Get Involved
It Takes Many Hands & Hearts

Our worldwide network of volunteers and donors is a vibrant community that comes together to make Gangaji's message of peace available. We welcome and appreciate your participation. Here are some of the ways you can help. See which hat you might like to wear...

Prison Program Admin: If you have computer skills consider joining the prison admin team.

Corresponder: pair up with a member of our community behind bars for spiritual inquiry via the mail. Currently waitlist for new volunteers.

Transcriber: help us transcribe Gangaji's meetings for future use in creating books, podcasts, video editing and more...

Video Archives: learn how to digitize old format tapes to preserve the archive of recordings. Some video editing experience helpful.

IT Pro: if you are experienced, work alongside staff on tech projects.

Events: coming to an event or live locally? Let us know if you'd like to help with set up.

Volunteer Application

Fill out this application and select the areas where you can offer help. Please tell us about yourself, your interests and skills. Once we receive the form, we'll contact you about how you can get started.

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Ashland Team, 2024

“I can’t imagine a better way to serve. It is such a privilege. I love Gangaji’s teaching, and I want to enable as many people as possible to see and hear her for years to come. I feel that I am standing behind Gangaji, putting my resources into her use of her words.” – Melissa Fischer, Office Volunteer

Help Wanted​
  • Prison Program Administration
  • Prison Program Correspondent
  • Transcribe Gangaji's meetings
  • Video Editing
  • IT Work (coding, data entry, analytics)
  • Ashland Event Support
  • Office Support
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“There is a certain point when the desire to serve something is more important than the desire to get something. That is a secret, wonderful moment. This is where we meet.” ~Gangaji