In the UNITED KINGDOM

1. HOMEOPATHIC CLINIC

For Adults and Children in South East Lonndon (SE23). For information and appointments contact Marie Ingham (qualified and insured homeopath) on 020 8690 8182. Fee: £50 first appointment, follow-ups £35. Concessionary rate: £20 (£25 for 2 people of the same family). Proceeds of the Clinic for those on concesisonary rates go to our charity for the Chaithanyapuri Homeopathic Clinic and Mobile Clinics in Kerala, India. 

2. LOW-COST YOGA CLASSES

For everyone on low incomes in South East London. Venue: 23 Parbury Road, London SE23 1NZ. For information and registration please contact Kamal on 020 8699 6980, Email: kamal@chaithanyayogaschool.com. Proceeds go towards increasing this scheme and to needy children in India via Shanti Madom Trust, India.

3. PRAYER LIST

We pray weekly for people who have recently passed away or for people who are sick, whether physically, mentally or emotionally.

If you wish us to include someone please email us his/her full name. (You may also mention the kind of illness or the death date). We keep the names on the list for one month unless otherwise requested.

 
In INDIA

Our charity is supporting Shanti Madom Trust, India. Their humanitarian work/projects:

1. GENERAL 

Helping the poor with financial assistance for medical treatment, house construction and education as well as supplying them with food.

2. MEDICAL TREATMENT

Free homeopathic medical treatment for everyone in all three spiritual centres.

3. MOBILE CAMP

Free mobile medical camps in remote villages where proper medical facilities are not available are undertaken regularly. The villagers receive medical homeopathic treatment, often including allopathic and dental treatment. During the camp the villagers receive free food (rice and other food items) and educational material for their children.

                       

 

 

4. FOOD

Free food is given regularly to people living near the Keralan spiritual centres.

5. PENSIONS

Free monthly pensions are given out in the Keralan spiritual centres to old people who don't have any other means of support.

6. EDUCATION

Needy children and college students receive free books and equipment for their education.

7. YOUTH PROJECTS

Items are given out to local youth clubs.


8. SPIRITUAL CENTRES

The three centres - "Shanti Madom"/Kerala, "Chaithanyapuri"/Kerala and Chaithanyapuri/near Bangalore - provide a serene and highly charged atmosphere for visitors to engage in yoga, meditation, prayers, devotional singing, and vedic studies.