Sangha Services

Service and Support for the Community of Monks and Nuns

Bodhi Heart Sanctuary does not have an abbot due to its non-sectarian vision. Nevertheless, we welcome monastics from all Buddhist Traditions to stay in one of our 6 kutis or huts. Monastics are accepted to stay in our kutis if they are offering Dharma talks, giving meditation instructions, having personal retreats or needing private time to prepare, publish or produce Dharma resources. We do also accept them on compassionate grounds.

When monastics stays in the Sanctuary we will cater for their meals – both breakfast and lunch. Of course, we will also serve their other needs including health, both medical and dental, and transport, where needed. It is a joy to serve the monastics from across the world as they venture into Malaysia for their propagation or cultivation purposes.


Your commitment to serve may just be a day and a session over a short period of time i.e., Tuesday’s breakfast for the next two months. When you subscribe we will guide you through the process.

Help Us

These are areas we need help in to serve and support the monastics, and you may contact us to state your interest

  1. Transport. The monastics do travel mainly for purpose of Dharma programs and to-and-from transport terminals
  2. Meals. We prepare their daily meals, which may be vegetarian or otherwise, for both breakfast and lunch. We have a roster for interested individuals to serve the meals. If you have the passion and joy to serve these monastic do contact us.
  3. Housekeeping. We do regular clean up of their kutis e.g., once a fortnight. This also include dhobi services.
  4. If you have a special skill related to health and you are passionate to offer your service to the monastic do contact us too.

Your commitment to serve may just be a day and a session over a short period of time i.e., Tuesday’s breakfast for the next two months. When you subscribe we will guide you through the process.

We also look forward to donations to support the monastics other needs including printing materials, and medical checkups and treatments, among others. Your donation goes to the Sangha and Sasana Fund (also known as the Kathina Dayaka Fund) which helps to provide for their varied allowable needs.