Your donation is greatly appreciated, and will support the ongoing development of SuttaCentral. We want to continue bring the Buddha’s word to people all around the world.
SuttaCentral Development Trust Account is with Adelaide Bendigo community sector banking, which has ethical and environmentally-friendly investment policies.
|Account name||SuttaCentral Development Trust|
|Bank name||Adelaide Bendigo Community Sector Banking|
|Address||1273 Pacific Highway, Turramurra NSW 2074|
A professional, full-time developer
The content on SuttaCentral has been made possible by volunteers. While their contribution is irreplaceable, we believe that these teachings are of such significance, and the work involved so great, that it is time for us to employ a full time developer.
We are fortunate to have the services of Blake Walsh, one of the few people in the world who is qualified in the Buddhist texts and languages, and also in progamming. With your support, Blake will be able to work full time to make SuttaCentral even better.
Our target is to raise $1000/week to continue to employ Blake, and support the other costs of SuttaCentral.
How can I help?
You can contact our volunteer financial manager, Deepika Weerakoon ([email protected]). Deepika manages the funds on behalf of SuttaCentral Development Trust. Consider making a monthly donation, to help us pay the regular wages.
For donors of over $100, or over $10/month, we would like to offer as a gift a printed copy of the Theragāthā, the “Verses of the Senior Monks”. This fascinating but little-known text from the Pali Canon has been freshly translated by Bhante Sujato for SuttaCentral. Send us a message with your address in it when you donate so we can post this to you.
SuttaCentral Development Trust
The SuttaCentral Development Trust is a charitable trust. The founding members of the trust are Bhante Sujato, Bhante Brahmali, and John Kelly.
The accountants and auditors of the Trust are Randolph Alwis & Co Pty Ltd: http://www.alwisco.com.au/. The ABN is 858 188 75744.
Financial details of the trust are available if you have any inquiries. The Trust was created solely to support the development of SuttaCentral. All funds in the Trust will be solely spent on SuttaCentral, and none on trust administration which is being managed by volunteers.