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Mission Statement

Simply Vedic is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of the youth, elderly, and disabled of Naperville and adjoining communities, using ancient Vedic principles.

The tenets of the Vedic way are based on non- denominational principles prescribed in the Vedas - ancient texts originating in India. The essence of the Vedic principles applied to modern day life is 'simple living and high thinking’. Simply Vedic is based on the eternal Vedic principles of compassion, generosity, ahimsa (non-injury), and oneness with nature. These principles translate into our programs to support the needy, strengthen families, and provide access to health, education, and wholesome food.


Simply Vedic invites you to take part in improving the lives of potentially vulnerable neighbors. Several human and cultural services programs run by Simply Vedic help children, seniors, and the community at large. You can change the story of a neighbor in need by volunteering or donating to a specific program. We need your help with the following programs:

· Adult Education · Meal Program · Transportation · Handyman Services · English Language classes · Yoga Classes · Physical Therapy · Benefits Assistance

You can help by:

  • Sponsoring our activities
  • Advertising in our publication, or on our website
  • Donating your time or resources for our activities
  • Helping with the organization and conduct of our fairs and festivals


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