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Charity Through Adventure

“Charity Through Adventure” offers the chance to undertake demanding challenges and treks while seeing some of the most remarkable places in the world and raising money for humanitarian causes.

Youth for Sewa

Youth for Sewa focuses on self- development by serving underprivileged communities. Projects available in health care, education, environmental awareness, women’s empowerment, rural development and micro- finance.

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Sewa UK

In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, Sewa means Service – a unique concept of Service – Selfless Efforts for Welfare of All. Sewa UK is a Hindu faith-based humanitarian non-profit service organization.

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Sewa is a universal concept, which involves performing an act of kindness without expectation of reward. It is performed selflessly and without ulterior motive. As a concept, Sewa in embedded in Indian traditions, and is actively promoted by different cultures and faiths – as the core belief is the same – to sacrifice your time and resources for the benefit of others without expectation of anything in return.

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A team comprising of members from all walks of life and professions, were planned to commence a School at Gadag for Special Children. The children have various kinds of disabilities – Mental Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Autism and Multiple disabilities etc.

Accordingly the Arunodaya Special School has commenced its activities in a rented building, in the year 2007, with the help of society. Initially there were only 26 students in the school. Gradually the numbers of students increased.

Presently, in our institute we are providing training to 48 students, but demand for places is great and currently we have over 150 parents with special needs children on our waiting list.

The continued effort of the Management Committee at Gadag, the local Municipal Authority has allotted a plot of land (18000 Square feet) in the middle of the town for construction of School and training Centre for these children.

Sewa UK will support to the building of this much needed new facility at a cost of building over £250,000


To support education and rehabilitation of the affected in Nepal, Sewa International will:

• Distribute School Kits to Children

• Construct Residential Student Hostels

• Build Community Centers

• Build Schools (residential or day-­schools)

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The worst drought in over half a century has hit parts of East Africa affecting more than 10 million people.
Acute malnutrition has reached 37% in some parts of north east Kenya and child refugees from Somalia are dying of causes related to malnutrition.
Sewa UK launches an appeal to help those affected


Our Past Appeals

Second Sewa UK School opened in Jammu & Kashmir

The second Sewa UK School in Jammu & Kashmir is currently…


A major earthquake struck Nepal on April 25 resulting in more…


4000 CHILDREN have Cerebral Palsy in the district of Latur, Maharastra…

Wheelchairs for Kenya

Wheelchairs sent by Sewa UK find good homes.

Cycle 4 Sewa 2014 - Best Response Ever

On 7th September on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Cycle4Sewa…

Cycle for Sewa 2014

London 7th September 2014 Download Application Form Manchester 14th…

Cycle 4 Sewa 2013

So the sponsorship forms are in... cheques have been banked.....the…

Cerebral Palsy


ABRAR (Specifications)


Cycle 4 Sewa

Just an update, the total amount of money raised for Cycle…

SEWA UK Annual Report - 2011/12

Download SEWA UK Annual Report - 2011/12

Participate - walks & runs

With so many 10K runs, marathons, triathlons being organised…

Adventure events

On a regular basis we offer you the chance to undertake demanding…

Current adventure events

SEWA UK - MOUNT KILIMANJARO TREK 2011 Sunday 24th July –…

Walkathon in Aid of Local Good Causes

Report by Rajendra Mistry On Friday 9th June Hindu Swayamsevak…


 An adventure, driving journey across Europe in a £100…

Ladakh Trek 2008

Sewa International organised a high altitude trek to Ladakh again…

Kilimanjaro Trek 2006

The Mount Kilimanjaro trek was organised for the very first time…

Mount Kenya 2009

In August 2009, a group of 40+ from the UK tackled Mount Kenya. Funds…

Guidelines for raising funds

Doing it the right way... Thanks for organising an event to benefit…

Participation in walks & runs

With so many 10K runs, marathons, triathlons being organised…

Feedback on visits to india

Dr Wali Tasar Uddin(Edinburgh, Scotland): “This visit has opened…

Tony Blair Speech on 'Faith & Globalisation'

Speech by Rt Hon Tony Blair, ‘Faith And Globalisation’. The…

Educating the future generation Latur 1993 & Education Aid

The Latur earthquake struck India at 03:56 local time (UTC +…

Hope for the future: Educating underprivileged children in India

Sewa UK’s Education Aid programme seeks to provide underprivileged…

Providing immediate relief & assistance: Asian Tsunami 2004

The earthquake and resulting tsunami in the Indian Ocean on December…

Rebuilding communities: Gujarat Earthquake 2001

The 2001 Gujarat earthquake occurred on January 26, 2001, India's…

Current Appeal

Leh Flash Flooding On 6th August, 2010, At least 147 people…

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