ServiceSpace is an organization run entirely by volunteers. We leverage technology to encourage everyday people around the world to do small acts of service. Our aim is to ignite the fundamental generosity in ourselves and others, creating both inner and outer transformation. Our projects range from a daily positive news service, to an acts-of-kindness portal, to a gift-economy restaurant. Regardless of the endeavour, we act in concert to create service opportunities for each other and to support each other’s service journeys. More: http://www.servicespace.org
Moved By Love
Moved by Love is a portal dedicated to small acts of transformative service. Through online and local projects, we aim to cultivate decentralised communities of practice that ignite our fundamental generosity, and thus catalysing both inner and outer transformation. Inspired by the lives of Gandhi and Vinoba, we started with a small retreat in 2010. Those conversations organically led to a series of ongoing projects whose ripples have now spread far and wide into the world. More: http://www.movedbylove.org
The Environmental Sanitation Institute (ESI) is a non-governmental organization that strives to provide a better quality of life to rural people and the urban poor through improved sanitation. ESI was established in 1985 under the guidance of Padmashri Ishwarbhai Patel out of its mother organization Safai Vidyalaya (Sanitation Institute). For more information log on to http://www.esigujarat.org.
Manav Sadhna has been working for the upliftment of brothers and sisters living in marginalized communities in Ahmedabad. Their way is through love and the practice of Gandhiji’s teachings. More : http://www.manavsadhna.org
Craftroots, an initiative of Gramshree, is a unique platform that showcases and brings into spotlight the best of craftsmanship from India. It aims to empower artisans by connecting them to available resources, tools and network of partner members. Mission of Craftroots is to revive, preserve and share the craft traditions of India and develop a sustainable and scalable model for craft development. http://www.craftroots.org