These causes are dear to our heart and a percentage of proceeds is donated to each of them every year.
Today, Ramana’s Garden is home to more than 60 at-risk children and a free English medium school up to 8th grade for more than 160 students.
Food for Life Vrindavan
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.
For 30 years, Seva Foundation has served people around the world who are struggling for health, cultural survival, and sustainable communities.
Share Your Care
Share Your Care is a community relief & project development wing of Bhaktivedanta Hospital, which focuses on projects, programs and causes in the healthcare sector with the main objective to provide free, concessional & affordable health care services to the needy.
Love Serve Remember Foundation
The Love Serve Remember Foundation is dedicated to preserve and continue the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba and Ram Dass.
“Education is the best provision for old age. And we prepare our school kids for it.” Sandipani Muni School
Walking diligently, you will see small groups of girls on the streets of Vrindavan every morning, on their way to Sandipani Muni School where they receive proper education. Seated gracefully in their classrooms, they prepare for their tomorrow. Every afternoon, these kids are served lunch, which is the only meal many of them will have that day. We have about 1300 girls studying in our 3 schools located in Vrindavan and have one school under construction at Govardhan.
Food for Life Vrindavan has a Sponsorship Program in place that is aimed at preventing child marriage by keeping the young girls in school until the age of 18. A girl can be sponsored at $45 per month. Out of $45, $40 is used towards their education, uniform, meals, skill development, medical care etc. The remaining $5 is held per month in a special fund until the girl is 18 years old. Education is proven to pave a pathway to employment, enabling the girls to end the cycle of poverty.
“One should see any opportunity to serve as a rare and precious gift…and never waste such an opportunity.” ~ Amma