M.A. Center New England

AYUDH New England


AYUDH is an international youth movement, dedicated to empowering young people to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable world and become compassionate leaders with a sense of tolerance, solidarity and global responsibility. AYUDH is a Sanskrit term meaning ‘peace’, which is symbolized by the dove in our logo. AYUDH also stands for ‘Amma’s Youth for Unity, Diversity and Humanity’. AYUDH forms the youth wing of Embracing the World ® – a global network of charitable activities guided by Amma which is active in over 40 countries around the world. Read more abt Ayudh America


To join the AYUDH New England or for more info  - pls email ayudhct@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

Join us for the following upcoming AYUDH New England events & seva activities. More details on upcoming activities

2024 AYUDH Meal Packing event May 4th 

AYUDH New England helped organize AYUDHians and Satsang members to join a meal packing effort with Feed My Starving Children at the Dayspring Christian Academy in South Attleboro on Saturday, May 4, 2024.

Learning that one in nine people in the world go hungry, the volunteers took part in efforts to make packets containing rice, soy, dried vegetables, and vitamins that will be distributed across the world to provide food for children in need. Together, they packed 22,248 meals in 103 boxes that, in total, can feed 61 children a daily meal for an entire year! Read more about this event

2023 AYUDH initiatives

AYUDH Give: a food and essentials drive

AYUDH New England wrapped up our AYUDH Give projects! We approached this initiative from multiple perspectives and deepened our understanding of the community's needs. Many of these efforts will continue beyond AYUDH Give.

  • We joined food rescue efforts to bring bread donations from our local Whole Foods to Rosie's Place, a women's shelter in Boston. In just one trip, we collected and donated 24 loaves of bread!
  • We volunteered at the Margaret Fuller House food pantry. Volunteering allowed us to see how our donations were distributed and used to help members of the community. Over two days we helped serve approximately 40 people.
  • We organized a food and essentials drive at the New England Satsang. Thanks to the generosity of our satsang members, we collected 43 bags of beans/rice, 41 boxes of pasta, 49 cans of soup, 54 packs of ramen noodles, 96 rolls of toilet paper, 45 rolls of paper towels and more.