Donate to the Earthquake Relief Fund

By donating to CGLF’s Earthquake Relief Fund you are helping us to help those in need. With your help so far, we have already been able to offer relief to over 20,000 families in some of the hardest to reach areas of Nepal. As the need for immediate emergency relief comes to a close, we are now looking to focus on the extensive rebuilding of monasteries, schools and villages throughout Nepal.

Please Donate now through PayPal.

(Chokgyur Lingpa Foundation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit religious organization in the United States and as also entitled to tax exemption under Section 88 of the Internal Revenue Ordinance (Cap. 112) in Hong Kong. The tax deductibility of donations from other countries is subject to the laws and regulations of each country. Please check with your accountant, tax lawyer, or tax office to ascertain whether your donation can be deductible. The Foundation provides documentation of your contributions.)

Or Via International Bank Transfer

You can send funds via bank transfer to the following account:

Account Name: Chokgyur Lingpa Foundation Limited Bank name: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd Account number: 499-811826-838 Bank address: 1 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong Recipient (CGLF) address: Suite 2801-03, China United Centre, 28 Marble Road, North Point, Hong Kong. Swift code: HSBC HK HH HKH Purpose: Disaster relief Tel: +85263112269.

(Please provide your name & email address and indicate purpose as “Disaster Relief”).


More about the Chokgyur Lingpa Foundation

The Chokgyur Lingpa Foundation is a dynamic non-profit organization inspired by Tsikey Chokling and Phakchok Rinpoches’ vision of a compassionate society guided by wisdom and dignity. Operating mainly out of Nepal, we are committed to responding to humanitarian needs locally and serving spiritual needs globally. We collaborate with communities in the South Asian region to implement flexible and creative solutions, ensuring access to proper healthcare, education, and genuine Buddhist teachings, in order to eradicate suffering precisely at its source.

We deliver humanitarian work to all, regardless of spiritual belief, caste, class, gender, ability or sexual orientation, responding however we can to the needs articulated by communities themselves.

You can read more about our activities and find all our Annual reports, complete with financial statements, at