DREAMSAI IN THE NEWS
1st November 2021
Royal recognition for charitable trust , Countess Howe, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire presented the Award Crystal and Certificate to DREAMSAI in front of the High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire readmore
3rd June 2021
Milton Keynes-based charity receives honour from the Queen. A presentation ceremony to receive the prestigious was organised on Saturday the 16th of October 2021 by DREAMSAI Milton Keynes. readmore
16th April 2020
TIMES OF INDIA
In a bid to control the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in its country, the British government has asked senior citizens with comorbid conditions to isolate themselves. But for many of the aged read more..
27th October 2021
The Logical Indian
Making India Proud: A charity group in the United Kingdom run by the Indian community won big as they received the prestigious 'The Queen's Award For Voluntary Service'. readmore
25th June 2020
Members of a charity set up to practice the teachings of an Indian Saint have delivered thousands of home-cooked meals and food hampers to vulnerable people during lock down read more..
SHIRDI SAI - OUR INSPIRATION
All our projects are inspired by the teaching of SHIRDI SAIBABA, the 19th century Indian Saint, whose followers include people from all the faiths. Shirdi Saibaba lived in Shirdi, India and left his physical body in October 1918. Shirdi Sai samadhi centenary celebrations are being done across the world by his followers in 2018.
SAIBABA was extremely successful in building strong bonds between different faiths and beliefs. For HIM, there is no difference between poverty and prosperity. SAIBABA put into practice the principles of democracy, socialism and secularism which form the basis for many societies today. The common meals which SAIBABA cooked and served with his own hands to poor people is an inspiration for FOOD FOR SAI project.