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Sat. October 15, 12PM in SF: Walk to Feed the Hungry September 29, 2016

Posted by ebmc in Community CONNECTIONS, Community EVENTS.


The renowned Buddhist Monk Bhikkhu Bodhi translater of many important Pali texts, beloved teacher of the Vipassana community, is leading without leading an effort to reduce hunger.
How wonderful to care for all beings in this way.  Walk or donate to someone who is walking.  It is another way to depeen our generosity to all beings.
May we undertake the wish to relieve the suffering not just for ourselves & familiars, but all beings. Thank you Bhikkhu Bodhi, wonderful.
Thank you to everyone who is involved in this effort.

Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM

Event Schedule

Check-in Time: 12:00 noon – 12:45 pm
Talk on the history of Gold Mountain Monastery: 12:45 pm


Vietnamese Buddhist Association of San Francisco
243 Duboce Avenue
San Francisco, CA

Start Walking: 1:00 pm

Please bring a water bottle, sun-hat, and whatever you need for your walk. (SF is cooler than one assumes.) If you can, please wear a white shirt, so on the busy streets of San Francisco we can be identified as a group.

Getting there: Public transportation and carpooling are encouraged.

You can use Luxe.com valet services to park your car and deliver it to you at the end location for about $5/hr. Or you can park here:

  • Central Parking System, 600 California St, San Francisco, CA (488 ft SE)
  • Portsmouth Square Garage, 733 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA   (0.1 mi NE)
  • Central Parking, 550 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA (0.1 mi E)
  • St. Mary’s Square Garage, 433 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA ( 0.1 mi SE)

Ending Point: Vietnamese Buddhist Association of SF, 243 Duboce Ave, San Francisco 

Getting back to your car: You can walk back or use public transportation.

Also view the local website at http://www.karunabv.org/san-francisco-walk-2016.html


Corina Stoicescu
707 540 3559

May all beings be free from hunger.



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