List of Organizations
Bön Children Foundation
The Bön Children Foundation is a non-profit corporation founded in the province of Quebec in November 2006 under the Companies Act, Part III. It is a humanitarian non-governmental organization founded by Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche helped by his friends and students.
The Bon Foundation was established in 1989 in to assist Tibetan Bon refugees who have settled in India and to promote and raise funds for the preservation and advancement of the Bon culture. Exiled in India, Menri Monastery is the spiritual and administrative center for all Bon religion and culture.
Bon Future Fund
The Bon Future Fund is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was specifically created in 2005 to provide higher education for indigenous Bon girls and boys who as a result of the Chinese invasion, are now living in exile in India and Nepal. Many of these children are orphaned.
Cóndor Blanco was founded by the writer Suryavan Solar and Sol Nyma over three decades ago. Currently, we offer a training structure through six principle Schools, each with four modules: Leadership, Coaching Express, Free Mind, Kin Forest, Kai Woman and Bodhisattva.
Dölpo Bön Society
Dolpo Bon Society is a non-profitable organization. It main objective is to educate poor children of Dolpo and to save heritage of Bonpo. The vision is to ensure that the Bon as a religion and culture revives and continues to flourish in the changing times by fulfilling the needs of Dolpo people with positive changes in their livelihood.
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Himalayan Bon Foundation
The Himalayan Bon Foundation is a nonprofit organization established by Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung under the auspices of H.E. Yongdzin Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche. The purpose is to establish a means for donations to develop a foundation to support secular and spiritual initiatives spearheaded by the Triten Norbutse Monastery, the monks, and the Monastery’s projects in the Bon communities throughout the Himalayan region, especially to include Nepal, India and Tibet. The focus is primarily to establish, promote and sustain educational facilities and opportunities. These projects involve the establishing schools for the Bonpo children in the Himalaya.
Ligmincha Europe Magazine
The Ligmincha Europe Magazine is a joint venture of the community of European students of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. It is released four times a year, the dates of issue are depending on the teachings of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche in Europe. Anja Benesch, Jitka Polanská and Ton Bisscheroux are the founders of the Magazine.
Nangzhig Foundation is the organization dedicated to popularizing and preserving Bon Buddhist tradition and Tibetan culture throughout Poland, focusing on community outreach. Nangzhig monastery as the main Bon monastery in Tibet, is an organization of monks from all over the country who have overcome great distances in order to study the sacred teachings, Thus it becomes essential to support them in this noble pursuit.
Sherig Phuntsok Ling Bon Society
The Sherig Phuntsok Ling Bon Society is a non-governmental organization registered in India in the region of West Bengal on 4 January 2007. The Sherig Phuntsok Ling Bon Society provides support mainly to local Himalayan communities of the Bonpo tradition in order to preserve their cultural heritage and traditional knowledge which is at particular risk, while creating the necessary avenues for their economic and social integration.
The Tapriza NGO Switzerland supports the establishment and maintenance of a locally run school in the remote district Dolpo in northwestern Nepal. The school gives a Tibetan speaking minority of Nepal access to education and offers the possibility to learn their own language, history and culture side by side the national curriculum.
Association Triten Norbutse
It aims to support existing communities in Asia, referring to the pre Buddhist tradition, the Bön.
It supports the Triten Norbutse institution founded in Nepal in 1987 by Yongdzin Tenzin Rinpoche Namdak in order to preserve the ancient Tibetan and Himalayan tradition, the Yungdrung Bön.
This institution, which is also a monastery, is the largest learning centre in Nepal giving educational, cultural and social structures in this poor country.
The association prohibits political activity.
Yungdrung Bön Stiftung
The Yungdrung Bön Foundation Germany was inaugurated by Yungdrung Wangden Kreuzer through a substantial donation and was recognised by the administration of Upper Bavaria on February 19th, 2000 as a charitable organisation according to law with a number of objectives.