Tibetan monasteries in Tibet, Nepal and India survive on the donations they receive: many accept as students orphaned children or those from poor families, as well as elderly and disabled people who are without support.

Help reaches several monasteries and is needed to cover basic necessities (food, blankets, medicines, shoes, mattresses, furniture, kitchen utensils, textbooks, repair work to the buildings) and contributes to the preservation of a great culture.

It is possible to contribute by adopting at a distance a monk, of any age, or by giving a donation for the general expenses of the monastery.