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澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构Australia Oriental Media Buddhist Charity Association,成立于2014年5月,是经澳洲政府批准合法成立的慈善机构,具有完备的政府财务审核体系,资金全部由政府监管。

东方台慈善机构在澳洲及世界范围内从事慈善事业,致力于弘扬中华文化,宣传佛教精髓,促进人类心灵和谐,化解精神心理问题;开展慈善募捐,救助精神忧郁心理 疾患人士、残障人士及弱能儿童;举办大型慈善活动,为各地水灾地震募集善款。该慈善机构以佛法的“仁爱慈悲”为核心理念,教化人们尊老爱幼、救死扶伤,为弘扬佛法及慈善公益事业奉献爱心,为世界和谐和平发展献一份力。

 全球致力于慈善

 关注心理疾病患者 多年来澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构和董事长卢军宏致力于慈善事业发展。近年来,卢军宏为慈善事业捐献几十万澳元。2014年、2015年澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构向Beyondblue澳洲忧郁症协会捐献善款6000澳币用于救助忧郁症患者,并与Beyondblue达成合作意向,多次开展忧郁症救助的宣传与慈善活动。

 长期捐助各大慈善机构 多年来澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构一直为国际红十字会(International Red Cross)、澳洲心脏救助基金会(Heart Foundation)、中风救助基金会(Stroke Foundation)、抗癌基金会(Cancer Council)、眼疾救助协会(Vision Australia)、国际狮子会等机构做捐助,累计超过数万澳元。

 国际合作 2015 年1月,澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构还为马来西亚水灾向马来西亚政府捐献善款14万马币;2011年澳洲布里斯班水灾,慈善机构号召会员捐款10000 多澳币;2013年,发起支持西藏日喀则地区贫困学生的慈善活动,慈善机构捐款2000澳币,并于新闻发布会上,当场即募集善款一万澳币,引起社会各界关 注; 2015年8月,澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构为法帝玛苏丹后基金会捐赠2万马币;为东姑三王子癌症基金会捐赠3万马币,用于慈善事业。2015年12月澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构为哈米娜苏丹后孤儿慈善基金会捐献善款10万马币。

 赈灾救援 2013年12月,澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构为澳洲慈济功德会捐献善款20000澳币,用于澳洲山火、菲律宾海啸等慈善赈灾救济事业等。1998年中国长江水灾、2008年汶川地震、2013年雅安地震,卢军宏董事长及慈善机构为灾区捐赠物资及善款达10万澳币。

 社区服务 2015年8月,澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构对Lewisham Nursing Home老人院予以慈善捐助,并进行慈善慰问和演出。2015年9月澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构为澳洲弱能儿童协康会进行慈善支援。2015年10月, 澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构慈善慰问新州华人安老之家(Castle Hill Aged Care Home),双方将在2016年开展多项帮助孤寡老人的慈善活动。对以上多家慈善机构捐赠近一万元善款。在各大华人节日,比如春节、母亲节、重阳节、中秋 节等,澳洲东方传媒弘扬佛法慈善机构都为华人华侨献上精彩的慈善演出,成为广大华人华侨的精神家园。

 国际社会认可

卢军宏董事长 因其为国际文化和平所做出的突出贡献,至今已经在全世界五十多个国家与地区拥有一万会员。在联合国、美国国会、美国宽容博物馆、德国柏林等地举办的国际和 平会议,以及英国伦敦世界宗教联合大会上,多次获得世界和平大使殊荣;获得马来西亚皇室赐封拿督终身荣誉爵位;成为意大利锡耶纳大学荣誉客座教授;作为特 邀嘉宾出席2015年第十二届联合国卫塞节庆典活动;2015年9月,应联合国大会主席邀请出席在联合国总部举行的“2015年联合国大会和平文化高峰论 坛”并发言,与联合国大会主席、秘书长潘基文及世界各国政要领袖共谋世界和平。

A Brief Introduction to Australia Oriental Media Buddhist Charity Association

Background

Australia Oriental Media Buddhist Charity Association (AOMB) was founded in May 2014. It has been registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and is required by law to maintain a transparent, correct, and complete financial records.

AOMB is devoted to promoting Buddhism and traditional Chinese culture, helping to restore the peaceful state of mind for modern people, and improving their mental wellbeing. It achieves these objectives by reaching out to people suffering from mental illnesses, raising money for adults and children with disabilities, and organising charitable events to support disaster relief efforts around the world.

Its work is guided by the core values of kindness and compassion. It raises awareness of the importance of improving the welfare of the elderly and children, and reaches out to those disadvantaged and marginalized in our society. By engaging itself in charitable events and the spread of Buddhism, it aims to play its part in the peaceful development of the world.

Devoted to Charity Work around the World

Raise Awareness of Mental Disorders

For years AOMB and its chairman, Richard Lu, have been devoted to charitable activities around the world. In recent years, Mr Lu has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to support charities. In 2014 and 2015, AOMB has donated A$6000 to beyondblue—an Australian non-profit organisation aimed to raise awareness of mental disorders. AOMB and beyondblue also reached agreement to fundraise an initiative to raise awareness of anxiety and depression in Australia by organising several charity events.

Consistently Supporting Charitable Organisations

AOMB has been consistently supporting institutions such as the International Red Cross, the Australian Stroke Foundation, the Heart Foundation, Anti-Cancer Council, Vision Australia, and Lions Clubs International by making donations to the sum of more than tens of thousands of dollars.

International Cooperation

In January 2015, AOMB donated 140,000 Malaysian Ringgit to the Malaysian government to support its flood relief program. In 2011, during the Brisbane floods in Australia it raised over A$10,000 to help those in the affected areas. It also organised a charity program aimed at helping poor students in Tibet, which raised over A$12,000 in 2013. In August 2015, AOMB donated 20,000 Malaysian Ringgit to the Sultanah Fatimah Foundation and 30,000 Malaysian Ringgit to the Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation in Malaysia. In December 2015, AOMB donated 100,000 Malaysian Ringgit to the Sultanah Haminah Orphan Foundation in Malaysia.

Disaster Relief Efforts

In December 2013, AOMB donated A$20,000 to Tzu-Chi Foundation Australia to support its disaster relief programs, including those combatting bushfires in Australia, as well as helping those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

Mr Lu and AOMB have also made donations to support disaster relief efforts in China, including the Yangtze River flood relief efforts in 1998, the earthquake relief programs in Sichuan province in both 2008 and 2013. The donated amount reaches A$100,000.

Serving Our Community

In August 2015, AOMB organised an entertaining performance for residents at Lewisham Nursing Home and made donations to support its service. In September 2015, AOMB donated to support the Sydney Chinese Parents Association-Children with Disabilities. In October 2015, AOMB visited Castle Hill Aged Care Home. Both sides agreed to work together and organise more charitable events to help the elderly in 2016. In sum, AOMB has donated nearly A$10,000 to the above charitable organisations.

To better serve members of the Chinese community, AOMB also hosts various charitable functions and performances to celebrate key Chinese festivals, such as the Spring Festival, the Mother’s Day, the Double Ninth Festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Widely Recognised by the International Community

Due to Mr Lu’s outstanding contribution to the culture of peace around the world, he has 10,000 members in over 50 countries and regions. He has attended summits on world peace held in places such as the United Nations, the US Congress, the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, and Berlin, Germany. He was also awarded the title of “Ambassador for World Peace” at the Unity of Faiths Festival held in London, UK, the United Nations headquarters in New York, and the US Congress. In 2014, Mr Lu was awarded the status of honorary visiting professor by the prestigious University of Siena in Italy; in February 2015, he was also awarded the noble title Dato’, a Malaysian lifelong honour, at the Palace of Malaysia.

In May 2015, Mr Lu was invited to attend the 12th International Buddhist Conference on the United Nations Day of Vesak in Bangkok, Thailand. In September 2015, at the invitation of the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr Lu attended and spoke at the “High Level Forum on the Culture of Peace” as a special guest at the UN headquarters. The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, General Assembly President, senior UN officials and eminent world leaders and peace advocates from around the world gathered to deliberate on non-violence and world peace.

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