The Vedanta Center of Atlanta’s sole source of support is contributions from congregation members, other devotees, and friends of the Center. We appreciate your generosity — without it the Center could not continue. We do not receive money or in-kind contributions from any parent organization. We depend on those we serve, and others who believe in what we do and teach here.
Donations via PayPal
To make a donation safely and securely online using your credit card (or bank account or PayPal balance if you already have a PayPal account*), please click the Donate button below. A PayPal window will open on your browser, and you can then enter the amount you wish to donate. There is also a box you may click to make your contribution recurring (monthly). Thank you!
*If you already have a PayPal account, you can choose to use your credit card, or have your donation deducted from your PayPal account balance or checking account.
Donations by Check
When it is more convenient to make a donation by check, please make your check payable to “Vedanta Center of Atlanta” and either:
- Mail it to: Treasurer/VCA, 2331 Brockett Road, Tucker GA 30084-4412; or
- Just drop it off in a Donation Box when you are visiting the Center.
Seva means serving in the fellowship of volunteers or Karma Yogis!
One Saturday per month (typically the Second Saturday, but confirm on our Calendar), please join fellow devotees and volunteers who help revitalize the Vedanta Center and keep the premises beautiful.
To all karma yogis considering Seva Saturday:
Seva Saturday begins at 10am and goes until 2pm. We break for lunch for an hour at noon. If you are unable to join us for the full four hours, please come and spend as much time as you can.
At 11:30 we start taking sandwich orders for lunch. At 11:45 a run is made to Subway to get made-to-your-order sandwiches, salads & chips. Lunch starts about noon, as soon as the food gets to the Center.
For more information, please contact us.
Service to your Center deepens your own sense of connection and commitment to your spiritual community and spiritual practice: it truly is Karma Yoga. And, as a result, the Center’s work is done more smoothly, purposefully, and economically when we are all involved together in the effort.
We have two kinds of service opportunities, which are listed below. Please use the sign up form to let us know of your interest and general availability, and we will contact you to discuss the details. Or, if you prefer, simply contact Br. Shankara, or talk to him next time you’re at the Center.
- Ongoing Service requires your commitment to visit on a regular basis, typically once a week or every other week. Current needs include Chapel cleaning, Shrine flowers and Shrine prep room cleaning, grounds and garden work, and light office work.
- Occasional Service asks for devotees who can be “On Call” volunteers. You will be contacted when we need help with a special activity or event such as: semi-monthly Seva Saturdays; transportation of the Resident Minister and visiting swamis and nuns to and from the airport.
I would like to Serve…please contact me: