Bhakti Fest Believes
“Invest in me. Send me to school. I will change the world!”
Food for Life Vrindavan is a humanitarian association officially recognized by the Indian government. For the last ten years, Food for Life Vrindavan has worked in the poorest villages in the Vrindavan area (120 Km south of New Delhi).
The Love Serve Remember Foundation is dedicated to preserve and continue the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba and Ram Dass. The foundation facilitates the continuation of these teachings through beb casts, Private Heart 2 Hearts with Ram Dass, online courses, e-books, Words of Wisdom, a vast media library, and a social network. In addition, the Love Serve Remember Foundation sponsors retreats led by Ram Dass featuring other esteemed spiritual teachers on Maui.
“Offering Assistance Programs to Children and their Families”
Dr Prabhavati Dwabha is the director of a small grassroots Rural Development Assistance Project dedicated to the empowerment of women and children living in remote mountains, below poverty-lines, in the villages of the Garhwal, Uttaranchal, India. Say Yes Now has been working in this area for the last 12 years and is happy to have provided assistance to more than 1,800 children in 68 villages and medical assistance to the entire village communities of 12,000.
“A world free of avoidable blindness.”
Seva Foundation partners worldwide to create self-sustaining programs that preserve and restore sight.
For 30 years, Seva Foundation has served people around the world who are struggling for health, cultural survival, and sustainable communities. The projects evolve, but their approach is always the same — building partnerships that respect the cultures and traditional wisdom of the people their serve, and focusing on solutions that can be sustained by local communities.
“Investing in the next generation of leaders and innovators through Mindful Leadership, Life Essentials, and Professional Development Programs.”
The Share Necessities offers a holistic approach to dealing with real life issues of low-income, homeless, and impoverished communities. They facilitate access to basic necessities for living and provide transformational tools of mindfulness, meditation and yoga for conscious and healthy living. A 501 (c)(3) non-profit.
“Let not humanity suffer.”
Under the guidance and inspiration of His Holiness Radhanath Swami, a team headed by a few doctors has been extending themselves to care for the needy in society. Would you like to share your care with them?
“Working at the nexus of environmental sustainability, economic development, and women’s leadership.”
Our mission is to equip women, who are the nodes of this grid, with the skills and tools they need to protect our earth and strengthen communities from the inside out. We work with local leaders who build up other leaders. One becomes two, two become four, four become eight, and millions.