HASC is Bringing Hindu American Communities Together... in Hinduism Today.  

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Hindus United Against Domestic Violencehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwlxj5pIr0I-NDFUWTNLYTRjUjA/edit?usp=sharing

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The Women’s Empowerment Initiative, a project of HASC, launches the  awareness campaign to increase social justice education and prominently display the informational posters Read more.


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Click here for Video. Learn "Basics About Hindus." Chicago Police Department

 HASC Partners with NJ Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness to discuss ways to strengthen dharma places of worship on January 26thClick here for the photo album of the launch. Read More...

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 Faith-Based Approach to Development

The Hindu and Dharmic community is coming of age in America. It is connecting with America and needs to develop infrastructure capacity to serve. Seva (a sanskrit word for service) is community social

responsibility. HASC is working to make service and volunteering a defining part of Hindu American life and culture. Our goal is to increase civic engagement, to increase and promote volunteering and interfaith collaboration while addressing our nation's needs.


To empower the community and address concerns at the local and national levels, HASC is documenting service activities, liaising with government and interfaith groups to communicate the community's needs and enhance seva social responsibility. HASC is supporting development of "Seva Centers" as a lead example of social innovation. HASC aims to serve as a resource, repository and clearing house of relevant information to connect the community to America through seva.. Read our Mission 


In the last four years, on college campus, temples, yoga studios and standalone in cities and towns, HASC has devised innovative programs and a unique faith based approach through UtsavSeva - Festivals of Service to serve many communities and to impact poverty as a service partner of Corporation for National and Community Service. HASC was formed in 2009 with the guidance of the White House Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.  More.                                           Call to Serve Report-President Obama

Areas of Development

Capacity Development

 Community Development

Global Development

HASC is working with strategic partners to build an educational and networking platform/ clearing house to increase dharmic seva capacity. More..
Since 2009, HASC is expanding national faith, interfaith and secular partnerships to promote seva and collaboration through service programs. More..  HASC is assisting the Diasporas connect with the government agencies and to impact development locally and in South Asia, particularly in India, Afghanistan and Pakistan. More...

White House Conferences

 Manu I. 86: Austerity was the chief (dharma) in Satya-Yuga, Jnana (knowledge) in the Treta-Yoga, in the Dvapara sacrifices and in the Kali-Yuga charity/service (seva) alone (is the dharma)


"The best way to find your self is to lose yourself in the service of others. Mahatma Gandhi

HASC journey "When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bounds. Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you will find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world."  Patanjali



Upcoming Event


4/19/14: Holi-Fest Cololor in Motion 5K run 



Past Events 
HASC invites you to host "Faith and Community ACA Days of Action" on March 21-23 and share information with the communities we live and work in. Sign up for a webinar.

Faith Leaders
Environmental Stewardship & Climate Change 

 Video:  Part 1.Swami Yogatmananda on Swami Vivekananda. Part 2 manifesting in opportunities

1/2013 HASC Recognizes Dharmic Community Inclusion at the Inauguration Prayer Service

Civicand Religious Leaders Unite to End Gun Violence

October 2012: National FIA Conference

National Day of Solidarity and Remembrance with the Sikh community

India Abroad coverage: Tulsi Gabbard (SevaVotes Ambassador), VA event

Dharmic* Americans welcome First Lady’s visit to families of Wisconsin Gurudwara shooting on August 23, 2012: HASC lauds the First Lady’s support to the Sikh community

HASC Advisor Khyati Joshi participates in the Pew Research on Asian Americans: A Mosaic of Faiths

HASC Secures Tuition Scholarships for GreenFaith Fellowship Program
-Press Release:Dharmic Conference-White House
- Details of conference at the White House
- Dharun Ravi, Bullying and Seva
- HASC is working with the Department of
Health and Human Services to promote yoga. See Communities on the Move
- HASC Partner Odyssey Network Features First Hindu Chaplain Pratima Dharm
- Transforming Communities: Wichita
- MLK Seva Coverage
HASC joins renewed call to Congress to reauthorize Violence Against Woman Act of 1984 
HASC joins over 110 Groups to Urge
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to
Open an Investigation of NYPD
Trouble Across - Fire Bombings in New York
Press Releases
January 12, 2012Strengthening Communities while Advancing Peace and Harmony
Huffington Posts
Nov 4, Let us Build Bridges of Understanding in Kentucky and around the World
Tell us your Seva Story - Click here to post a blog
Growing the Seva Movement Read about 2010 Highlights