Owendoon House, Jampa Ling.  Photograph by Johnny White.

We are very pleased to announce that final payments have now been made on the Owendoon House mortgage. This goal has been an ambition for Ven. Panchen Ötrul Rinpoche, the Trustees and the student body for many years.

The work now begins to prepare the house for the future and to make sure it is fully protected and as warm and as energy efficient as it can be for the decades to come. To achieve this, the Owendoon House window frames will need replacing, window glazing options will need to be investigated, wear and tear evident in the house structure will need to be addressed, and so on. We invite you to help us to achieve this through donation or by helping us in other ways at the Centre. Together we can ensure a home for Buddhism in Ireland for many years to come.

Ven. Rinpoche and the Trustees wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has supported Jampa Ling over the last 30 years and hope the Centre will continue to be a beacon of Buddhadharma of benefit to all beings for many generations to come.

Use your credit/debit card or PayPal account to make a one off payment to Jampa Ling.



In Ireland, donations of €21 per month (or €250+ in a year) are eligible for tax relief. Therefore, if you are paying tax at the higher rate, €250 is actually worth €423 to us – at no extra cost to you!

Nick Miller Painting Fundraiser

To support the fundraising efforts of Jampa Ling, Nick Miller (awarded the 2014 Inaugural Hennessy Portrait Award at the National Gallery of Ireland) has offered two sets of limited edition fine art prints and a series of original watercolour paintings for sale.

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