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    Selfless Volunteering to save Lives!


    North American Hindu Temples National Blood Donation Campaign video

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    Blood & Bone Marrow Donation
    Drive Across
    Hindu Mandirs

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    Highlights of
    year 2013 Blood and Bone Marrow Drive


According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, nearly 14 million units of whole blood and red cells are required every year.

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1- BAPS Charity – Washington DC
2- Indian-American Students organized
3- Indian-American business organized
4- Bone marrow drive for Amit Gupta
5- Seva Chapter of Greater Washington

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5% of the total eligible population in the United States gives blood. However, less than 1% of the Asian community donates blood. Our aim is to bridge this gap over the next 5 years.

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News & Events

July 30 - Aug 5, 2017

INOVA: CRITICAL SHORTAGES OF BLOOD SUPPLY: National Ice Cream Week (Click here for more information)

July 23 -29, 2017

INOVA: CRITICAL SHORTAGES OF BLOOD SUPPLY: The Joy of Giving in July (Click here for more information)

July 10 -11, 2017

INOVA: CRITICAL SHORTAGES OF BLOOD SUPPLY: Bring a friend and donate! (Click here for more information)

Sunday, Oct 8, 2016 (11:00 AM – 3:00 PM)

Free Flu Vaccines and Medical Camp by Sri Siva Vishnu Temple and Hindu American Community Service Inc. (HACSI) at Sri Shiva Vishnu Temple 6905 Cipriano Road, Lanham, MD 20706 (Click here for more information)

Ongoing Bone Marrow drives in Texas and the Gulf Coast

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Our Mission

Our mission is to engage every Indian-American temple, business, student association and service organization in the concept of Seva (service) by helping those in need. While Seva can take many forms, this project provides a meaningful volunteer opportunity to all through active participation in the organization of blood and bone marrow donation drives. It also champions leadership development among the younger generation by giving them the resources and support they need to become models of successful and socially responsible individuals in our society.

Hindu Seva Day on 9/11 will be commemorated by blood and bone marrow donation drives in American-Indian temples, businesses, service and student organizations in North America.