Center Wish List
Wish list for Lamrim Kadampa Buddhist Center
Giving with the mind of Bodhichitta – the wish to benefit others
– is the perfection of giving.
Lamrim Kadampa Buddhist Center is a non-profit organization that is completely run through the kindness of volunteers. Members of the community volunteer their time to provide all of the programs and events which the Center offers, ranging from weekly drop-in meditation classes to week-long meditation retreats and other events. Everything from Center maintenance to publicity design and distribution is pure volunteer work.
You can help too by dedicating your time or resources to Lamrim Kadampa Buddhist Center.
Here is a list of items needed at the center:
Lamrim Center Wish List
- Digital Camera memory card
- Jumper Cables for Center car
- LED Light Bulbs
- 8.5" x 11" picture frames for framing posters for bookshop
- Disposable hot beverage cups
- Long Neck Watering Pot for plants
- Cardstock paper, assorted bright colors, for printing class publicity
- 20 lb, 8.5 x 11 light colored paper for printing class flyers and posters
- Books for Shrine (inquire at center for list of books needed)
- Books for Library (inquire at center for list of books needed)
- Coffee & Tea for community room
- white colored Blinds for center windows (31inches across 72-75 inches long)
- 1 Uplamp
- Donations to help cover center expenses make check to Lamrim Kadampa Buddhist Center
- Bookshop manager
- Care for Center plants
- Changing Shrine water offerings
- Distributing class publicity in Community –flyers and cards
- Assisting at meditation classes, Act as greeter
- update area website calendars with meditation classes
- General Center cleaning
- Other?…what ever your would like to do for the Center, please let us know.
"If we were to give millions of dollars to others they would receive only temporary benefits, but by offering them the opportunity for spiritual development we are providing them with a real method for solving their daily problems and gaining true, everlasting happiness."
--Geshe Kelsang Gyatso