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Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage (Brisbane Buddhist Vihara) is a registered non-profit organization. We are dependent entirely on donations, and do not charge for any teachings or accommodation.
If you would like to help Dhammagiri with running expenses of the monastery, and support the teachings of the Buddha, you can make a donation either on-line, or by downloading a donation form and forwarding a cheque, or by local or international bank transfer. Please note that donations are not tax deductible for Australian residents. If you require a receipt for your donation, please provide your name and email address.
DONATE WITHIN AUSTRALIA
Bank transfer to:
A/C Name: Brisbane Buddhist Vihara, Inc.
BSB: 124 062 A/C: 22094480
DONATE FROM OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA
Bank transfer to:
SWIFT Code (QBANAU4B)
BSB:124 062 A/C:22094480
Bank of Queensland
100 Skyring Terrace Newstead QLD 4006 Australia
A/C Name: Brisbane Buddhist Vihara, Inc
10 Ben Varden Avenue
Kholo QLD 4306 Australia
Drop into donation box, enclosed in envelopes provided at the box. (Please
do not mail cash)
Just tap your credit card or debit card, smartphone or watch, on the reader on the deck at Dhammagiri.
Made out to 'Brisbane Buddhist Vihara Inc' Drop into donation box at monastery
or mail to:
Dhammagiri Forest Monastery 10 Ben Varden Ave, Kholo QLD 4306
Download a donation form for mailing a cheque. (This form also has national and international bank transfer details.)
As well as the resident sangha, over the years
Dhammagiri has hosted many well-known local and overseas senior and junior monks, whose visits have
been spiritually uplifting experiences for all.
The monastery incurs substantial costs in financing
the medical costs for all these venerable monks.
as the resident sangha. It is only due to your generous donations that we have been able to cover these expenses. (READ MORE)
"You give because giving is good for the heart and because the survival of the Dhamma as living principle depends on daily acts of generosity.”
Ajahn Ṭhānissaro, from Refuge