Sandwiches for the Homeless, St. Louis

On 24th April 2015, 30 volunteers from the Sathya Sai Centres of the St. Louis area assembled and served 300 cheese sandwiches to the homeless at Centenary United Methodist Church. The volunteers formed five groups, each representing a human value, and embarked on this noble project while chanting the sacred Gayatri Mantra. Read More

International Medical Camp in Jamaica

SSIO members organised an International Medical Camp in Jamaica from 21st–25th April 2015, in which 18 Sathya Sai volunteers from the USA, Canada, and Jamaica provided medical services to 1,542 needy Jamaicans at nine urban and rural locations. The Jamaica Ministry of Health (MOH) provided medications and transportation and facilitated the visits of the health professional volunteers.On Bhagawan’s Mahasamadhi anniversary, 24th April 2015, the international volunteers, along with the local Jamaican SSIO members, served dinner to more than 100 homeless brothers and sisters at the Marie Atkins Shelter Home.

Pre-World Conference in Zone 1

More than 450 Sathya Sai International Organisation delegates and members from Canada, Israel, West Indies, and the USA participated joyfully in a Pre-World Conference for Zone 1, held in Orlando, Florida, from 17th to 19th April 2015. Senior SSIO leaders presented talks on Bhagawan’s teachings on love and selfless service. In addition to sharing experiences of personal transformations, Read More

Educational Meetings in Peru

A first international forum on Sathya Sai Education in Human Values (SSEHV) in Peru was organised by the ISSE of Peru in Lima on 15th–16th April 2015. About 230 teachers, students, parents, educational officials, and heads of educational institutions came together to discuss the impact and benefits of SSEHV in different countries. Read More

Marathon Relay Race in St Louis, USA

Under the guidance of a Sathya Sai medical professional, a few Sathya Sai women volunteers from the St. Louis area started focusing on nutrition and physical well-being in September 2014, for improving their health. They met frequently and discussed Bhagawan’s messages on health, wellness, and nutrition. In honour of Bhagawan’s 90th Birthday, Read More

Serving the Disabled, Ghana

The Nsawam Orthopaedic Training Center (NOTC) helps disabled children in Ghana who have lost one or more limbs. At Easter time, in April 2015, ten Sathya Sai volunteers visited the NOTC to offer food to about 80 children. The volunteers served jollof rice, toffees, biscuits, fruits, donuts, bread, and fruit juice.