Weather Update: WALK FOR WORLD PEACE
Sat., Sept.14 in MAINE
Sat., Oct. 12 in BOSTON
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Join us for a Walk For World Peace fundraiser (and picnic!) to help support the vision and efforts of Kadampa Meditation Center Boston / Serlingpa Meditation Center. Our centers are a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing peace and happiness into the world through the development of inner peace. They function as a beacon for peace in the New England area and an oasis of calm and retreat for all, Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike.
If you’ve enjoyed classes at your center, please know that your support allows us to continue providing meditation classes, workshops and retreats every day of the week in a variety of locations in New England. Our Buddhist centers provide places of comfort, inner growth and refuge for everyone by showing how to solve our human problems and difficulties through sharing the methods of meditation and modern Buddhism. Every dollar raised is invested back into the centers so we may continue to flourish and help many more people like yourself.
At this Walk for World Peace, our three individual communities will join together in Boston, New Bedford and Portland, ME to raise $10,000 in order to support the developments of our centers. With your help we can continue to flourish and benefit this and future generations!
NEW BEDFORD: Saturday, September 7th
MAINE: Saturday, September 14th
BOSTON: Saturday, October 12th
Register to Walk for World Peace
Cost to walk: $30 (includes World Peace t-shirt, IF quantities last!)
Walkers are encouraged, if possible, to get their family and friends to sponsor them, thereby many people will be contributing to world peace through this meaningful project! Through GIVELIVELY you can create your own fundraising page to post on social media and email out.
Pets on leashes and kids are welcome to join you for the walk. As we get close to the date will also send detailed info about meeting place, route, etc.
Facebook it! Tweet it! Yelp it! Invite your friends to join you for a fun and meaningful day and community pot-luck picnic following!
TO REGISTER DAY-OF: Please email Deb, Admin Director, email@example.com so we can send you details of exact locations we will meet, or if you have questions now.
Register as a Walker
MAKE A DONATION
If you cannot attend the walk and would like to either make a donation or sponsor a person for the walk, please click a donate button of your choice. A donation of any size contributes to our centers dedicated to World Peace and gets us closer to our goal of $10,000. With your help we can give people in Boston, New Bedford and Maine access to developing inner peace through learning Buddha’s teachings.
To make your donation quickly, please take a look at the choices below and select the one that most suits you. It's easy and you are directly contributing to a more peaceful world!
By donating through the GIVELIVELY button below you can also easily create your own fundraising page to help promote the Walk and World Peace via your social media platforms and by emailing family, friends, co-workers and others.
DONATE BY CHECK
Payable to: Serlingpa Meditation Center
514 Pleasant Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
Donate securely online with or without a PayPal account.
ABOUT THE CENTERS IN BOSTON | NEW BEDFORD | PORTLAND
Our Buddhist centers provide places of comfort, inner growth and refuge for everyone by showing how to solve our human problems and difficulties through sharing the methods of meditation and modern Buddhism.
KMC Boston / Serlingpa Meditation Center holds classes and workshops on meditation and modern Buddhism that are open to everyone regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation or faith. You don’t have to be a Buddhist to learn how to meditate or to benefit from it.
We wish to inspire and empower people to reach their full spiritual potential in order to be of greatest benefit to their family and friends and, by developing inner peace, be active contributors to world peace.
HOW DO THESE CENTERS HELP BUILD WORLD PEACE?
As Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche says, “Without inner peace outer peace is impossible.”
We have the power to change by understanding and transforming our mind, thereby creating our own inner peace. The impact of learning to develop inner peace is universal, from our local to global communities.