Radha Seva is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering widows and the local people of Vrindavan to preserve its sacred land and uplift its communities.
Together we will ensure a beautiful Vrindavan.
Since RadhaSeva was founded in 2010, we were on a mission to restore beautiful Govardhan and ensure that everyone could appreciate the sacred land for many generations to come. As our services grew, we knew we could do even more. So we hired widows and residents, disenfranchised by urban developments, to take on services that matter to be empowered to have a better life, uplift their holy home and the people who reside there.
We have the vision to see every widow in Vrindavan cared for and empowered and every sacred place maintained. But we also have a vision for future generations to come, and so, with your help, we are also providing for Vrindavan's children. We believe that together we are an empowered community, and we can solve Vrindavan's crisis.
Prasadam Meals Distributed
Lbs of Trash Removed
Every single major kunda in Govardhan restored and maintained
We are committed to you
From the beginning, we have been committed to showing you where your contributions go - the work we are able to accomplish together. So to ensure this, we prove every restoration project. Not only that, we share monthly reports of our services in cleaning and restoration, our meal distribution, and the widowed women we've cared for and helped to empower. This is our commitment to you.
Leading the Team
Vrindavan's crisis requires a dedicated team that can see a brighter future. We're grateful to have some of the most committed individuals doing everything they can to ensure Vrindavan's future for many more generations to come.
Mayapur Chandra & Radhika Fiorentino
RadhaSeva began with a simple desire to see Govardhan in Vrindavan, India restored to its original beauty. Personally named by Srila Prabhupada (the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness), Mayapur Chandra has made it his mission to see Vrindavan beautifully protected and preserved with its people empowered. This is his offering of service.
It is Radhika's personal desire to see all of Vrindavan's women protected and uplifted while having the opportunity to care for their sacred home.
Chief Operating Officer