• Beagle Freedom Project

    Who let the dogs out? The Beagle Freedom Project let the dogs out—out of their laboratory cages, that is. The TOS supports The Beagle Freedom Project, which rescues animals used for laboratory research.

    Faces of dogs in freedom project
  • Safe Haven Cat Shelter and Clinic

    The TOS helps support the Safe Haven Cat Shelter and Clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina. Safe Haven is a no-kill shelter that provides medical treatment and finds homes for homeless cats and kittens. You may know one of the volunteers at Safe Haven—our very own Betty Bland (far right).

  • Cleveland-Besant Lodge supports animal shelter.

    In Ohio, the Cleveland-Besant Lodge donated household goods to the Purr-fect Place thrift store whose sales support a local shelter, Valley Save-a-Pet.

    Cleveland Besant Lodge
  • TOS Animal Healing Network

    The TOS Animal Healing Network, founded and directed by Rozi Ulics, has gone global. Hundreds of animals have received healing energy from experienced meditators around the world. Click on “Animal Healing Network” under “What We Do” for more information.

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TOS Annual Appeal Letter

Dear Friend,

Since 1908 the Theosophical Order of Service has helped ease suffering in the world. At this time of year we once again reach out to you for your support.

The TOS is an all-volunteer organization. Every dollar of your donation goes toward the work and is tax exempt[node:read-more:link]

TOS Annual Appeal Letter

Dear Friend,

Since 1908 the Theosophical Order of Service has helped ease suffering in the world. At this time of year we once again reach out to you for your support.

The TOS is an all-volunteer organization. Every dollar of your donation goes toward the work and is tax exempt. Some of the activities we have been involved in this year are: Read more. [node:read-more:link]

Announcing our latest Scholarship Recipient Tate Locust

For each year of the past five years the Theosophical Order of Service has awarded a scholarship to a student at the Oglala Lakota College, School of Nursing located on the Pine Ridge Reservation, the poorest in the Nation. The student is chosen by the college based on our criteria. This year’s scholarship recipient is Tate Locust. Congratulations! And best wishes for your continued studies, Tate. Read about Tate in his own words: [node:read-more:link]

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