Day and night, there are about 30,000 people across Canada who are homeless.
They are among the most vulnerable homeless people have higher rates of infectious diseases like HIV, mental illness and addictions, and much higher death rates than the average Canadian.
The struggle for survival is often most pressing during the winter months when temperatures in Canadian cities can plunge to -30 degree Celsius and below. Environment Canada warns that at temperatures with a wild chill of -29 to -39 degree Celsius, exposed skin can freeze in 10-30 minutes with subsequent hypothermia and frostbite.
We know we can not help and save all. But we can just try from One. In continuation of last year This year again we Vedic Institute Of Canada committed to Donate Blankets to needy people.
This year 2018 we have commitment for 100 Blankets
You can help and I am sure you will
***Tax Receipt will be given for donations***
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Lets plant Tree for Humanity and green environment...
Vedic Institute Of Canada has a vision to plant over 200 Cedar Hedge and Fruit trees in Vedic Ashram To make Ashram more Green and Private..
Any one can come , plant a tree him self for him or on behalf of other.We Have Planted 103 Cedar and 5 fruit trees ( Total 108) on Sunday June 26,2016 .
Trees For Humanity/Environment
Humanity has always been an environmentally sensitive philosophy. No religion, perhaps, lays as much emphasis on environmental ethics as Hinduism.
The Mahabharata, Ramayana, Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Puranas and Smriti contain the earliest messages for preservation of environment and ecological balance.
Nature, or Earth, has never been considered a hostile element to be conquered or dominated. In fact, man is forbidden from exploiting nature.
He is taught to live in harmony with nature and recognize that divinity prevails in all elements, including plants and animals.
The Rishis of the past have always had a great respect for nature. Theirs was not a superstitious primitive theology.
They perceived that all material manifestations are a shadow of the spiritual. The Bhagavad Gita advises us not to try to change the environment, improve it, or wrestle with it.
If it seems hostile at times tolerate it. Ecology is an inherent part of a spiritual world view in Hinduism.
Vedic Institute Of Canada has a vision to plant over 200 Cedar Hedge and Fruit trees in Vedic Ashram To make Ashram more Green and Private.. Any one can come , plant a tree him self for him or on behalf of other.
For All donations tax receipt will be issued.
Hunger and Poverty
Do you Know1 in 10 people in our community experience hunger and don’t have enough money to buy food?
Approximately 1/3 of food produced globally for human consumption is lost or wasted?
Vedic Institute is taking initiative to save food waste and hunger simultaneously.
Institute is working to provide once a week free food on site and anytime on demand.
we are hoping to start this project soon at Burlington office