For the wellbeing of Humanity

The Supreme Buddha’s life and teachings have inspired many around the world to be kind hearted and generous individuals. A random act of kindness by one person can be the catalyst for positive change in the world. Therefore Mahamevnawa New Zealand actively encourages people of all ages to carry out benevolent activities wherever possible. The activities that we organize include Beach clean up events, Blood donations and Goods donations to Aucklanders in need with Auckland city mission. You can join us in this joyous meritorious effort and reap the benefits in this life itself.

A kind-hearted person observes the situations where others are suffering and takes action to help. An act of kindness can be as simple as smiling and saying hello, sharing your lunch with someone that doesn’t have any or simply listening to someone in need. Cleaning the environment around us and contributing to the health and wellbeing of others are also acts of kindness. Whether they are small acts of kindness that are done on a day to day basis or substantial ones, they can have a life-changing effect on every one that is touched by it.

Generosity is a fundamental part of all the benevolent activities, as you need to dedicate your time, energy and sometimes even money for the wellbeing of others. The Supreme Buddha, on many occasions, mentions the importance of practising generosity and its amazing ability to bring one closer to freedom from all suffering. When you dedicate your time or make a donation for a good cause, you may feel that you are losing something, however, the most valuable wealth of happiness will be gained instead. Generosity indeed can make us happier!

The virtue of patience is one that was praised by the Supreme Buddha. It is an essential quality that is needed in life, especially when you are helping others. You may have to endure rain, sun, hunger, physical pain or harsh words, even from the people you are trying to help. However, it is only if you are patient you will be able to collect merits. By being patient you will have helped yourself and the other person also.

Recent projects


We supported “Pure Water for All” charity project which was initiated and being implemented by Shraddha TV with the collaboration of the University of Kelaniya (Sri Lanka) and Civil Security Department in Sri Lanka. Your commitment to helping us to “Defeat Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDu) one step at a time” is greatly appreciated. 
The cause of this Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDu) is the consumption of polluted hard water over long periods of time (10 to 15 years). This has been experimentally proven by several types of research. Under this project, we established water purification plants with Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology which could remove harmful chemical elements in contaminated drinking water of diseased prevalent areas and purify polluted water. 
As the first step from New Zealand donations, we have selected one of the villages from Padavi, Anuradhapura in the northcentral province of Sri Lanka to establish a water purification plant. We selected the Koonweva Village people who are currently suffering from this deadly epidemic. There are around 500 families living and 10+ villagers are suffering from deadly Chronic Kidney Disease. Each day, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDu) continue to affect an even greater number of individuals, and our contributions will help us to truly make a difference.
You could find more details about the Koonweva project from


We donated goods to the Auckland City Mission, which is one of the main organizations who provide unique and specialised health and social services to marginalised Aucklanders. This meritorious event took place on 23rd November 2019 at 15 Auburn Street, Grafton, Auckland.