Your membership and participation in NWTCA’s programs and activities are ways to be part of your culture and community. What would it mean if your children have no way of experiencing Tibetan cultural traditions and no way of sharing experiences with another Tibetan-American children? What if there was no place of worship and no way to hear, learn and practice your spiritual traditions? What would it be like being the only Tibetan in an area? NWTCA provides programs and activities for your children to learn your own language, songs and dances. You and your parents can come to Bhod Khang to offer prayers, hear and understand teachings and make a spiritual connection. Being a part of NWTCA, you can establish a true sense of your own cultural roots.
Tibetans inside Tibet are considered second class citizens in their own land. In a free nation, we have an opportunity to learn and preserve our traditions and culture. So take this wonderful opportunity and make a contribution towards your culture and community by being an NWTCA member.
Please pay your membership dues to our Treasurer, Amdo Thubten la or Accountant Tashi Lhamo la by January 31, 2016. They will be at Bodkhang on Sundays from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.