NGO Lilleoru belongs to the following networks:
Network of European eco-communities GEN-Europe: a large number of intentionally created eco-villages and communities have joined into a global network in order to meet, share ideas and experiences and live in a way that gives back to the environment more than is taken.
MTÜ Association of Estonian Eco-communities: we are part of the association's founders' circle, in order to offer our contribution towards creating a sustainable world. We are joined in this endeavor by many individuals and organizations who stand for furthering and developing the eco-communitarian ways of thinking and living in Estonia.
Babaji's Kriya Yoga Association: the ancient teachings of Kriya Yoga are at the center of Lilleoru's teaching. Ingvar Villido, Lilleoru center's founder and lead teacher is a teacher (acharya) of Babaji's Kriya Yoga and a member of the International Order of Babaji's Kriya Yoga Acharyas.
Association of Haidakhan Babaji's ashrams: Indian holy man Haidakhan Babaji's universal humanistic teachings about truth, simplicity and love reached Lilleoru over 10 years ago. Since the summer of 2002, Lilleoru is one of about fifteen Babaji's ashrams in the world.
MTÜ North-Harju Collaborative Assembly: North-Harju Collaborative Assembly is a voluntary association comprised of the county governments of Jõelähtme, Viimsi and Rae counties as well as citizen associations and businesses from these counties. It opens local access to grants that are awarded through LEADER-measures framework.
MTÜ Aruvalla Village Association: Lilleoru is located in Aruvalla, the southernmost village in Rae county with a permanent population of over 100. When this association was created in 2009 in order to improve the wellbeing of the village, it was natural for us to participate in this initiative for designing a better living and working environment.