Tibetan Aid Project

Tibetan Aid Project (TAP) is one organization within a collective founded
by Tarthang Tulku in the early 1970s. The main focus of our efforts here
at TAP is fundraising to support the preservation and perpetuation of
Tibetan culture and heritage. In this capacity, we have helped facilitate
the production of over 4.5 million religious and sacred texts printed in
the Tibetan language and distributed to refugees in India, Nepal and

Volunteers at TAP are involved in a wide range of activities including
creating promotional materials, website design and maintenance, social
media, fundraising, event planning, bookkeeping, and sewing
Tibetan prayer flags.

In our residential work-study program we provide housing, meals and a
small stipend to volunteers. In addition, evening classes and workshops in
Buddhist studies and Nyingma psychology may be taken at no charge. If you
have a desire to deepen your connection to Tibetan Buddhism and experience
living in a spiritual community, we encourage you to apply to residential

For part-time volunteers we offer flexible scheduling Monday-Saturday.
Lunch is provided for those working a minimum of two hours. All volunteers
contributing at least 10 hours per month for three months are eligible for
classes at the Nyingma Institute in Berkeley, California.

The information above can be found on the official website of Tibetan Aid Project. For more details about the organization and to find out how you can volunteer, please visit their website: http://www.tibetanaidproject.org

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