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NESSP Launches GoFundMe Campaign As It Gets Ready For Grand Opening Of Largest Sai Temple In North America This Summer

Press Release
04/20/2017

New England Shirdi Sai Parivar, which is nearing the completion of North America’s largest Sai temple this summer, announced that it has launched GoFundMe campaign to raise $500,000. As of April 19, 2017, NESSP has raised $25,235 on GoFundMe.

To support this great landmark, please visit NESSP’s fundraising page at https://www.gofundme.com/SaiTempleShrine

The two-story, 40,000-square-foot temple is being built on a 28-acre site in Groton, MA. The temple currently operates out of a 7,200-square-foot rented facility in Chelmsford, MA, and will relocate to the new facility when it is completed this year in summer.

NESSP acquired the land for $1.14 million and plans to spend an additional $10 million to complete the new complex. As of now, the temple has raised over $7.5 million, and currently aims to raise $500,000 for the completion of the Phase 1 and the grand opening.
When completed, the new temple will be largest Sai Temple in North America.

There are many options and ways to donate to this great cause. For more information on how to donate, visit www.BostonSaiTemple.org.

The first phase of construction of the temple complex includes a temple building, a kitchen, a big dining hall and few community rooms. The second phase will include three residential units for priests and a 500-seat auditorium.

The temple will be will be open to everyone and people can hold weddings, ayengetrams and other community and cultural events. The temple complex will provide a great venue for poojas, learning and weddings where havans in open can be held and barat (wedding party) can come with horses and full festivities like in India.

Reading, MA-based NM Construction Corp.as a general contractor. The project architect is Braintree, MA-based BD Nayak Architects. Both have extensive experience in building religious institutions in New England.

About New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar
Founded in 2006, New England Shirdi Sai Parviaar (NESSP) is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to promote the philosophy of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba and to accordingly support religious, spiritual, cultural and charitable activities. NESSP was formed by devotees who share their love for Shri Shirdi Sai Baba and are inspired by His teachings. For more information, visit www.NESSP.org.



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