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Nevada Training Center Hosts its First Family Service Event!

Not even the smell of chocolate from the original Ethel M. Chocolate Factory across the street could distract volunteers who gathered for the first Family Service Event at the Shinnyo-en Nevada Training Center. On...

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Announcing Rev. Jay Gibson as the New Vice President of Shinnyo-en Foundation

The Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Jay Gibson as our new Vice President. As we welcome Jay, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our outgoing Vice President, Rev. Ben Takagi, for his...

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Cool Service Event on a Hot Summer Day

Contributed by Benjamin Marks, Shinnyo-en Youth Association Member, Washington D.C. Summers in the Nation’s Capital are always hot and steamy. However, that didn’t stop the members of Shinnyo-en Washington, D.C....

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We’re Moving! Office will be closed, Sept 26th – Oct 1st

Don’t worry, we won’t be going too far! After 20 years of being in the heart of San Francisco, our office will be moving just 12 miles south to San Bruno. As we pack up and set up our new home, the...

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Welcome, 2014-2015 Shinnyo Fellows!

This August we welcomed a group of passionate and bright individuals as our 2014-2015 Shinnyo Fellows! Shinnyo Fellows range from undergraduate to Ph.D. students who are recruited and selected by the Foundation’s...

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Lantern Floating Hawaii 2014

This past Memorial Day, the Shinnyo-en Order conducted its 16th Annual Lantern Floating Hawaii on the shores of Ala Moana Beach in Honolulu. The Lantern Floating is a traditional Buddhist Ceremony held to honor...

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10th Annual Spirit of Community Celebration at Seattle University

The Center for Service and Community Engagement (CSCE) at Seattle University reached a huge milestone this year, celebrating its 10th year of connecting the campus and the wider community through sustained...

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