Here’s how you can help

Support the Buddhist Center

It’s only through your generosity that we can do what we do - we can come together as a gathering of friends to study and practice the path, and contribute to the larger Steamboat community and to our friends around the world. Many of our members support the the community through a monthly pledge.  Your donations and pledges help us plan a meaningful, long-term schedule of teachings and events..

The Karuna Fund

On the first Monday of each month many of us choose to forgo dinner and donate the cost of that meal to the Karuna (compassion) Fund.  This tradition honors the austerities practiced by the Buddha and generates funds that we’ve donated to a number of worthwhile local organizations such as......

Support or guiding Lineage Teachers

Each year, The Buddhist Center of Steamboat Springs, generously supports our teachers, and their communities of monks, nuns and lay practitioners who they guide and support. In particular, we are particularly connected with the three sons of the great meditation teacher, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, who have come to Steamboat on many occasions over many years, Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche, Tsoknyi Rinpoche, and Mingyur Rinpoche. Please help us repay their kindness by supporting their activities. 

Buy a prayer flag to support the Center

Nothing evokes the spirit of Tibet and its people more vividly than the sight and sound of prayer flags blowing in the wind. For centuries Tibetans have placed prayer flags around their homes, at sacred sites, near monasteries, and on mountain passes, as an offering to the enlightened ones and as a prayer for the benefit of all beings.

Generosity is the ornament of the world
Through generosity, one turns back fro the lower realms
Generosity is the stairway to the higher realms
Generosity is the virtue that produces peace

The Sutra of the Recollection of the Noble Three Jewels