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 Amitabha Hospice  New window
 An engaged Buddhist community directly supporting a large hospice in Australia and indirectly supporting hospice caregivers worldwide. This website has a wealth of online resources for Buddhists involved with death, dying, and bereavement.
 Brisbane Australia Karuna Hospice Service  New window
 Offers free, 24 hour, compassionate, caring support in Brisbane at home to terminally ill people and their families, based on the Buddhist tradition.
 Buddhanet Death and Dying Resource Center  New window
 Articles and links to Buddhist resources for death, dying, and bereavement.
 Buddhist AIDS Project  New window
 San Francisco based non-profit provides free information and referral to current HIV/AIDS news, with links to local, national, and international resources; and Buddhist teachings, practice centers, and special events.
 Clear Light Society  New window
 Provides assistance to the terminally ill and their families using meditation.
 Sangha Metta Project  New window
 Engages monks in HIV/AIDS prevention and care. The monks, taking the Buddha's teachings as their inspiration, concluded that a core aspect of HIV/AIDS was ignorance about the condition among both the sufferers and the general public.
 The Buddhist Hospice Trust  New window
 Aims to provide compassionate care and companionship for the living, the dying and the bereaved. The Trust is non-sectarian and is open to Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike. It also offers informal support and information to whomsoever may be concerned to better understand Buddhist approaches to living and dying.
 Zen Hospice Project  New window
 An engaged Buddhist community supporting and staffing a large San Francisco hospice. The website also feature resources for hospice caregivers worldwide.

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