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[Biweekly] Book Reading & Discussion
We conduct book reading sessions twice a month. The goal of this activity is to nurture the concept of selfless service in our team members and volunteers.
Currently we are reading Karma Yoga by Swami Vivekananda.
We have read the Bhagavad Gita in our book reading sessions in the past.
The Bhagavad Gita (translates as the Song of the Lord) is a philosophical dialogue between Krishna (the Lord) and Arjuna (the disciple).
The Bhagavad Gita explains the concept of Dharma (the duty of an individual) and Seva (selfless service) and tells that by fulfilling one's Dharma and by doing Seva one can achieve self-realization and find bliss.
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[Quarterly] Local Community Service
Once every quarter we organize a local community volunteering event. Our team members rally other volunteers in the community to participate in the local community service projects like the food bank, habitat for humanity etc.
"Spike for Sewa" is Sewa International RTP Chapter's annual volleyball tournament for charity. Our team selects a non-profit in India doing selfless community service and all the proceeds from the tournament will go to the chosen non-profit.
In 2012, Spike for Sewa supported SAMATOL Foundation.
Every year in the month of September, Sewa International organizes an Annual Fundrasier event across all the Sewa Intl. chapters in the US.
In 2012, we hosted an indian ballet "Shri Krishna Vyjayanthi" as our annual fundraiser.