100 Good Deeds in Honour of Sri Swami Satchidananda   

In the spirit of service SIS will carry out or oversee 100 GOOD DEEDS such to be performed as a legacy and a tribute to Sri Swami Satchidananda's centenary (100thbirth anniversary) in 2014.

These good deeds will include eye operations to restore the sight of partially sighted or near blind children, and the provision of artificial limbs to special needs children who are victims of landmines, illness or birth defects. They will also include educational sponsorships/scholarships to deserving students who demonstrate the right qualities and abilities to make positive contributions to humanity, and ad hoc donations to deserving projects that will enhance or provide educational or healthcare facilities to needy children in developing countries. 
SIS started this project in July 2010
Click here for most recent good deeds


1. Aprona, Estepona, Spain                                                                      

An association  for special needs children based in Estepona. It has facilities for early intervention (physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy) for children with special needs between the ages of 0-4, and these services are provided by the State.

It is a centre for Special Educational Needs and looks after children of school age. 
At the moment they have 2 approved classes with a total of 21 students. They also  have an Occupational Centre which can fit up to 100 people and a Day Unit, where they look after people who are severely affected, from the age of 16.

SIS donated 1000€ in July 2010 to buy seat belts for their bus.

2. Fundation Bastion Bergese Cancer, Spain

The Foundation consists of a team of two doctors, a psychologist and a physiotherapist. They are based in the province of Malaga where they offer their services free. They travel to the homes of the patients that are incapable of moving or those who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer. They offer psychological as well as physical help in the way of medications and pain killers. There are months where they visit over 75 patients from Manilva to Fuengirola!!  The doctors are extremely dedicated, full of compassion and give great solace to the patients and their families. 
SIS donated 1000€ to the foundation in August 2010.   

3. SIS Educational Scholarship

SIS Educational Scholarship Program was pleased to make a grant of US$1,000 available to Purnima to enable her to fulfil her calling: To serve the world with love and dedication ‘in the Spirit of Satchidananda’. 

4. Regent School Refurbishment Project in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Africa

Regent School Refurbishment Project in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Africa
It is one of the poorest countries in Africa and as such depends heavily on overseas aid. 
SIS has donated £1000 to AKIN (Association for Kids in Need) in September 2010. 
To read about the project click here  AKIN's official website

5. Two Hundred Eye operations, Coimbatore, India. 

A very generous donor has kindly funded 200 eye operations at the Sankara Eye Hospital in Coimbatore. These operations were done on SIS's visit to India in January 2011.
37 Million people in the world are blind, 12 million are in India, 300,000 are children. India has the most blind people in the world. Each eye operation costs between 15-18€.  

6. Five heart bypass surgeries, India
SIS has been donated monies for 5 heart bypass surgeries in India. 
Currently we have a team in India researching where is the best place to do this and to find people from the poor villages that really can't afford this. 
Each operation is around 50,000rupees (800€)

7. SIS Wisdom Offerings

SIS Wisdom Offerings, a disciple of Sri Swami Satchidananda is financing the printing of 6 or Sri Gurudev's books and the 4-volume set of the Nuri Granth by Sadhu Vaswani and SIS will be distributing these books to the libraries of prisons, hospitals and old peoples homes based in the USA and United Kingdom. To view the selection of SIS Wisdom Offerings click here.

8. Folsom Prison Project
Folsom Prison Outreach, USA Opened in 1880, Folsom is the second-oldest prison in the state of California and was one of the first maximum security prisons in the United States. 
SIS is happy to announce that we have donated The Living Gita books to Foldsom Prison Outreach program as part of the Satchidananda Prison Project. We are grateful to be part of this project and wish Vina and all the prisoners well. Read more.

9. Integral Yoga Gibraltar - FLAG DAY

SIS raised funds for Alzheimer's and Dementia Support group
Members of The Integral Yoga Centre, Nalanie Chellaram, Paddy Alcantara, Lillian Shaw and Jasmine Viagas, presented a cheque to Jimmy Felices of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Support group with a cheque was for just over £1,000. October 2010

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