Seva in Bharat

VHPA's Seva takes up activities, programs and services affecting the general welfare of the community in Bharat. A broad range of service programs aim to promote Health & We Programs Currently, the following programs are offered under the general categories of:

In Year 2013 - Donated funds to the following Charitable Organizations:

  • Agasi Mata Charitable Trust - Free cataract eye surgeries and eye care of the needy
  • Girnar Sadhana Ashram – Education of children, food and shelter for needy. Help needy sadhus and fakirs for food and medical treatment.
  • Maneba Charitable Trust - Education and rehabilitation of physically handicapped girls
  • Gandevi Taluka Samaj Kalyan Trust - Eye care, Gynecology, Orthopedic, Cancer and other medical treatment for the needy
  • Gujarat Raktapitt Nivaran Seva Sangh - Unique services to the victims of Raktapitt who are physically and mentally challenged.
  • Sri Bajarangdas Kuti (Swami Tilak) - Swami Tilak Memorial for education activities for the poor and needy.
  • Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratishthan - Helping poor and needy people of Maharastra for their health care and human services.
  • MDCF United Kingdom Charitable organization: Donated $2000  Health Services for needy women being treated at the Sokhada Hospital in Gujarat.

Note: Funds raised by CT chapter or designated by a donor

Disaster Relief:

  • Uttaranchal Flood Disaster:
    • Raised approximately $130,000 of which $100,000 has been sent to Uttaranchal Daivi Apada Pidit Sahayta Samaj (UDAPSS).
  • Phailin Cyclone Relief Fund:
    • $1000 in donation so far. To be sent to appropriate NGO in Bharat.
  • Pakistani Hindu Refugees:
  • Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines:

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VHPA National Office:

P. 0. Box 2009,
Natick, MA 01760
Tel.: 732-744-0851


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