The main objective of the Sathya Sai Organization ... is to help humanity recognize its inherent divinity.

Sri Sathya Sai Baba, January 6, 1975

The Sri Sathya Sai Organization of USA is a non-denominational, voluntary organization of over 200 centers located in all 50 states and coordinated by the Sri Sathya Sai Council of America established in 1975. It is part of the Sri Sathya Sai International Organization (SSSIO) based in 126 countries. Its members come from all faiths and share a common purpose: to reach the ultimate goal of realization of their innate divinity by practicing love, self reflection, and selfless service.

The members of the Sri Sathya Sai Organization of USA strive toward the transformation of the heart through the expression of love in action, and join with members in over 2000 centers around the world in practicing the inspiring lessons of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Membership is free and open to all.

Sri Sathya Sai Centers in the USA provide a space for spiritual meetings of like-minded individuals, a communion of god-desiring people of all faiths. The goal of participation is ultimately the transformation of self and society. In Sai Centers sincere seekers, students of spirituality and service-minded volunteers gather for spiritual singing, devotional spiritual activities, participation in community service activities, and to study the teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

Featured Articles

Food Donation for Sister Carmen Community Center: Boulder, CO

Members of the Sri Sathya Sai Center of Boulder, CO bought food items and delivered them to the Sister Carmen Community Center which serves people living in poverty.
August 15, 2022

Groceries for Afghan Refugees: Mid-Central Region

At the 2022 Mid-Central Region retreat, SSE students and young adults packed more than 50 large tote bags of groceries that helped feed 197 Afghan refugees for a month.
August 14, 2022

Gardening to serve Afghan Refugees: Austin, TX

Members of the Sri Sathya Sai Center of Austin, TX, have been building vegetable gardens to help the Afghan refugee community become more food sufficient. Through their participation in tending to the garden and reaping the harvest, Afghan refugees are able to foster communal ties and make a meaningful contribution to their community.
July 24, 2022

Service at the Food Pantry: Charlottesville, VA

Members of the Sri Sathya Sai Center of Charlottesville, VA, including SSE children, volunteer at a local food pantry once a month, helping sort and shelf food supplies as well as maintain the cleanliness of the pantry.
July 24, 2022

Serving Hot Meals to the Homeless: South Houston, TX

In March 2022, about 25 volunteers from the Sri Sathya Sai Center of South Houston collaborated with the Hope Impacts organization in Katy, TX to serve the homeless by providing a hot meal to more than 70 people at the Crosspoint Community Church.
July 24, 2022

Confetti to being Considerate- Nature Preserve Cleanup: Chicago, IL

In observance of a nationwide Day of Sai and Sustainability on April 9, 2022, Sai volunteers from Sri Sathya Sai Centers of Chicagoland helped clean Busse Forest Preserve in Elk Grove Village, IL. Volunteers reflected on the lasting negative impact of confetti on the environment, and vowed against their use during any celebration.
June 21, 2022

National Refugee Support Spotlight 2022 ~ Summary

A National Refugee Support Spotlight was held virtually on March 5, 2022, for SSSIO members interested in providing refugee support services. A video summary of the key segments of the spotlight is presented- a moving talk by a former refugee from Iraq, a presentation on an inspiring project involving Afghani refugees, an informative session on phases of refugee resettlement and future plans of the SSSIO. The spotlight ended with moderated breakout sessions.
June 21, 2022

Second Harvest Food Bank: Orlando, FL

Volunteers from the Sri Sathya Sai Center of Orlando, FL have been volunteering at the Second Harvest Food Bank regularly to sort, pack, and prepare for delivery all varieties of food items to feed those in need.
June 21, 2022

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