Organizations/Projects that could be considered to be involved with socially engaged or environmentally aware Buddhism.
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The Anand Society (Steuncomité Anand)
This group of enthusiasts invites visitors to the Buddhist holy sites, and to Bodhgaya in particular, to really practice the concepts of metta and karuna by supporting the Jeevan Deep network of education projects for Bodhgaya's communities of "untouchables".
Buddhist Peace Fellowship
The Buddhist Peace Fellowship, founded in 1978, brings together Buddhist teachings with progressive social action. Programs include peace and justice work, prison work, Buddhist Alliance for Social Engagement, and the magazine Turning Wheel.
Buddhist Relief Mission
Buddhist Relief Mission is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization supporting Buddhist projects worldwide, particularly in remote areas.
Dharma Gaia Trust
Project with a mission to nurture awareness of the complementarity of Buddhism and ecology.
Buddhist environmental nonprofit organization founded on the premise that the Buddhist way of looking at life can play a major role in healing the planet's environmental crisis. Formal mission to practice Buddhism in ways that help people become better stewards of the planet, and to do the practical environmental work that good stewardship demands.
The Karuna Trust
UK based Buddhist organization that has education, health and cultural projects for poor people in India of any religion. Also helps fund Buddhist activities.
Metta Welfare Association
Singaporean organization working for welfare of the poor, the elderly, the disabled and the terminally ill.
An international family of charities helping the hungry, sick, orphaned and poor.
Non-sectarian non political approach to raising money to build schools and clinics in some of the poorest areas of the world. RokpaUK Charity is based at Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in the boorders of Scotland.
Promotes peace and nonviolence in and among individuals, families, societies and countries. It supports all efforts to attain this goal through whatever peaceful and non-violent means are available.
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