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What does Mahaprajna Buddhist Society, The do?

Mahaprajna Buddhist Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting moral education through the propagation of true Buddhism. They aim to inculcate right faith and understanding, organize dharma classes, seminars, lectures, and discussions, as well as support charity homes. The society also seeks to enhance the standard of Buddhism by providing for the welfare and education of approved monks/nuns. By participating in their activities or supporting their cause, you can contribute to a noble mission that spreads love, compassion, and wisdom across communities.




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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1988
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promotion of moral education through propagation of true spirit of Buddhism, leading to increased spiritual awareness and understanding among individuals.
  • Enhancement of the standard of Buddhism by providing welfare and financing the education of monks/nuns approved by the society.
  • Organization of dharma classes, seminars, lectures, discussions, and cultural activities to encourage intellectual discourse on Buddhist teachings.
  • Rendering assistance to charity homes, contributing to social welfare and community service initiatives.
  • Encouragement of right faith and understanding of the Dharma among individuals, leading to personal growth and development.
  • Preservation and promotion of Buddhist culture through activities such as library services and publications.
  • Fostering a sense of community and belonging among members

Donation Income

Program Expense Ratio

This is the percentage of the charity's total expenses that are spent on its core programs. A higher percentage suggests that more money is going directly to the cause, rather than being spent on administrative or fundraising expenses.