Current Projects

Blanket for Homeless People

Blankets donated to unfortunate Homeless 
women in Halton Women shelter

Donations to Homeless on streets

Day and night, there are about 30,000 people across Canada who are homeless. They are among the most vulnerable  homeless people have higher rates of infectious diseases like HIV, mental illness and addictions, and much higher death rates than the average Canadian. 

The struggle for survival is often most pressing during the winter months when temperatures in Canadian cities can plunge to -30 degree Celsius and below. Environment Canada warns that at temperatures with a wild chill of  -29 to -39 degree Celsius, exposed skin can freeze in 10-30 minutes with subsequent hypothermia and frostbite. 

We know we can not help and save all. But we can just try from One. In continuation of last year This year again we Vedic Institute Of Canada committed to Donate Blankets to needy people.

Year 2018 we distributed 100 Blankets

Year 2019 We distributed 100 Blankets to Women shelter and Kerr street Ministry for homeless people

We have committed year 2020 to distribute 100 Blankets

so far 75 has been distributed

You can help and I am sure you will 

***Tax Receipt will be given for donations***

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One Real Story 

As a young woman, I was a flight attendant for Air Canada. In 1990, during a layover in Zagreb, I was pushed out of an airport bus by a passenger who was rushing to catch her plane. The bus exit was several feet off the ground, and I fell, head first, onto the concrete. The impact caused severe brain damage: for years, I was unable to read and barely able to speak. I still suffer from chronic nerve pain, incontinence and spinal stenosis, and I require the use of a wheelchair. Between workers’ compensation payments and some financial support from my mother, I was able to cover my medical expenses and live independently in a Lawrence Heights condominium, which I bought in 2000 for $200,000.

(courtesy Toronto life) 

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Hunger and Poverty
Do you Know
1 in 10 people in our community experience hunger and don’t have enough money to buy food?

Approximately 1/3 of food produced globally for human consumption is lost or wasted?

Vedic Institute is taking initiative to save food waste and hunger simultaneously. Institute is working to provide once a week free food on site and anytime on demand.we are hoping to start this project soon at Burlington office

More More query or support

Call Dave Bhatia


Head Office


2437 Dundas Street

Burlington,L7R 3X4