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Tibetan Aid Project

Address: 2210 Harold Way   Berkeley CA 94704
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: 510.848.4238 or 800.338.4238
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Main Contact: Rosalyn White, Executive Director  Email  (Phone: 510-848-4238)
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Tibetan Aid Project rebuilds, preserves, strengthens, and perpetuates Tibet’s cultural and spiritual heritage for the benefit of the Tibetan people and all humanity.


Our primary program:

  • Funding the production, shipment, and distribution of sacred texts, art, and prayer wheels for donation to institutions and individuals in the Himalayan region.

Other program activities:

  • Sponsoring ceremonies important to sustaining the lineages of all Tibetan Buddhist schools.
  • Providing financial support for monastic centers, lamas, monks, nuns, and lay people.
  • Promoting awareness of Tibet\\\'s heritage in the West through publications, presentations, exhibits, and the production and sale of culturally significant items.

Tibetan Gelug Society Of Denver

Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa, Non-NKT
Main Contact: Sempa Dachen  Email  
Spiritual Director: H.H. 14th Dalai Lama  
Teacher: Tenzin Senge  
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Daily meditation 4:00am to 6:00am

                        5:00pm to 7:15pm

This is a grass root sangha in the heart of Denver, CO. Consisting of two monks from the lineage of H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama. We are a non-NKT sangha. As a quiet sangha we have only basic needs. Please feel free to contact us via email until we become established. Our website will be up soon.


Tenzin Senge -email

Tibetan Language Institute

Address: P.O. Box 2037  Hamilton MT 59840
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Independent
Phone: 406/ 961-5131
Fax: 406/ 961-0031
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Teacher: Lama David Curtis  
Spiritual Director: Lama David Curtis  Email  (Phone: 406/ 961-5131)
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Learning materials and instruction for Tibetan language and Tibetan Buddhism 

Timpanogos Mountain Buddhist Hermitage

Address: 9091 Mill Creek Cove   Cedar Hills UT 84062
Tradition: Theravada, Following the lineage of Forest Monk tradition spearheaded by the late Phra Ajhan Chah of Wat PaPhong, Ubon, Thailand.
Affiliation: Monastere Bodhinyanarama, Tournon sur Rhones, France
Phone: (801) 785-5757
Fax: (801) 785-5757
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Main Contact: Dr. Thuan Tran, JD, PharmD  Email  (Phone: (801)785-5757)
Teacher: Phra Ajhan Bodhinyanadharo Maha Thera  
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During the Sangkhakam period (July thru October) the resident head master will conduct meditation session, an all-night meditation practice on half-moon and full moon days. Students are required to take the eight precepts on the practice days and stay overnight at the hermitage.

Tinh Tam Buddhist Meditation Temple

Address: 1602 Lane Street. Kannapolis   NC
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese, but all are welcome!
Phone: 203-524-5527
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Teacher: Abbot, Bhikku Thich Tam Khanh.  
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The temple holds services every Sunday, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Services include Sutra chanting and meditation, as well as a message from the abbot.

To meditate is to try to understand the nature of the mind and to use it effectively in daily lives,” Thi Thi says. “The mind is the key to happiness and also the key to suffering.”

Touching Earth Sangha- Gathering Clouds Temple

Address: 6126 NE 12th Ave   Portland OR 97211
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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We offer a full daily schedule of meditation, chanting, and work practice based in the zen tradition, with other innovations and influences.  In addition we have several talks weekly, instruction in Tai Chi and Indian raga, and one, three, and seven day silent retreats.  All our offerings are free, on a purely donation basis.  We emphasize ecological and social responsibility in the spirit of the traditional yogic lifestyle.  Please see our website for further info.

Tranquil Waters Sangha

Tradition: Mahayana, open to all
Phone: 717-880-5397
Main Contact: Robert Hess  Email  (Phone: 717-880-5397)
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Treasure Root Sangha

Tradition: Mahayana, Practice in the Tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh
Affiliation: Community of Mindful Living
Main Contact: Brian Kimmel  Email  (Phone: (702) 461-8422)
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We meet every Tuesday Night for sitting, walking, lying down, deep listening meditation and a short evening program in the style of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.  We also hold several events for deepening in mindfulness in your daily life including days of rest, weekend retreats, evening talks, presentations, guest teachers and ceremonies.  Our programs are by donation and are welcome to beginners and anyone interested in engaged practice, not pertaining to any one, particular religious belief or ideology. 

Treetop Zen Center

Address: 293 Country Club Road   Oakland, ME ME 04963
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen
Affiliation: Soto Zen - White Plum Asanga
Phone: (207) 619-1156
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Teacher: Peter Seishin Wohl  
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Treetop Zen Center offers meditation instruction on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., and Saturdays 9 a.m.

Practices: Zazen (meditation), morning services, dharma talks, Buddhist studies classes, daisan (one-on-one meetings with the teacher). Weeklong and weekend retreats are offered throughout the year.

No experience is necessary. Beginning meditation instruction is provided as necessary.

Tri-State Dharma

Address:   Cincinnati OH 45236
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (513) 921-5377
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Contact: Pat Dolan  
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Tri-State Dharma is an organization designed to promote the study and practice of Insight Meditation in the Buddhist Theravadin tradition in the geographic areas of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. As such, it is actively engaged in facilitating the existing Sangha (community of practitioners) in both study and practice. The organization sponsors retreats and other related activities throughout each calendar year in an effort to bring the teachings to the public.
 Mailing address: PO Box 36528 Cincinnati, OH 45236

Tri-State Dharma’s Northern Kentucky Meditation Group

Address: 12383 US 41   Baraga MI 49958
Tradition: Theravada,
Affiliation: Tri-State Dharma, Cincinnati, OH
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Teacher: Wendy Eisner  
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Starting on June 29, 2016,  Eisner, an experienced teacher of Insight Meditation, will offer an Introduction to Meditation at the LaRose Wellness Retreat in Baraga, MI. We will meet Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to 9pm for 5 weeks. We use simple meditation techniques which are healthy and beneficial for everyone. This course is appropriate for beginners as well as more experienced meditators. All are welcome!

Triratna Buddhist Community New York City

Address: Tournesol Wellness, 26 E 36th Street   New York NY 10016
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Western (Triratna Buddhist Community)
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
Phone: (212) 749-0942
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Founder: Sangharakshita  
Contact: Vajramati  
Teacher: Vajramati  
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We run ongoing introductions to meditation and Buddhism in near Union Square. The courses are four weeks long and held on Thursdays from 7-9pm. Monday Evenings, Sangha Night is a weekly class open to all that provides regular support for anyone who has an established Buddhist practice.

Truc Lam (Vietnamese) Buddhist Temple)

Address: 1521 W. Wilson Avenue, Chicago, IL 60640  IL
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese
Phone: (773) 506-0749
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Main Contact: Ven. Thich Hanh Tuan  Email  (Phone: 773-641-4336)
Spiritual Director: Ven. Thich Hanh Tuan  Email  (Phone: 773-641-4336)
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We teach Vietnamese Buddhism or Mahayana Vietnamese Buddhism, the combination of two traditions of Buddhism, Pure Land and Chan (Thien) Buddhism.

True Dharma International Buddhist Mission

Address: 11319 93rd Street   Largo FL 33773-4614
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean
Phone: 727-512-4805
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Teacher: Frank Tedesco  
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The True Dharma International Buddhist Mission is focused on spreading the teachings and practices of loving-kindness, compassion, joy, and giving that leads to equanimity as taught by the Buddha. TDIBM followers have studied in many different lineages or none. Our concern is the heart-essence of the teachings and freeing ourselves from inner bondage as we serve others. We are socially engaged and committed to kindness for all sentient beings without discrimination. We teach and work in animal shelters and sanctuaries, jails and prisons, hospitals and hospices, and among homeless, wherever there is need. One major project was organizing a visit of the Maitreya Project Heart Shrine Relic Tour to Clearwater, Florida 10/31-11/2008.

Our meetings consist of chanting, meditation, study and fellowship. We also schedule Buddhist films and field trips to Buddhist sites as well as retreats. Much time is spent introducing dharma to newcomers and healing those in need, We share end-of-life moments at homes and hospices perform funerals for humans and animals, including prayers and burial for road-kill. Rev.Dr. Tedesco is Certified in Thanatology (CT) from ADEC, Association for Death Education and Counseling.

True Mountain Sangha

Address: 1734 S Woodside Dr. #26   Salt Lake City 84124
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese Zen (Lam Te)
Affiliation: Plum Village
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Chan: Quang Tru (Joshua Hill)  Email  
Spiritual Director: Chan Quang Tru (Joshua Hill)  Email  
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An informal practice community. Weekly meditation and Dharma discussion- Sundays from 5pm-7pm. Regular retreats and days of mindfulness are organized as well.

Tsem Rinpoche Foundation

Address: Unit #5 Soledad Plaza 20655 Soledad Canyon Road   Santa Clarita CA 91351
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: KECHARA - A Tsem Rinpoche Organisation
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Main Contact: Pastor Loh Seng Piow  
Teacher: Pastor Khong Jean Ai  
Spiritual Director: H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche  
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Tsem Rinpoche Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit charitable institution dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and study of Buddhism, Buddhist philosophy and various spiritual paths. Also to provide the public with Buddhist-related and spiritual services and educational content.

Incorporated officially on 19th February 2014 in the USA, Tsem Rinpoche Foundation, Inc. operates a global group of Buddhist associations and social enterprises. This includes Kechara House, a non-profit Buddhist association in Malaysia, and Kechara Soup Kitchen, a charitable project whose primary goal is to feed and empower the homeless and underprivileged in Malaysia, Indonesia and Shanghai to become independent and self-sustaining.

Tubten Kunga Center for the Study of Tibetan Buddhism

Address: 201 SE 15th Terrace Cove Plaza  Deerfield Beach FL 33441
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan, Gelupa tradition of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: 954-421-6224
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Resident Geshe/Teacher: Geshe Konchog Kyab  
Main Contact: Elaine B.  Email  (Phone: 954-421-6224)
Teacher: Residnet Teacher Geshe Konchog K  
Spiritual Director: Alex S.  Email  
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Our Mission – Authentic Teachings with a Modern Perspective

Our goal at Tubten Kunga Center (“TKC”) is to help students achieve their maximum potential for wisdom, happiness, and compassion. Our programs present Buddhist teachings in an authentic and traditional manner, without compromising their integrity. At the same time, we attempt to adapt the presentation of these teachings to modern mentalities, sensibilities, and situations. Our resident teacher, Geshe Konchog Kyab, has spent many years teaching to western students in the United States and Europe, following his extensive training in the Tibetan monastic system. We are also fortunate to be a part of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition, which has been teaching Buddhism in the West for several decades.

Our Students – Ordinary People from All Backgrounds

At TKC, you will find students from all walks of life. Most people who attend classes and events at our center are not Buddhists, but are attracted to Buddhism’s message of peace, compassion, and wisdom. Our students are young and old, married and single, and from all religious and ethnic backgrounds. We provide an engaging selection of classes to suit all levels of interest and effort. We also attempt to foster a community atmosphere, where people can come when they need support during difficult times. We invite you to become a part of our Dharma family, or just drop in as you please!

Our Method – Education, Meditation, Community Service

We follow the inspiration of Lama Zopa Rinpoche , spiritual director of the FPMT, and present a variety of courses and programs aimed at improving the hearts and minds of all people. We believe that a combination of study, practice, ritual, and community service is the optimal method for progressing towards enlightenment. Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of classes and projects, to suit their schedules and interests. Most importantly, we expect students to take what they learn into their hearts, and carry it into their every-day lives. At work, at home, in traffic – we help our students cultivate the tools for a happier lifestyle, and a more peaceful environment.

Our Lineage – The FPMT and the Gelugpa Tradition

At Tubten Kunga Center, we have been handed down one of the most authentic and unbroken lineages in Buddhism. We adhere to the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, which is the main lineage kept by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama. Gelugpa Buddhism began in Tibet with the great scholar and practitioner Je Tsongkhapa (1357-1453), who personally founded many of the great Tibetan monasteries, and was tutor to the first Dalai Lama. The Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) has helped share this tradition with the rest of the world, through their network of monasteries, centers, and study groups. The FPMT was founded by Lama Thubten Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche. We are pending re-affiliation with the FPMT, and are honored to serve south Florida.

Our Heart – His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama

We are supporters of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama, and the Tibetan government-in-exile. Our resident teacher, Geshe Konchog Kyab, is a lifetime student of His Holiness, and we derive many of our teachings from the Dalai Lama’s commentaries and teachings. We strongly believe in the Dalai Lama’s mission of peace, harmony, and freedom for all people.

Our Organization – Volunteer Staff, Donor Supported

We are a non-for-profit organization, and we have been serving South Florida for over 10 years. Our “staff” is comprised 100% of volunteers, who give their time to serve TKC’s students. Even our resident teacher, Geshe Konchog Kyab is a volunteer. Geshe la does not receive a salary from TKC, although we do cover his living expenses and provide him with a very modest stipend for his daily needs. We rely 100% on donations and purchases from our shop to support our expenses. This is truly your center!

Our History – From Study Group to Center

Tubten Kunga Center was founded in 1994, under the spiritual direction of Lama Zopa Rinpoche, by Jacqueline Keeley. For many years, the group was composed of a core cluster of interested people, who met in public venues and at private homes. In 1999, thanks to the generosity of our donors, students and practitioners, the Center moved into a physical facility. Since May of 2000, we are grateful to host Lama Geshe Konchog Kyab as resident teacher.

Tucson Mindfulness Practice Community

Address: 150 S. 4th Ave  Tucson 85701
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Order of Interbeing and Buddhist Society for Compassionate Wisdom
Affiliation: Non-Affiliated; Independent
Phone: 520-271-6518
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Main Contact: Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio  Email  (Phone: 520 624-7949)
Spiritual Director: Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio  Email  (Phone: 520-624-7949)
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Tucson Mindfulness Practice Sangha
With Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio

Those who practice mindful living will inevitably transform themselves and their way of life. Mindfulness is the seed of awakened living, awareness, understanding, compassion, freedom, and healing.  With mindfulness, we learn to live more simply, to enjoy ourselves, our friends and our natural environment. We free ourselves from the conditioned patterns of behavior so that we can respond to the varying conditions of life with love, care and wisdom.

The sangha is a community of practitioners who aspire to support one another to live in harmony as they awaken to a life of love and understanding together.

All are welcome to join the Tucson Mindfulness Practice Community at Tucson Yoga. We meet on Sundays, from 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  The non-sectarian practice includes sitting and walking meditation, instruction and discussion.  Under the direction of guiding teacher, Poep Sa Frank Jude Boccio.

Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center

Address: 211 Legion Way SW   Olympia WA 98501
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition
Phone: 3607547787
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Teacher: Gen Kelsang Wangpo  
Spiritual Director: Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong  
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Our Center was founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso in 2002 based on a request for teachings. We are here to provide the people of the South Sound Region with the opportunity to learn about meditation and its benefits, and how to practice Buddha's timeless teachings.

Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center

Address: 1501 Pacific Avenue, Suite #301 United Way Building   Tacoma WA 98402
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition
Phone: 3607547787
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Spiritual Director: Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong  
Teacher: Gen Kelsang Wangpo  
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Our Center was founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso in 2012 based on a request for teachings. We are here to provide the people of the South Sound Region with the opportunity to learn about meditation and its benefits, and how to practice Buddha's timeless teachings.

Two Rivers Zen Community

Address: 926 Court Street   Honesdale PA 18431
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen
Affiliation: Udumbara National Sangha
Phone: 5702517800
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Spiritual Director: Rev. Seiso Paul Cooper  Email  (Phone: 5702517800)
Teacher: Rev. Seiso Paul Cooper  
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The Two Rivers Zen Community (Formerly: “Zen Center of Wayne County”) serves to make Zen practice and study in the Soto Zen tradition truly accessible to the Upper Delaware River region and the surrounding areas.

We offer introduction to zazen (Zen meditation)*, zazenkai (day-long retreats), traditional services; Zen studies classes and special events including retreats, workshops led by visiting teachers and ongoing one-on-one private instructions for review and refinement on a regular basis. **

The Two Rivers Zen Community meets at the Court Street Zendo located at 926 Court St., 2nd floor, Honesdale, PA. 18431, at the corner of Tenth Street, across the street from Central Park. Court Street Zendo is formally designated as “Bendowa Temple” “Bendowa” means “Wholehearted Practice of the Way,” which is our emphasis at Two Rivers.

All programs, unless otherwise noted, are open to all at no fee. Voluntary donations are welcomed and gratefully appreciated.

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* Introduction to Zen form and practice available Sundays at 9:00 A.M. by previous appointment via e-mail: before 6:00 P.M. on the Saturday prior to your first visit, or by pre-arranged appointment.

 Two Rivers is a non-profit religious organization incorporated in the Commonwealth of PA.

Tzu Chi Greater Washington DC Regional Office

Address: 1516 Moorings Dr Reston,VA 20190   Reston 20190
Tradition: Mahayana, Dharma Master Cheng Yen
Affiliation: Worldwide Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation
Phone: 703-707-8606
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Underdog Zendo

Address: 2950 West Chicago Ave. #201, Chicago, IL 60622   Chicago IL 60622
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen Buddhist
Affiliation: Drinking Gourd Institute, Buddhist Temple of Toledo
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Senior Dharma Teacher: Rev. Jay Rinsen Weik  
Practice Leader: Shawn Shaon Nichols  Email  
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Underdog Zendo is a vibrant Zen Practice Group located on the West Side of Chicago. We are a growing Sangha of open-minded folks coming together to practice Zazen. U-Z is dedicated to providing a positive space for all those interested in the path of enlightenment and the practice of Zen Buddhism. We hold Weekly Zen Practice every Sunday 4-6pm - All welcome!

Unitarian Universalist Society of Black Hawk County

Address: 3912 Cedar Heights Drive  Cedar Falls IA 50613
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 319-266-5640
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Spiritual Director: Eva Chameron  Email  
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Buddhist path services on Thursday nights at 7:30pm.  Dharma talks and meditation.

University Buddhist Association at UCLA

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Staff Member: Eric  Email  
Main Contact: Eric  Email  
Teacher: Venerable Kusala  
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Bringing the Sangha to the University
In order for students to meet and learn about a variety of Buddhist traditions, the UBA sponsors guest speakers from many of the local temples in Southern California to come and speak at UCLA.

  • Bringing the Students to the Community
    The UBA utilizes the passion of young Buddhists to reach out into the larger community and become connected beyond our college years. We sponsor field trips, retreats, and community service to forge the bonds that can last a lifetime.
  • Bringing Buddhism to the Disucssion
    The Buddhist teachings offer a perspective not found elsewhere, and a set of responsibilities unique to the religion. The UBA participates in interfaith events and dialog to make the Buddhist voice heard and understood.

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