Kindle Life, Inc. is a religious non-profit organization that provides a space for Hindu practice, devotion, prayer and meditation in the rapidly growing Indian community of the Bay Area. Kindle Life’s mission is to promote Hindu religious beliefs, and to create an environment conducive to education, worship and the practice of the Hindu religion. The organization encourages exploration of the Hindu religion and regularly presents religious opportunities to practice religious tenets by working with elderly people in the community, providing loans and scholarships and encouraging donations to people in need, such as orphans and the victims of natural disasters.
Disaster Strikes anytime, anywhere.
It takes many forms: A hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire, a hazardous spill, an act of terrorism. It can build over days or weeks or it can strike suddenly without warning. Every year, millions of people suffer from disaster.
Examples of Aid Given:
- Terrorist attacks of 9/11 in the USA
- Earthquake in Gujarat, India
- Nepal earthquake
- Hurricanes in USA
Kindle Life has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt non-profit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of USA. The organization is located in California. The organization offers many religious and educational services for those who regularly visit Kindle Life. Kindle Life is fully supported by its members through charitable donations and fundraising activities, without any benefits or remuneration.
- Help public prepare themselves against any disaster and spread awareness.
- Structures located out of harm’s way and built to withstand the worst of any disaster.
Authorized philanthropic organizations with plans in place and the resources and training they need.
- Communities capable of recovering and rebuilding after disaster has passed.
We offer the help by:
- Promoting sound building design and constructions practices.
- Providing grants for activities that reduce the impact of earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters.
- Educating the public on what to do through training programs, publications, and seminars.
- Helping local communities for disaster mitigation
- Relocating homes and businesses away from high risk areas, and encouraging property owners to construct safer buildings above flood level.
- Creating risk assessment maps to assist local planners with effective community planning