Seva was founded in the Fall of 1993 by Dr. B. S. Sridhar and late Mrs. Nasreen Majid. Seva, in Sanskrit, means service. Volunteers from the Indian community began serving lunch on Saturdays at Salvation Army, Appleton. After ten years of successful operation, recognizing the commonality in their respective missions and membership, Seva merged with IndUS of Fox Valley in 2003 and it became the charitable arm of IndUS.
On an average, Seva volunteers serve approximately 6000 meals per year. If you are interested in joining Seva, please contact Dr. Sridhar at Sridhar@uwosh.edu or call 920/749-4911.Type your paragraph here.
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Green Bay Seva started serving meals at the Community Shelter in Green Bay in March 2018. It has a strength of 33 families so far. The group consists of all volunteers and 130-180 people has served each time. The group has donated money to the Golden House and Green Bay Public Schools. This Seva is coordinated by Dr. Sabeena Kathuria, Radhika Rimmalapudi, Sridevi Buddi and Jayashree Murali.