HIndu Swayamsevak Sangh, Sewa Internation, Gifthealth Pharmancy and Bharatiya Hindu Temple collaborated to conduct a free COVID-19 vaddine drive on November 21, 2021.
The following youtube video has more details on the activity.
ROCKAWAY, N.J., June 3, 2021 - Volunteers of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA (HSS), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, during the peak of the COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020, worked in their communities and offered help to families, first responders, and healthcare professionals in 27 states and 198 urban centers nationwide.
SEWA ACTIVITY IN MARCH 2021, BY VEERSAVARKAR SHAKHA, THOUSAND OAKS, CA
"SewaDiwali strives to make a difference in the lives of those suffering from food insecurity. Driven by the values of Dharma and selfless service, this noble act of giving back is a collective initiative of organizations and individuals from Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, and Jain Communities. This initiative is nationally coordinated by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA, a non-profit, voluntary service organization.”
Shakha karyakartas from Arjuna shakha (Centerville, Fremont) approached the City of Newark, CA mayor to present the SEWA activities they have been involved in the Alameda county. Mayor Al Nagy, was very courteous and responded to our email with an appointment on 09/09. Mayor Al Nagy was very courteous and presented us a brief history of the city.
Highlights of our meeting with the mayor:
As we all know due to the Covid-19 pandemic normal life has changed, but for many HSS seniors they missed out on something they had been working up to their whole life, Graduation. So on June 6th 2020, Georgia Vibhag Kishor Pramukh Abhinay Sharma Ji recommended to hold an e-graduation for all the seniors of 2020 in the Southeast Sambhag. He and Srishti Talati assembled a team of kishors from all the Vibhags in Southeast. This included Mrunal Munshi (North Carolina), Mrunal Dongre (North Carolina), Yukta Kulkarni (Florida), and Gargi Konteti (Georgia).
HSS volunteers gave time, money and energy to over pandemic challenges.
They delivered food, personal protection equipment, non perishable foods and helped out of town universtity students find shelter in the Greate Seattle