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  • 4 Nov 2017 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Sewa International, Chicago chapter hosted Rishte Nate - a spectacular musical show on Nov 4 at Swaminarayan Mandir, IL.  The program was organized to raise funds for the victims of the recent disaster - Harvey, IRMA and Maria, and, Sponsor a Child - a program that sponsors the education of underprivileged chldren in India and Nepal.

    Award winning participants from the musical school Swara Sadhana, and five dance schools Swaralaya, Utkalaa, Dancing Petals, Indian Dance School, and Nartan gave a spell bound performance leaving the audience mesmerized.

    Watch report on TV Asia

  • 17 Sep 2016 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    SEWA USA- Chicago, successfully organised their annual fund raising, Dandiya-Garba event, on 9/17/2016. With an attendance of more than 1100 enthusiastic audience, the night was an absolute hit. It took a dedicated effort of more than 40 volunteers to manage and see through this event to its entirity. 


    • 1100+ attendees
    • 5 Vendor Booths
    • 4 hours of funfilled dancing on Rohit Parikh's Band 
    • 6 different variety of snacks offered for purchase 

    Congraulations to all the volunteers ..

  • 12 Sep 2016 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Sewa USA- Chicago Chapter successfully conducted the 1st Sewa day event on September 12th from 8pm-9.30pm at Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) located in Schaumburg, lL. The event was attended by 43 volunteers (28 adults + 15 youth)

    54 boxes containing 11,664 meals which will feed 32 kids for a year was packed by the group. FMSC food is supplied to over 70 countries across the world.

    Kudos to the youth volunteers who participated on a week night and an applause to all adult volunteers in carving out some time from their busy schedule.

  • 14 Aug 2016 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    This is 4th year for Sewa Chicago GIC  summer internship program. In all 33 High school and collage students participated. Internship was conducted at 3 Chicago suburb locations  i.e. Naperville, Schaumburg and Lake county for a duration of 8 weeks. Each group was headed by a Coach and a college intern as Team Lead.

    The project was to conduct research on causes for Diabetes, its alarming increase, conventional treatment, holistic treatment options, understanding Sewa's SDM ( Stop Diabetes Movement ) program and marketing/making presentations to local community groups.

    Interns did an awesome job doing research, learning from Doctors whom they invited, did survey on social media, studied SDM program, interacted with past SDM camp participants, made a short video on Dos and Don'ts on prevention and made presentations to local community groups ( from 20 people to 250 people audience !) e.g. Mayor's office, Temples, Church, Senior groups, Fitness centers, Yoga studios, Hospital, cultural organizations...etc. 

     On August 14th we had a concluding day event which was attended by over 110 people. Interns made presentation on  their 8 weeks of learning and shared their experiences. It was an eye opener for the audience to see their innovation in several areas, depth of  research, thinking out of the box and confidence with which they presented. The interns were presented  Sewa certificate.

     We would like to thank tremendous efforts put in by Team Leads ( Avni Patel, Abby Mohan ) and Coaches ( Kruti ji Patel, Mangal ji Nagarkar and Manish ji Joshi ) for guiding their group.

     Link to the photos :

    We will be happy to share our experience, if any Sewa chapter would like to conduct such an internship. 

  • 16 Mar 2016 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Friendship Village is a continuing care retirement community in Schaumburg, IL. They organized “Easter Egg Hunt & Visit with the Easter Bunny” for residents, associates, children and grandchildren on Saturday, March 19 from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm.

    Friendship Village requested SEWA to assist them in accomplishing below activities on time and with perfection:

    • Hiding  eggs
    •  Crafts
    •  Egg hunt patrol
    •   Set up
    •   Clean up

    Volunteers were requested to reach Friendship Village by noon and stay until event is over and cleanup is done.  Six adults and seven teens volunteered for the event. This was a wonderful experience for everyone specially our kids. Friendship Village representatives were very pleased with the enthusiasm and commitment of our volunteers.

    Our group of volunteers helped Friendship Village to peacefully manage crowd of around 150 people

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