Workshop in Nicaragua

On 4th July 2015, at the Las Mercedes Hotel in Managua, Nicaragua, 13 Sathya Sai organisation members participated in a workshop titled “Understanding the Blessing Sai Has Given Us.” The workshop focused on the purpose of the SSIO and the guidelines that Bhagawan had approved at the 9th World Conference in 2010, which were adopted in 2012 at the Latin American Congress in Mexico. The group formulated a plan to advance the divine mission, and everyone present agreed to work towards achieving the goals of the SSIO with renewed dedication and positive attitudes. A participant offered her home for weekly meetings, including study circles, “light meditation” practice, and devotional singing.

Serving the needy in Saudi Arabia

In commemoration of the holy month of Ramadan, SSIO volunteers at the Riyadh Sathya Sai Centre distributed 108 packets of rice, oil, sugar, vermicelli, fruit, juice, dates, and water on 3rd July 2015.

On 31st July 2015, in observance of Guru Poornima, 30 SSIO members expressed reverence and gratitude to Bhagawan through a programme held at the Riyadh Sathya Sai Centre. Read More

Service at Women’s Shelter, Canada

Female youth at a Sathya Sai Centre in Toronto have undertaken a project to serve the residents of a women’s shelter called Sistering. The shelter provides basic services to disadvantaged or homeless women in need of a safe environment during the day. This facility offers breakfast, snacks, and lunch to the women and provides assistance in finding housing. Four or five Sathya Sai youth volunteers visit the shelter on the first Saturday of every month and help to prepare and serve meals and assist with cleaning. The shelter staff and residents are always happy to see the female youth volunteers, who have been visiting the facility since 2014.

National Camp in Ukraine

A national medical and construction camp was organised from 2nd to 8th July 2015 at a boarding school for children in the Vinnitsa region, by 21 Sathya Sai volunteers from six Ukrainian cities. The project’s intent was to improve the living conditions of needy children. Read More