Founder Acharya His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Outreach & Activism
bana
Jan 23, 2022
Students Map Out a Sustainable, Eco-friendly Future
From January 3rd to January 14th, 2022, students at the Bhaktivedanta Academy North America (BANA) in Alachua, FL participated in an interdisciplinary project based on building a sustainable school. The project was executed by the middle school and high school student cohorts and their teachers.
Anandini Tikunov (8th-grade student)
Jan 01, 2022
Flood Disaster Relief by ISKCON Malaysia Food for Life
Over 10,000 plates of full meal Prasadam were distributed to flood victims in various places in Klang Valley (an urban conglomeration in Malaysia centered in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia.)
Rati Gopika Devi Dasi
Iskcon
Nov 20, 2021
ISKCON South African National Council Makes Sweeping Changes

The South African National Council (SANC), which has served as the overarching management structure for ISKCON in South Africa since the late 1980s, is undergoing sweeping changes in its structure and approach.

Madhava Smullen
Iskcon
Nov 20, 2021
New Zealand Devotees Feed Thousands During Auckland Lockdown

Prasadam meals are distributed in the city, in all the suburbs around Auckland, and to homeless people in “community hubs,” as well as those who cannot work due to lockdown. Meals are also dropped off at the door of Starship Children’s Hospital for staff to distribute.

Madhava Smullen
Iskcon
Oct 25, 2021
Global Kirtan Protest for Bangladesh – Recap

Yesterday, Saturday, October 23rd, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) members around the world along with the wider community came together to raise awareness and to demand protection and justice from the Bangladesh government for the religious minorities that are suffering atrocities and violence including attacks on temples, homes, property, and people.

Radhapriya Chawla, ISKCON Toronto Communications
Iskcon
Oct 23, 2021
Tallahassee Krishna House Resurrected After Nearly Closing Its Doors

Faced with challenges such as a seriously deteriorating building and a pandemic, the Krishna House in Tallahassee, Florida recently came close to closing its doors for good. But the efforts of dedicated devotees brought it back from the brink, and the project is now steadily reaching out to students at Florida State University (FSU) with Krishna Lunch and other regular programs.

Madhava Smullen
Iskcon
Oct 23, 2021
ISKCON Dominican Republic Starts Campaign for New Gaura Nitai Temple

Devotees in Santo Domingo, the capital of Caribbean island nation the Dominican Republic, have launched a fundraising campaign to build a new temple for Sri Sri Gaura Nitai. ISKCON was established in the Dominican Republic nearly 50 years ago.

Madhava Smullen
Iskcon
Oct 16, 2021
Bhadra Campaign Smashes Goal, Distributes 35,000 Bhagavatam Sets

This year, the campaign, which ran from Gaura Purnima (March 28th) to Bhadra Purnima (September 20th) set a goal to distribute 25,000 sets. However, devotees soared far past it, with 262 communities participating to distribute an incredible 35,432 Bhagavatam sets.

Madhava Smullen
Iskcon
Oct 16, 2021
ISKCON UK Delegation to Attend COP26 Climate Change Conference

An ISKCON UK delegation is set to attend COP26, also known as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will run from October 31st to November 12th in Glasgow, Scotland.

Madhava Smullen
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