Colorado Gives Day!

by JAKE NORTON

December 2022
I am beyond appreciative of how many of you - friends, family, and more - came out and donated to dZi Foundation to help me raise - and match - $4,800 for Wende’s 48th birthday. In less than a week, we’ve already gotten to 52% of the goal - amazing! To all of those who […]

I am beyond appreciative of how many of you - friends, family, and more - came out and donated to dZi Foundation to help me raise - and match - $4,800 for Wende’s 48th birthday. In less than a week, we’ve already gotten to 52% of the goal - amazing!

Ngawang Tenzing Zangpo Rinpoche, the abbot of Tengboche Monastery, blows a sacred conch shell during the celebration of Mani Rimdu, 2014. This was on the last day of Mani Rimdu, when tormas - or figures made of tsampa dough - are consigned to a sacred fire, signaling the end of negative forces and the beginning of a blessed new year.

To all of those who donated, thank you. Thank you for supporting dZi, for supporting the life and community-changing work they are doing in rural Nepal. I appreciate it beyond words.

And, for those who are still considering giving, today is #ColoradoGivesDay, a day when Coloradans come together to give, and give generously, to non-profits and causes they support. If you’d like to join in, please give at the page for Wende’s birthday fundraiser, or at the main Colorado Gives Day donation page if you prefer (although only donations made on the birthday page will be counted toward the match).

Again, thank you to all that made a donation. It is greatly appreciated!

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