Nying-Jey Projects – Sponsoring Tibetan Students, Nuns and Monks
Helping Children, Students, Nuns and Monks, Nying-Jey Projects provides essential financial support for Education, Medical Care and Well-Being, to Tibetan Refugees living in exile and Tibetans in Ganzi, located within the Tibetan area of China.
Nying-Jey Projects for Tibetan Communities (Australia) Inc., established in 2002, is a non-profit, non-religious and non-political aid organisation managed by an elected committee of volunteers. Originating from Ganzi, Geshe Sonam Thargye, a Tibetan Buddhist monk, is its founding president.
The projects rely solely on contributions from donors and sponsors.
$20 Australian a month is all it takes to change a life.
At present over 800 Children, Nuns and Monks benefit from sponsorships generated by Nying-Jey Projects. The flow-on effect to the families and the community at large is immeasurable.
Many more sponsors are urgently needed to grow this work.
The English translation of the Tibetan word ‘Nying-Jey’ is compassion, which embodies the work of this volunteer-operated aid organisation.
Sponsorship data as of 25 November 2012.