About Us

Kyegu Relief Fund Inc was incorporated as an association in New South Wales, Australia, on 29 April 2010. 

The objects of the Fund include to:
• provide relief to persons in certified developing countries 
• provide emergency relief to persons affected by natural disasters
• improve the conditions of communities in a sustainable way
• work in partnership with local communities and organisations
• improve the well-being of those in need regardless of race, religion, culture or political persuasion.

The Fund is administered by persons or institutions who, because of their tenure of some public office or their position in the community, have a degree of responsibility to the community as a whole. The committee includes a member of the clergy, a retired member of parliament, a doctor of psychiatry, two accountants and other professionals.

The Director, His Eminence Aenpo Kyabgon Rinpoche, is the Head of the biggest Monastery in Kyegu. The Fund has unique links to the community in this regard. The Monastery was founded in 1265 and the majority of the locals are its devotees. Whilst having strong ties to the local community through the Monastery, the Fund provides relief to those in need without bias.

The Kyegu Relief Fund is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a charitable institution able to access income tax exemptions and GST concessions. The Fund is also authorised by the NSW Department of Communities with a charitable fundraising authority.

For a copy of the Kyegu Relief Fund's annual reports or audited financial statements please contact us.



KRF Director looks over the devastation 


A helping hand