Mata Amritanandamayi Center

Rating: 4.5 stars   14 reviews

Issues: Health, International, Religion

Location: PO Box 613 San Ramon CA 94583 USA

Mission: Vision Statement Service to the poor is our duty to God. Mata Amritanandamayi Mission Statement The Mission of the Mata Amritanandamayi Center is to embrace the teachings of Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma) through spiritual practices and selfless service, compassion, humility, and love for all. M.A. Center nurtures the spiritual growth of devotees and seekers; provides support to Amma's charitable projects; functions as a focal point for devotees to serve selflessly; and maintains a cohesive network of Amma's satsang groups in the United States.
Programs: Projects in the U.S. Mother's Kitchen, includes feeding the homeless in more than fifteen centers throughout the U.S."Hurricane Katrina" New York Relief fund. For the victims of the Sep 11th tragedy. The agency TEPEYAC works with immigrants has been identified and we will be working with them. Projects in India. The projects in India include a specialty hospital where poor patients are treated free of charge,at least 12 Open heart surgeries are performed each day out of which 5 are absolutely free of charge, Orphanages, schools and special schools for the tribal children, monthly pension for widows, free computer education to poor students, Gujarat Earthquake relief, three villages have been adopted and the construction in these villages have been going for the past several months, Hospice, Feeding the poor and homeless all over India, 25,000 houses for the poor and the homeless out of which 15,000 has already been built and so many other projects.
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Based on the latest Foreign Contribution report filed with the government of India, 9% of foreign donations went toward humanitarian efforts, 28% went to fund commercial enterprisess, and 63% was added to foreign bank deposits.

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