We rescue cows, protect them and give them a full peaceful life.
Earth’s most gentle animals are threatened by cruelty, selfishness and greed of human beings. Our mission is to protect these animals and foster kindness in the hearts of people, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.
AZ Goshala is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of cows in our community and beyond!
Our mission is to protect cows and spread the message of kindness. We believe that kindness to animals leads to kindness to humans and hence a peaceful world. We spread the message of importance of cow protection and educate people on the importance of cows and bulls in building a sustainable ecosystem for our future generations.
“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated” — Mahatma Gandhi.
What We’ve Done
- Started a cow shelter with cows rescued from slaughterhouse.
- Found a place for cows to live their lives in peace.
- Raised awareness for kindness to animals at many shows and festivals.
- Demonstrated the feasibility of cow protection in Arizona.
- Educated kids on the importance of cows to human society.
- Organized tours for kids to meet and spend time with lovely cows and calves.
- Served free meat less food at homeless shelters.
- Demonstrated cooking delicious food made with love and compassion.
GOSHALA in Arizona was inspired by Sri Ganapati Swami and was established on April 7, 2010. It is affiliated with ISCOWP (International Society for Cow Protection) and is a non-profit 501(C)(3) tax exempt organization.
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