Cittaviveka is Open from 8am Until Late Evening
British Summer Time has arrived, and the midday meal offering is now at 11.30am. Visitors are allowed to enter and remain in the Dhamma Hall during these opening hours. For more detailed information, please visit our Announcements page.
Scroll below to see the Dana list
Offering food to the monastic community provides an opportunity to visit and participate in the lifestyle of the monastery.
Friends of Cittaviveka often enquire about what is needed. Please find below a list of what would help, along with things that we currently have in plentiful supply.
As a general encouragement, when wishing to make material offerings, and in particular food, we ask people to consider purchasing items that use minimal plastic in the packaging. This may mean choosing larger bulk packages instead of single portions. Also, choosing items that are sourced more locally (instead of imported) can greatly reduce our carbon footprint.
Please note that we have our own high-quality water that comes from the well on the property. Therefore, we encourage people to not bring bottled water.
Thank you, Anumodana!
Dana List – Updated on 4 June
Fresh fruit and vegetables
Prickly heat powder
Eco-friendly laundry liquid
Eco-friendly fabric softener/conditioner
Washing up gloves (e.g. Marigold)
Tapered Dinner Candles
Food items that we do not need at the moment:
*Cittaviveka Monastery is dedicated to minimizing our impact on the environment by asking people to not bring bottled water. The monastery has its own well, which produces exceptionally pure water.
Non-food Items that we
do not need at the moment: