Rigul Trust Disaster Fund - please give for nuns in Nepal
Since the great quake on 25th April 2015 much of the world has focussed on Nepal and made essential contributions, through the help of NGO's, monasteries and charitable organisations in areas that are barely reachable, slowly bringing supplies and aid into the vast areas of mountainy terrain that are accessible only on foot, perhaps after days of walking. There are many such places that have not yet received help because they are so remote. One such place that has not yet received aid is a nunnery with 200 inhabitants: their needs will go on for a long time, so perhaps you may consider this group in the future when you are able to help again. Please see below from Rinpoche and the Rigul Trust
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche and Rigul Trust have been asked to a help village in very remote Nepal, near the Tibetan border which is only accessible by helicopter. There are 200 nuns and staff in urgent need of shelter, food and medicines. The monastery and nunnery there has been completely destroyed by the earthquake.
The monsoon rains will be arriving within the next few weeks and urgent need is to get provisions, tents, sheds, food and medicines to them.
Rigul Trust has a Disaster/Emergency Fund at www.rigultrust.org with a Donate page. Any help you can give then would of such great benefit.. Some nuns were buried under the rubble, some were injured and one died. The cost of hiring a helicopter is very expensive and only takes 4 people to help rebuild their community in this emergency situation. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity.
With best wishes and great gratitude on behalf of Ringu Tulku and the trustees at Rigul Trust,