‘The Nuns’ Nursing Kuti, also known as Bojjh’anga* Kuti – June 2021

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This page is only for archival purpose. The request for sponsorship has ended in October 2021

We are very happy to announce that the building of the new Nuns’ Nursing Kuti (the Bojjhanga Kuti*) is now completed. The kuti has space for two to three sisters.

We have prepared a list of items that will furnish and equip it well for receiving sisters who need special facilities for their care – either in old age, or in times of sickness or recovery from an injury or operation. Your interest and support is greatly appreciated.

*’Bojjhanga’ is the name of the list of the Seven Factors of Enlightenment that the Buddha recommended to be chanted in times of sickness.

For ease of administration, funds donated will be matched against items in the order in which they are purchased by the monastery. The items purchased will be taken off the list when the funds are received by the EST. The list of items will be updated on our website on a regular basis to reflect the remaining items yet to be purchased.

Please do not buy the items yourself as this complicates suppliers guarantees and the item may already have been ordered or included in the builder’s contract. Your donation is especially effective both if you can Gift Aid it and also when the monastery can purchase it free of VAT, which private individuals cannot do.

Please check this list of fit-out items

If you would like to make a money donation for any of the items listed, which include VAT, delivery and installation costs where applicable, you can make your donation using CAF Online Donations.

Make your donation using CAF Online Donations

If more funds are offered than are needed for the Nuns’ Nursing Kuti they will be put towards another Nuns’ building.

Sponsorship enquiries

Please contact us using the form below the table to see if the item is still available, one the sisters will be responding to you enquiries.

‘The Nuns’ Nursing Kuti, also known as Bojjh’anga* Kuti – June 2021