Nurturing the Source, Training for the Future
Khyentse Foundation creates conditions for the study and practice of the Buddhadharma to flourish. Grants and scholarships are given through a process of applications, direct initiatives, and partnerships. Our support is nonsectarian and global, for institutions and individuals worldwide.
The criterion is simple: We support individuals and institutions engaged in the practice and study of Buddha’s wisdom and compassion. The foundation may fund a scholarship for a nun who wishes to become a translator, or an academic studying Buddhism for children. We may support a Theravadin monk who wishes to become a scholar or an artist from China studying restoration. Our grants are made with the sincere wish that the Dharma will flourish in all its forms now and for a long time to come.
We invite you to explore our archives, learn more about what we do, and contact us with any suggestions. We are always keen to discover more opportunities to support Dharmic activity.
Revitalizing Buddhist Traditions
In some countries today, the practice and study of Buddhism is threatened by political, economic, and social challenges. To help ensure the survival of all the great Buddhist lineages and schools, as well as the Buddhadharma in general, Khyentse Foundation is exploring opportunities to support Dharma study and practice in countries such as India, Cambodia, Bhutan, China, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Mongolia, and Bangladesh, where there is an evident yearning for Buddhist teachings and a desire to revive traditional forms of Buddhism. LEARN MORE >