Meditate for Tibet 2018

3d3d8f09-4fe6-4da1-9bdb-5dc85dae4d3bWhether you are seasoned in practising meditation or have never meditated before, join us to Meditate for Tibet this summer!

Unlike many fundraising challenges, you don’t need to have a super-fit body or travel far from home – this can be done in the comfort of your living room.

All you need to do is order your guided meditation from us, then use it to meditate at 3pm on Saturday 7th July 2018 to connect with everyone else across the UK who will be meditating at the same time and focusing positive energy on Tibet.

You’ll be helping to raise vital funds for our work with Tibetans in India, Nepal and Tibet – providing essential healthcare and education and helping Tibetans to build a brighter future.

Are you meditating on your own?

All you need to do is purchase our brand new, Tibet-focused guided meditation track for £5!

Buy & download your guided meditation here

Your donation of £5 could…

• provide an elderly Tibetan refugee with staple foods for a month
• fund ten earth bricks to rebuild a destroyed home in Bakhang village
• help a young Tibetan to go to school

Can you get a group together?

Great! You can make your event as large or small as you like. To help you with your event we’ll send you a FREE CD of the guided meditation, plus fundraising ideas and advice.

Just email caroline@tibetrelieffund.co.uk to let us know and request your event pack.

Are you a company? Why not run a lunchtime sponsored session for your employees? This has the double benefit of improving people’s wellbeing and your corporate social responsibility!

Set up a fundraising page quickly and easily by clicking the button below:

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Why Meditate for Tibet? 3d3d8f09-4fe6-4da1-9bdb-5dc85dae4d3b

Meditate for Tibet aims to bring you, groups and other individuals together. Our goal is to give you the opportunity to raise the level of consciousness, and spread awareness of the support Tibetan people need.

You can help Tibetans by downloading your guided meditation for a small donation, or organising a group event, and showing Tibetans your solidarity.

Our hope is that by meditating together we can create a new type of fundraising challenge. One which isn’t about the pressure that you place on your physical endeavours, but one where you can collectively make a difference through your inner thoughts.

Let’s make this year’s meditation the most meaningful yet!

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