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About Sewa International Australia

Sewa International Australia (Sewa) intends to be a premier humanitarian non-profit, volunteer service organisation inspired by the ethos of – Serving humanity is the highest of our duties.

Mission of Sewa is to serve humanity in distress, aid local communities, and promote volunteerism.

Sewa means – “Selfless service to all with no expectations”. We are operating in Australia and aiding help to disaster locations outside Australia. Sewa promotes volunteerism and service to other human beings who are in immediate need due to manmade or natural calamity distress.

Sewa is globally represented in more than 20 countries worldwide and supports communities locally and outside their respective nations. Sewa globally are well connected to support each other for improving the quality of administration, service and efficiency. Sewa also conducts global seminars frequently for sharing and learning. Sewa strongly promotes youth (Up to the age of 40 years) to embrace volunteerism in Sewa through our Internship program under Youth For Sewa (YFS).

Sewa International in Australia believes the universe is one big home and all human beings are one big family living together. Our Sewa is making our families happier and live positively every day, and hence we wish to see no one have to go through any miseries in life. Our volunteers are local heroes as they sacrifice their time and resources to benefit others with no expectations in return, which is the true meaning of Sewa.

We fund programs that provide developmental projects of underprivileged children and women’s projects directly, so no middlemen are involved, keeping the overheads to a bare minimum. Sewa also provides immediate relief and rehabilitation during all-natural calamities, focusing more on the distressed communities’ rehabilitation. Sewa ultimately helps rebuild devastated communities by funding education and healthcare-related projects, amongst others, as they remain the primary challenges to meeting the millennium development goals.

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We invite you to participate in “Mangala Nidhi” – donate money during family functions such as birthday parties, baby showers, weddings, house warming ceremonies, special pooja in family, anniversaries, farewell parties, retirement parties and bereavements and many other occasions where you would like to donate. These special moments in life are thereby blessed by supporting the needy around us. This is a great way to uplift our souls with a sense of satisfaction and realise the very purpose of our existence. Read More about Mangala Nidhi

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Vision

Sewa International Australia (Sewa) intends to be a premier humanitarian non-profit,  volunteer service organisation inspired by the ethos of – Serving humanity is the highest of our duties. The mission of Sewa is to serve humanity in distress, aid local communities, and promote volunteerism. 

Our principles are based on the eternal Indian teachings

  • Serving Humanity at large
  • The universe is one family
  • May the world be happy
  • May we all be free from sickness
  • May all see things good and,
  • May none have misery

Mission Statement

Serve Humanity in Distress

Through our chapters, we aspire to perform Sewa with Tan-Man-Dhana (Body, Mind and Material resources).

Disaster Relief & Rehabilitation Activities

We provide disaster relief and rehabilitation support to victims of natural disaster in developing countries

Promote Volunteering

How we do this?
Sewa International is run by dedicated volunteers, from all sections of the community, working together to serve the humanity.

​Supporting Development Projects Internationally

We support sustainable development & welfare activities in developing countries by:

  1. Enabling and empowering local communities to become self-reliant
  2. Improving long term human capital and build local capacity through training, literacy and education programs
  3. Provide aid in kind, to underprivileged children for their educational, physical and intellectual welfare development.
  4. Provide medical relief/services to underprivileged communities

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