The Living/Dying Project offers conscious and compassionate spiritual support for people with life-threatening illness and for those who care for them. We also present and facilitate an integrative spiritual path that leads to healing at the edge.
Food For Life
Tibetan Home of Hope
Love, Serve, Remember
A Foundation to further the teachings of Ram Dass
The most neglected field of cancer concern in Northern India is hospice. Many people cannot afford medications or home nursing and may spend their final months in considerable pain and emotional distress. Ganga Prem Hospice is the inspiration of Dr. A.K. Dewan (Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital, New Delhi) who, after a lifetime of work in clinical oncology, has dedicated himself to meeting the dire need for charitable end-of-life care. The hospice will be a 50-bed facility located near the town of Rishikesh in the foothills of the Himalayas. Please consider making a donation to this invaluable project. Donations are tax deductible for both US and Indian citizens.
Home for Destitute Children in Rishikesh. Ramana’s Garden provides housing, food, education, and medical care for the neediest of children.
For information and to help visit www.friendsramanasgarden.org.
a virtual agency in San Francisco for HIV+ People and their friends of all kinds + real HIV/AIDS information and referral
Conversations in Time
Essays, Stories, and Comments by Someone Living With A Mood Disorder and HIV
Baba’s Yard Baba’s Yard organizes volunteers of all beliefs in the universal spirit of selfless service to humanity and our planet. Baba Neem Karoli Satsang, a tax exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit church corporation, has been a vehicle for founding a number of food bank programs
Sahayog Foundation, a U.S. based non-profit, charitable organization established to provide support for the educational and health needs of rural poor in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh.
Oscar-winning documentary ‘Born into Brothels‘ – music composed by John McDowell with tracks by Krishna Das. For information about the film and the children it supports visit www.kids-with-cameras.org.