The qualifications for membership are to be an eager aspirant for spiritual progress, to have full faith in the name that the Organization bears.

Sathya Sai Baba, April 21, 1967


Sathya Sai Baba says that selfless service is the first step on the spiritual path, the best spiritual exercise to remove the evil of egoism and to eliminate the nefarious pull of the mind toward desires. "The core of this spiritual discipline of selfless service," says Sathya Sai Baba, "is to see everyone as yourself and yourself in everyone." He says that when we serve, we are not serving others, we are serving the God in us, the same God who is equally present in others. It is this attitude that changes our service into selfless service, making it a spiritual activity. "The real value of this service," says Sathya Sai Baba, "is that it reforms us and reshapes us as we serve."

As members of the Sathya Sai Organization we are committed to a path of self transformation through the practice of loving selfless service. We hope that the resources on this website allows you to deepen your study and practice of this eternal message whether you are a member or whether you are simply interested in exploring further.

Featured Articles

Hygiene Kits for Elementary School Children: Greensboro, NC

SSE children of the Sathya Sai Center of Greensboro, NC, learn a lesson in minding their words, and pack hygiene kits for 20 needy children in an elementary school.
May 16, 2020

The Story of a Sai Service Center: San Bruno, CA

Since its inception in 1990, the San Bruno Sathya Sai Center has primarily committed itself to the principle of selfless service, through placing tremendous effort into service activities. Their dedication to service for nearly 3 decades has won them several accolades and awards from local and state public officials.
May 16, 2020

May 2020 Media Articles

Featured articles includeFace Shields for Caregivers, Columbia, MO, Hygiene Kits for Elementary School Children, Greensboro, NC, Knots of Love, South Bethesda, MD and The Story of a Sai Service Center, San Bruno, CA.
May 16, 2020

Face Shields for Caregivers: Columbia, MO

During the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Sathya Sai Center of Columbia, MO, fabricated 192 face shields for nurses and caregivers at four post-acute care and long-term care facilities.
May 16, 2020

Knots of Love: South Bethesda, MD

The ladies of the South Bethesda Center knitted 500 baby hats for new-born babies in Queens hospital in New York. They also stitched baby blankets and made112 gift packages for needy mothers being served by a non-profit organization and a church in Baltimore.
May 09, 2020

SSIO-USA Service Initiatives during COVID-19 pandemic

SSIO-USA Service Initiatives during COVID 19 pandemic
April 20, 2020

Mobile Loaves and Fishes: Austin, Texas

Volunteers from the Austin Sai Center collaborate with a local church to use their mobile kitchen to prepare food, and their mobile truck to deliver the food and other items such as clothing and hygiene products to the homeless on the street.  
April 11, 2020

April 2020 Media Articles

Featured articles include Xmas Food Service, Jersey City, NJ, Okeeheelee Park Cleanup, West Palm Beach, FL, SSE Food Service for Families in Transition, San Diego, CA and Mobile Loaves and Fishes, Austin, Texas .
April 11, 2020