Our meditation centre need your support. We are a non profit charity and we require your donations to maintain the centre and keep it open.
Please look below for more information on making regular donations by direct debit or by cheque. You are also welcome to come in person to the centre for donations to our resident monks.
Your support is also very much welcome and those interested in becoming part of our community are invited to come visit us. We do hold regular events so please view our news and events page.
Swan Dana (Lunch Donation to the Sangha)
The first Sunday of the every month there is an offering of lunch for the Sayadaw. After the meal the Sayadaw will retire to his room. During this time lunch will be offered to the visitors. Those wishing to offer Swan Dana (lunch) for the Sayadaw are advised to arrive before 10:30 so the meals can be prepared and presented. After lunch the Sayadaw will deliver a Dhamma talk in the main room and it will be followed by a short meditation session.
For cheques please make them payable to “Mahasi Dhamma Fellowship” and send to:
420 Lower Broughton Road,
Salford, Greater Manchester,
M7 2GD, UK.
Donations by Deeds of Covenant (Direct Debit)
The gift of Dhamma is indeed the most noble gift.
Friends of Dhamma, who wish to contribute towards the upkeep of our Saraniya Dhamma Meditation Centre please consider this method. This allows for regular donations and as a registered charity the centre is able to claim a tax refund from the Inland Revenue.
For as little as £5 a month (£60 per annum) the Fellowship will be able to claim back £20 tax refund per year.
Please complete the Deed of Covenant Form here, and return to Saraniya Dhamma Centre, 420 Lower Broughton Road, Salford, Greater Manchester, Lancashire M7 2GD, UK.
Gift Aid Claims
If you have made donations to out centre, please could you send in your postal addresses for the gift aid claim.