• Denver TOS collects "Shoes for Sherpas"

    Denver TOS members collected "Shoes for Sherpas" in cooperation with the Colorado Nepal Alliance.  Warm sturdy boots and a happy little pair of red Mary Janes will be sent to the Sherpa people of eastern Nepal.

  • TOS Annie Besant Model School, Rayagada, India

    The TOS Annie Besant Model School has come a long way since its modest beginnings in 1992.  The daily school routine begins with a short meditation period.  The school's current vision of developing theosophically based educational methods based on concepts put forth in Establishing Theosophical Schools is commendable, exciting and another step forward for Theosophy in today's world.

  • Socks for Joy

    Members in Southampton, Pennsylvania, shared holiday warmth by donating winter socks to be distributed to homeless veterans in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. 

  • Portland, OR lodge supports backpack program

    Members from Portland, OR support the "backpack program" at Chief Joseph/Ockley Green K-8 School in Portland, OR.  This national program run by Feeding America sends food home with low income children on the weekends guaranteeing them nutritious food all week long.

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China Study, Cowspiracy and Peaceable Kingdom by L. Miles Standish

L. Miles Standish, in collaboration with the Theosophical Society in Phoenix, is donating free copies of the book, The China Study, by T. Colin Campbell, PhD, and documentary DVD's, Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, and Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home. These resources address three fundamental but closely related issues: human health, sustainability for life on the planet as we know it, and human stewardship in the form of reverence for life. [node:read-more:link]

Hutoxy Contractor (June 21, 1936 – January 27, 2016) by Joseph Gullo

Hutoxy Contractor

We say goodbye to Hutoxy (pronounced Hutsy) Contractor, 79, a stalwart member of the TOS. Hutsy had a B.A. in sociology and anthropology. She and her husband Dinshaw, originally from India, were married in 1958 and continued their ancestral Zoroastrian faith in the United States where they raised five children. Hutsy is survived by her husband, Dinshaw and four children, Rashna, Yasmin, Yazdi and Arnavaz. Sadly, their fifth child, Shernaz died in an accident 1985. [node:read-more:link]

Flood Relief Efforts Underway at Adyar

Historic amounts of rain have produced disastrous flooding in Chennai, India, including flooding at Adyar, international headquarters of the Theosophical Society. While buildings at Adyar sustained comparatively minimal damage, the City of Chennai suffered devastating damage, with more than 50,000 homes destroyed some of them belonging to staff at Adyar who lost everything. We are collecting donations to help with the flood relief efforts. [node:read-more:link]


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