Sai volunteers from Central San Jose have initiated a weekly Math and coding class tutoring project for elementary school children in a low-income neighborhood. To create an enjoyable learning environment, they use a fun game-like computerized program. They have received positive feedback from teachers, parents and students alike.
The SSIO-USA Southwest Region launched a face mask project in April with about 30 Sai volunteers, ranging from SSE children to seniors in retirement homes, putting their selfless love into action. They created more than 2,000 masks within 2 months, reaching those most in need, such as the Navajo people, who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the USA, several volunteers from the Sathya Sai Centers in the Greater Seattle area sprang into action to make homemade masks, working together to ensure the smooth execution of the project from material preparation to mask distribution.
Three SSE students from the Sathya Sai Center of S.E. Denver, Colorado designed a beautiful website aimed to uplift the spirits of the elderly and the most vulnerable, and express their gratitude and honor the essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.