 & 12 May 2015 there is a lot damage that happened at Lawudo.

1. The Left and Right side walls of the Old Gompa got cracked and the stones fell down. Also the front ground of the old Gompa got cracked.

2. The two old houses on the left and right side of Lawudo Cave got completely damaged.

3. The Library building wall is cracked and the stones fell down.

4. The Dinning Hall roof fell down and some parts of walls fell down.

5. The room of my sister Ani Nawang Samten and cook Jangmo got cracked and the stones fell down.

6. 6 retreat houses stone walls got cracked and fell down.

7. The Birth house of Lama Zopa Rinpoche in Thami collapsed.

8. Lama Zopa Rinpoche's mother reincarnation stupa also collapsed.

9. Toilets also collapsed.

We need to rebuild all these above damages as soon as possible, which requires a lot of funds, so Lawudo needs your help. Please scroll down to make your donation. Thank you.

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Please make your check payable to “FPMT Inc.”  with the word “Lawudo” written in the note section of the check and send it to the following address:

Lawudo Fund
c/o FPMT Inc
1632 SE 11th Avenue
Portland, OR, 97214,
USA

 



Lawudo Retreat Center is affiliated with the FPMT. For more details visit the FPMT web site www.fpmt.org

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