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VT Seva (Volunteering Together for Service) is a volunteer driven global non profit organization. It was registered as 501(C)3 non-profit organization in USA in 2008. It's Sister Organization ‘Vikasa Tarangini ’(VT) established in India in 1992 has been rendering yeoman services with more than 75,000 active volunteers. It is also active in England, Australia and Tanzania.

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covid-19 relief AID

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting tens of thousands of people in profound ways.  VTSeva is stepping up efforts to aid organizations that are working to ensure food, aid and medical supplies are delivered to those who need it.

How ? VT Seva is seeking your generous donations to collectively donate to the organizations in your local areas.  

How you can help ? Select the nearest branch of VT Seva you belong to and click on the donate button.

Why choose VTSeva ? VT Seva always stepped up to help the community during natural disasters and as you all know COVID-19 is declared as a pandemic and we would like to encourage our patrons to do their part in helping the people in need. You may scroll below to see the list of all natural disasters VT Seva has helped in the past.

Are my donations tax deductible ? All donations are Tax Deductible under IRS section 501 (c) (3) rules to the extent permitted by the law.

Which organizations VT Seva is supporting ? Please scroll below to know which organizations the collective donations will be sent to.

Questions ? Email us at: covidresponse@vtsworld.org

$ 49,384.03

Raised by...

451

People.

vtseva will match upto $25,000 of total donations received

* updated EOD

 

Beneficiaries by branch

Below are all participating VTSEVA branches and the beneficiaries to whom the collected donations will be sent to. Please use form above for donations.

Albany/New York

The New York State COVID-19 Volunteer and Donation Assistant Program

Raised:

$ 1,169

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Atlanta

Raised:

$ 347

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Austin

Raised:

$ 710

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BayArea

Raised:

$ 1,966

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Bloomington

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

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Cary

Raised:

$ 1,835

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Charlotte

Second Harvest Food Bank

Raised:

$ 681

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Charlottesville

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

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Chicago

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 5,490

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Cincinnati

Raised:

$ 705

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Columbus

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 151.03

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Concord

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 566

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Connecticut

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Dallas

Raised:

$ 2,398

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Detroit

Raised:

$ 1,075

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Ft. Lauderdale

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Harrisburg

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 100

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Houston

Raised:

$ 2,723

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Jacksonville

Raised:

$ 227

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Katy

Raised:

$ 402

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Los Angeles

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Milwaukee

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Minneapolis

Raised:

$ 250

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Nashville

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 200

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New Jersey

The Children's Hospital at St. Peter's University Hospital

Franklin Food Bank 

Trenton Area Soup Kitchen


Raised:

$ 2,773

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North Jersey

Fundraising for masks for local Hospitals

Parsippany Community Food Pantry

Raised:

$ 9,703

Beneficiaries

Orlando

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 551

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Phoenix

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$151

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Pittsburgh

Raised:

$ 759

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Portland

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Sacramento

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San Antonio

Raised:

$ 1,662

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Seattle

Raised:

$ 3,712

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St. Louis

Raised:

$ 540

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Tampa

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 6,249

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Virginia

Local beneficiaries being identified by our local volunteer lead

Raised:

$ 366

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VTSEVA 

DISASTER RECOVERY

VTseva volunteers have made tremendous efforts in past each time a natural disaster struck. You may learn more by clicking the button below

Past disaster recovery efforts by vtseva

2018 California fires

Donated daily essential toiletries package and warm new blanket kits to the affected.

2014 HudHud Cyclone

Andhra Pradesh (India) Hudhud Cyclone Relief - Raised more than $30,000 USD and donated Rs. 10 lakhs ($17,000) for Chief Minister relief operations, volunteers distributed food & clothes for the people impacted.

2013 Phalin Cyclone Relief

Odisha (India) Phailin Cyclone Relief - Donated Lanterns (kerosene Lamps) to 600 families at Ganga Vihar, Kotha Buxipalli village

2011 Japan Tsunami

Japan Tsunami Relief - VTSeva donated ~$44,000 USD to Japan Government. Mainichi Shimbun/Reuters

2017 Hurricane Harvey

In response to Hurricane Harvey, VT Seva provided immediate relief by engaging more than 500 volunteers in relief efforts for 20 continuous days to serve 20,000 meals, clean 200 flood affected houses, distribute 100,000 water bottles and provide immediate medical guidance. $25,000 has been donated to Houston Mayor on December 1st, 2017.

2017 Hurricane Harvey - Katy area

Hurricane Harvey caused major devastation. In Katy area, VTSeva volunteers delivered 300 meals, water, delivered hot lunches door to door and helped clean houses!. Apart from this, VT Seva donated $25,000 to Mayor of Houston and donated $10,000 to city of Rockport

2015 Nepal Eathquake

Devastating earthquake in Nepal in May of 2015 caused damage beyond imagination. VTSeva volunteers put together a relief package costing just $32 and collectively donated to the victims.

2010 Haiti Earthquake relief

In 2010, Boston center of VTSeva organized a benefit show by showing movie "Maya Bazaar" to the audience. All proceeds were donated to UNICEF to aid the children affected by the earthquake.

2012 Hurricane Sandy Relief

In Nov 2012, VTSeva volunteers donated 547 disaster relief boxes, 9000 meals and sorted clothes for kids.

2015 Hurricane Joaquin - South Carolina

VTSeva volunteers donated $10,001 to support 1000 year flood 'Joaquin' in South Carolina.

2009 Andhra floods

5000 Flood Relief Kits, Flood relief kits to 10000 Families in 100 Villages. 300 Boats to Fishermen, Food and Free Medical Services_. Distributed 20Tons of Corn seeds worth of $100,000 to the Farmers(sufficient for 2500 Acre)

Other activity highlights of vtseva

Support to visually challenged children

In last decade, VTSeva sponsored more than 2500 visually challenged children by providing free education, food and clothing. All of this was possible only by donations generated via events, sponsorships and generous volunteers.

Free education to tribals

VTseva sponsored schools in remote villages and provided free education, food to almost 3000 tribal children each yearly in last decade, which continues to help build a strong educational foundation to tribal children.

Community volunteering

Holiday or no holiday, VTSeva volunteers across USA served at multiple community centers during Memorial day, Thanksgiving and other holidays.

Christmas food bank volunteering

Each year in most all centers of VTSeva, volunteers reach out to food banks and help with food sorting.

2018 Stanford small cell research donation

In 2018 VTSeva donated $51,479 towards Stanford for small cell Carcinoma research in memory of Mr. Srini Eravelli.

2012 Chase community Giving

VTSeva came in 3rd in 2012 Chase community giving program out of 2500 that applied. 196 charities were selected by Facebook users and VTSeva won the popular vote coming in 3rd winning a grant of $100k. The funds were utilized for two projects (Care on wheels & Equip the underprivileged children with better education facilities and technology)

2015 Child obesity walkathon

In 2015, VTSeva San Antonio held a child obesity walkathon with a mission to raise awareness and discuss preventative measures against childhood obesity, an epidemic affecting 40% of American children, through a 1 mile walk and informative lecture by Registered Dietician and exercise demonstrations by certified personal trainers.

2019 Suicide prevention walk

In 2019, Seattle center of VTSeva conducted a 5K walkathon for suicide prevention.This was followed by a seminar. All funds raised were donated to NAMI - SEATTLE

Adopt a Street

Multiple branches of VTSeva worked with the local county offices and took up "Adopt a Street" program, in which volunteers periodically go and clean the street. City of Lewisville, City of Irving, City of Southlake, Bay area, Seattle, San Antonio are some of areas served by VTSeva.

Old age homes + Senior Living

Going to Senior living or old age homes and providing help, support, serving food, reading books or simply playing a few games with the seniors are regular activities with most centers.

Burritos, Lunch or Dinner

Making burritos for lunch or preparing food for homeless shelter has been a regular activity at VTSeva centers. Youth volunteers most always call this the best fun activity they participate in. Who doesn't like making burritos ?

2017 nVidia Grant

VT Seva received a $50k grant from nVidia in 2017 to support 50 cancer screening camps aimed at preventing cervical and breast cancer in rural women in India and Nepal through VT Seva’s Bloom project. From Jan 1st, 2018 to Dec 28th, 2018, VT Seva organized 116 cancer screening camps raising awareness in more than 60,000 people and screened 10,602 women !

Playing for a cause

Volleyball ? Cricket ? Chess ? Playing for a cause has became a favorite activity for volunteers. This has helped bring the community together and have some outdoor fun, while providing for charity !.

Health awareness - International Yoga day

To raise health awareness, VTSeva volunteers started to bring community together for International Yoga day !. Apart from this regular yoga workshops, teaching of Yoga, 30 day Yoga challenge are few other activities.