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Chapter: New Jersey, NJ

New Jersey Sewa Chapter launched in December 2016 is dedicated to serve humanity on the principles of Nar Sewa Narayan Sewa (serving humanity is serving God). Our strong group of organizers and volunteers are mostly students and working parents.

We have undertaken wide range of projects including serving local communities as well as development projects abroad. Our on-going projects include supporting local Soup Kitchens, Adopt Highways, Clean Parks, Sponsor a Child, Family services, Disaster Relief, Promote Volunteerism, Youth for Sewa Get Inspired and Lead program.

We welcome everybody in North Jersey to come and join us. With your help we can take the mission forward - help more communities in need, support more initiatives...

Contact Details

(973) 531-7736                                                                                                      Send Mail

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Become a Volunteer

Are you interested in making a difference in your community? Want to give back to the society, but not sure where to start?

Join Sewa today and use our platform to start your volunteer journey!

The New Jersey Chapter invites enthusiast, individuals to step forward and give back to the community.r.\


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Sponsor a Child

We encourage you to give additional monetary gifts for special occasions, to address specific needs, or simply as an act of love.

LEAD North Jersey

LEAD North Jersey is Sewa International's internship program for High School students.

Family Services

Family services are designed to provide families tools for leading more meaningful fulfilling lives.

Garden of Joy - Socha, Columbia

Garden of Joy is a Saturday/Sunday school for children from poor environment. It supports more than 40 children in character and value development. the establishment has brought huge positive change in the neighborhood.


Sewa North Jersey has adopted Parks in North Jersey and the Route 46 in Parsippany.

We schedule highway and parks clean up once a quarter and are always looking for volunteers to help.

Support the Soup Kitchen

The North Jersey chapter supports the Morristown Soup Kitchen We collects non-perishable food items and schedules delivery every month. Morristown Soup Kitchen serves nutritious meals in safe, warm and caring environment, free of charge. 

We also participate in awareness events including Annual Hunger walk. 

Upcoming Events

    • 1 Feb 2023
    • (EST)
    • 31 Oct 2023
    • (EDT)
    • North Jersey

    North Jersey LEAD 2023

    As we have reached capacity the registrations are now closed for 2023. 

    You may sign up for our mailing list or check back in Dec 2023 for next years openings. Thank you for your support. Please contact at 7139923784 for any additional questions.

    A great opportunity to experience the joy of giving by getting involved in community service, meet socially aware community leaders, develop leadership, teamwork and organizational skills, and have fun along the way besides achieving Sewa recognition certificate and United States PVSA - Presidential Volunteer Service Award* (conditions apply).

    Project location: North Jersey

    Duration: Feb 2023 - Oct 2023, minimum 100 hours of community service required to complete.

    General Eligibility
    High school students (in or in-coming). Students must be currently in 8th grade and above.  8th-12th grader only

    2. Students need to be sincerely committed to the values of Sewa with integrity and discipline.

    3. Parent involvement is required where needed and must commit at least 15 hours on any of the LEAD activity.

    4. Parents are required to sign a waiver and picture release form for the student to participate in the NJ LEAD 2023 Program (“Activity”) conducted by Sewa International, Inc. 

    Selection criteria: Limited seats, on first come first served basis. Equal opportunity employer. Open to all racial, ethnic, religious, and gender backgrounds.

    Program fee: $125/candidate to cover costs of running the program.

    Submit your application by February 10th, 2023.
    Select Chapter 
    New Jersey (North) Project “LEAD & GI Programs” Enter Applicant name in Comment field. Forward confirmation email to

    *must be a US citizen or Permanent resident to be eligible for PVSA. All students completing 100 hrs will receive Sewa Certificates irrespective of citizenship status.

    • 14 Oct 2023
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • 15 Oct 2023
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Volunteers Park Lower Field, Parsippany, New Jersey
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    Contact Information: 302-330-SEWA or


    Tournament Info 

    • What: 8 Overs, 8 player cricket teams, Hard tennis ball knockouts '
    • When: Oct 14th and 15th: 9am - 4pm.
    • Play off Dates - Oct 14th, Semi-Final and Final on Oct 15th 
      • Formal Closing Ceremony: 5 - 6 PM on Sun, Oct 15th, 2023
    • Where: Volunteers Park, Parsippany, NJ. 435 N Beverwyck Rd, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034 
    • Volunteers Park "Lower Field" - Google Maps

    Rules: CLICK HERE

    Waiver/Attendance form

    2 Days before game.


    Game Day Schedule coming soon


    If you represent a company or a business, consider this unique opportunity to get your business exposed to 1000+ supporters and participants of Sports4Sewa - Cricket Tournament from the Greater New York and New Jersey areas. Click here to access our sponsorship brochure.

    Refund Policy: Refunds up to 10 days before event.

    Each team needs to potentially plan players availability for only 2 dates as described below. Day 1:(Oct 14th) 9am-4pm
    Day 2: (Oct 15th) 9am-4pm - Semis, Finals and award ceremony

    Entire tournament will be held in knockout format.

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