" The best way to find yourself is to loose yourself in the service of others "
VT Seva volunteers engage in multiple community service activities at each CENTER. Volunteers of all age groups are encouraged to participate in the community service activities. Please find the CENTER nearest to you and check the activities, and connect with the location director.
Alternatively you can also go to any of the EVENTS near your location or simply DONATE on line.
Sign up as volunteer and we will send you information when the need arises or when we have an event in your location
Below is a just a sampling of various activities you can be part of !
ADOPT A STREET
SORTING AT FOOD BANKS
SENIOR CENTER VISITS
HELP OTHER COMMUNITIES
HELP DURING DISASTERS
JUDGE AT CONTESTS
Activities so far
Free education for ~12,000+ underprivileged children from tribal communities from 2004
Empowering ~2500+ visually challenged children with education and livelihood from 2001
1222+ cancer awareness and prevention camps
1.2 Million+ women benefited from cancer awareness and screening
257,385+ cervical cancer screening tests
55+ walk-a-thon’s across USA promoting cancer awareness, childhood obesity, sucide prevention
Partnering with universities in US to leverage technology, process, and people learnings for empowering the visually challenged.
Actively engaging youth & adults in volunteering and philanthropic activities like
Awareness and fundraising walkathons, food drives, adopt-a -street programs, health camps, cooking for the homeless, book drives, services to battered children, services to veterans, service at food banks,...etc.
Winner of Boston Scientific grant for cancer screening and prevention.
Winner of LinkedIn, amazon and PayPal grant awards
Stood #3 world-wide (out of 2500+ non-profit organizations in us) in chase community giving campaign.
Recognized by the US President’s office for the service hours.
Recognized by 100+ companies for employee matching programs.
School for the visually challenged awarded as the ‘Best school in India’ by national association of blind, won many awards at Asian Paralympics.