Helping with Gesar News
We do receive press that we are not aware of. When you see the Gesar Foundation name mentioned in any newspaper or magazine then please send the details or link to us marked for Gesar News.
Also there will be other news from the past.
If you find any articles when surfing the net please forward them to us. As you are aware, Gesar has no staff other than the volunteers who look after development. Your kindness will help them and the work of Gesar to be recognised by others who will join us in the future.
Thank you for helping in this way
This request may appear on the surface, as a rather small thing to ask for help with but it is another way to participate and it is truly helpful. We look forward to hearing from you.
We are Honoured
I have often mentioned, how my lack of commmand over the English language, leaves me to struggle for words when trying to express heartfelt gra
How living beings benefit from Gesar
The word Gesar translated from the Tibetan means perfect, indomitable and also in true, as with the straightness of an arrow.
Wonderful year of friendship and growth.
Some weeks back I started to form a mental picture of how I was going to write my thank you's to my friends and to wish them happinesss for the holiday period and beyond.
Jaden the Anthem and America
I am delighted to accept the invitation from the Jaden Cornelious Foundation, to be a parton of such a meaningful organisation and to be part of the American aspiration.
Mona Lisa or Wish Fulfilling Tree?
The significance of intentions
Our dear friend Flick Nicholls has agreed to take over the role of Anthem gatherer....more
Jaden Cornelious is in Brighton, England to promote his latest record 'Natures Miracle' He is to be heard on Brighton Community Radio Sept 10th...more
Tibets Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay has launched the book 'A Collection of Bright Dreams' in Dharamsala India...more
We are gathering a fine team of young people together for the building of the orphanage by ALALA in Sri Lanka...more
Venkat Prakash, a student at Plymouth University in England, has published his book 'A Collection of Bright Dreams' for the benefit of Tibetan children living in exile from their home land in Dharamsala, India....more