Support of the Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Peetham helps
to both serve existing activities and to expand
programs to keep pace with the growth and
aspirations of the wider collective.


There are a variety of ways in which one may support the ashram and its activities:


Work Contributions

Since karma yoga is a major focus of the Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Peetham, we welcome volunteers who would like to come out to the ashram to join the residents in daily collective work consecrated the Divine. See the Visiting page for more information on overnight stays. Call Dakshina to discuss possible karma yoga activities. 1-800-735-4691, Ext 4.


Financial Contributions

* Credit Card donations online here

* Credit Card donations via phone: 1-800-735-4691, Ext 4
* Checks sent via mail, made out to:

     Sri Aurobindo Sadhana Peetham (or SASP)

     and mailed to:

     SASP, 2621 W Hwy 12, Lodi, CA 95242

* Cash donations made during visits to the ashram


Gifts in Kind

We accept in-kind gifts which are donations other than cash. Examples of these charitable contributions could include furnitures, vehicles, gardening equipment, building supplies, etc. If you have material items for donation, please contact Dakshina to see which items are needed.
1-800-735-4691, Ext 4.



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SASP Yurt Project

Thanks to all the support received for this project, we have erected a 30’ yurt on the North-East corner of the ashram property next to the tennis court. It is a heated multi-purpose, single-room building that can be used for kids activities, presentations, indoor physical activities, etc.   You can see the details and photos of its construction at the Yurt Project page.