Art of Living at Work Archive

  • Hurricane Sandy Relief

    In October 2012 the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy hit the states of New Jersey and New York flooding streets, tunnels and subway lines; cutting off power and access to food and medicine; and taking many lives in its wake. As numerous relief agencies and volunteers brought food and supplies to the people...
  • Newtown School Tragedy

    Our deepest prayers and condolences go out to the families of Newtown. The tragic shooting last week in Connecticut has shocked us as a nation. People all over the country have been struggling with grief, disbelief, and anger. As we mourn, we also realize that violence can erupt anywhere, at any time. In...
  • Care for Children

    The Care for Children program was founded in 1981 during the construction of the Art of Living International Centre in in Udayapura village, Bangalore, India. His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar noticed the many small children of the men and women who were constructing the center and recognized the need...
  • Hurricane Katrina Relief

    Hurricane Katrina (August 2005) In August 2005, the United States witnessed the most devastating hurricane to hit its shores in recent times, Hurricane Katrina. Responding to this catastrophe, the Art of Living volunteers immediately launched trauma-relief programmes. More than 400 refugees - adults...
  • Haiti Earthquake Relief

    Haiti EarthquakeThe earthquake in January 2010 shook a nation that was already in the throes of political instability and poverty. The Red Cross estimated that three million people have been affected by the earthquake, which took the lives of hundreds of thousands, injured many more and left over one...