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Ananya Sri Ram Rajan

PO Box 8034
Elburn, IL 60119

E-mail: info@theoservice.org

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The Theosophical Order of Service in the United States . . .

The TOS in the USA's website provides information about our featured projects, latest news concerning the TOS in the USA as well as resources to help in project work and links to back issues of our national journal For the Love of Life and our quarterly newsletter OneHeart. Both the the Love of Life and our newsletter OneHeart are online. If you would like to receive a copy of either of them, please visit our website www.theoservice.org and subscribe.

Membership in the TOS in the USA is automatic for anyone who is a member of the Theosophical Society in America as well as anyone who supports the TOS-USA through a small donation.

As our TOS workers are across the nation, we rely on a point person to send in information about the group's latest activities. Some lodges do not have an official TOS group but consider outreach into their community to be an important part of their spiritual practice, so we encourage lodges to practice their outreach under the umbrella of the TOS. To help inspire service work in a lodge, we offer The Spirit of Service newsletter which provides information about service ideas. Copies can be found on our website.

The TOS-USA runs two healing networks. One for animals (TOSAnimalHealing@gmail.com) and one for humans (TOS2healing@gmail.com). To submit names simply email the respective email. Both work on an international and national level. To learn more about our healing networks, visit our website at www.theoservice.org.

The TOS-USA actively supports various projects around the world as well as in our own nation. For several years we have:

  • Promoted the growth of the Golden Link College (GLC) in the Philippines through a matching grant program and with the collaborative efforts of our TOS brothers and sisters around the world.
  • Encouraged the work of the Olcott Education Society in Adyar, Chennai India through our grant program.
  • Continued assistance to the Native American families of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota through our back-to-school and a Holiday Giveaway program.
  • Awarded scholarships to nursing students at the Oglala Lakota College.
  • Awarded grants to various animal rescue facilities around the country.
  • Donated several hours to food banks, packing groceries and sorting food.
  • Planted memorial trees and donated books and books on tape in honor of our veterans.
  • The TOS-USA believes that when work is done from the heart, distance does not matter. Love has no boundaries. We warmly encourage anyone interested to visit our website and to please get in touch with us if they would like to join us in our endeavors! We are always open to new ideas and would love to see new TOS groups develop around the country.


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