“Be a healer of the poor and your life will be blessed. Service and charity enable us to experience the
oneness of the entire universe.” ~ Amma

We thank you for helping some of India’s poorest children, women, and men, through Amma's charitable mission.

Donate to the Charitable Mission of Amma Sri Karunamayi

Amma's work to end human suffering includes such projects as the Sri Karunamayi Free Hospital which has served 60,000 impoverished individuals with needed healthcare.

Additionally, the Sri Karunamayi Free Tribal School, the Jubilee Housing Project, free food distribution programs, traveling medical clinics, old age home, and other charitable projects bring education, support and solace to the underprivileged, the infirm, and the aged.

Amma's educational mission includes the important work of spreading her powerful message of peace, compassion, healing, and spiritual unity throughout the world. Amma's guiding presence inspires a humanitarian and spiritual awakening for all who meet her. She is revered internationally as the embodiment of Divine Motherly love.

All Amma's charitable and educational projects cross national and religious boundaries to bring unconditional love, wisdom and understanding to heal the planet.

Donations are distributed where needed most urgently, however, you may also specify which project you want to contribute to.

In India, even a little can go very far, and your kind donation can save lives.

If you prefer to mail in your contribution, you can download the Donation Form.

"It is our selfless actions alone
that will live forever." ~ Amma

Om Shantih Shantih Shantihi

May All Be in Peace

Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu

May All Beings Be Full of Joy


Amma's Charities


Before Amma's hospital existed, the women of Penusila had nowhere to go when a delivery went wrong.




Charity India


Thanks to Amma's school, many young children now have the chance to improve their own futures as well as those of their communities.

Amma Karunamayi Charities Introduction

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