Origin of Bon
Origin of Bon
Photo Gallery

New nun's temple

Young nuns at tea

Class break
Bon Monk Header

MAKE A DONATION

Following the Bon tradition, H.H. Menri Trizin 33rd determined that nuns must live by traditional monastic rules and be given educational opportunities available to monks. In 2010 he established Redna Menling Nunnery, with its own Dialectic School and good study and living facilities for their rigorous training. The first and only Bon nunnery in India, Redna Menling (meaning Land of Precious Medicine) houses a rapidly growing number of girls and women from Tibet, Nepal, and other borderlands. They are diligently expanding their knowledge and skills, so that in the future they can be effective religious leaders, teachers, and professionals. Your help is urgently needed so that these women may be empowered to serve Bon and others in the future.

Sponsorship Support of $400
Donation will address the needs of a Bon Nun for one year

General Donation for Bon Nuns
Please give whatever you can!

MATCHING GIFT PROGRAMS
Many companies have Matching Gift programs. If your employer is one of those, please return their Matching Gift Form with your donation. If donating on-line, please mail the Matching Gift Form directly to The Bon Foundation.

Click here for a print friendly coupon
Click here for printer-friendly donation form
Please print this form and send it with your tax-deductible contribution in US dollars to The Bon Foundation, PO Box 564, Philo, CA 95466, USA. You will be sent a receipt as verification of your contribution.

Contact us at boninfo@bonfoundation.org or visit us on facebook if you would like to find out more about the People of Menri. Thank you!
Help Support the Future of Bon
Menri Child
Bon Monk
Bon Nun
Shining City
Genreal Fund
3 Smiling Nuns

Lunch at Redna Menling


tell a friend Join the Bon Foundation E-mail list
About Us Reading List Events Calendar Contact Us
Copyright The Bon Foundation 2018 All rights reserved  l  Privacy Policy  l  Writer: Mary Lanier  l  Design: Lai Mei Tong