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The TOS works locally and internationally in such areas as -
- social welfare & justice
- animal concerns
- the environment
- emergency relief
Would you like to join us in our work? You will find more information and ways of getting involved on this website.
The TOS was founded to provide a framework in which people can engage in creative, practical and humanitarian action in a theosophical spirit. It offers opportunities for participation in activities promoting the First Object of the Theosophical Society - To form a nucleus of a universal brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
It also acts as a forum in which people may air their views on global affairs in the light of spiritual principles and the ideas of the theosophical philosophy - one source of unity beyond outward differences; the interrelatedness and interdependence of all forms of life; the ordered unfoldment of the cosmos in accordance with natural law.
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— Prof. Ian Lowe
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Updated: JUNE 2015
Working With Children in Colombia
This project describes work being done with needy boys and girls in Colombia to instill good moral values and brotherhood within the nation's children.
Bringing Change to East Africa - Usha Shah
A talk given by Usha Shah, MBE, Convenor of the TOS in Kenya at the International Convention of the TS in Adyar, December 2014.
A Farewell to Carolyn Harrod
Carolyn Harrod is retiring from the International TOS team after eight years' dedicated service, often "as the brains behind the operation," per former International Secretary Diana. Help us bid farewell to Carolyn by enjoying this collection of photos of her in action!
NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RELIEF
Want to donate to short and long term relief for the victims of the April 25 earthquake in Nepal and its aftershocks? Click here for information.