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Emaho embarks on a regional water project to test the safety of the water in Rinpoche's Tehor region of Eastern Tibet. In the process of building ZaChoeje Rinpoche's new monastery, Tashi Gaden Chopeling, Rinpoche wanted to make sure that the water source and containment storage met world health standards. To make sure of this, we tested 57 individual water sites within 400 square miles of the monastery: a total of 114 tests.
>> Read more about this important project, one of the many we undertake to support Rinpoche and the Tibetan people.
Our Sangha brought their beloved pets for blessings from our kind and generous teacher, ZaChoeje Rinpoche.
Zachoeje Rinpoche and Emaho Foundation do not follow any involvement with the practice of (Dolgyal) Shugden. We do not endorse any persons or institutions that are associated with Dolgyal Shugden. Read more (PDF)
Please join the Emaho Benefactor Circle by becoming an Emaho benefactor. In pledging whatever you can donate monthly, you help shoulder the financial responsibilities of Emaho Foundation. As a benefactor you join our growing Emaho family.
Child poverty has reached record levels in the US, with now almost 17 million children affected.
Emaho continues to support those in need. We ask everyone coming to events at the Emaho Center to bring, each time they come, a non-perishable food item for Mom's Pantry in north Phoenix.
» Read more about our donations to Mom's Pantry
11435 North Cave Creek Road; # 3
Phoenix, AZ 85020
We extend our kind welcome to Emaho Center. We want you to feel welcome and comfortable.
There are things we do in the temple and in the center that may be new to you.
We take off our shoes as a sign of respect. The floors can be cold. You are welcome to wear socks or bring slippers.Read more ...
Amazon Smile and Fry’s Grocery Store have both a set up community rewards programs.
When you shop you can support Emaho Foundation.Read more ...
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