Orlando, FL – October 22, 2018 The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) brought together volunteers on October 14th to help feed thousands of children at the chamber’s fourth annual 2018 Gandhi Day of Service. Volunteers teamed up to package 40 thousand meals to help feed children in need. The Gandhi Day of Service was held this year at Orlando City Stadium.
The IACC rounded up 140 volunteers to take part in the community service event. The chamber surpassed last year’s numbers and was able to package 40 thousand meals to assist the Feed the Children relief organization.
The IACC joined the Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian Subcontinent, CAPI, to provide volunteers for the community service project. The IACC and CAPI partnered with Feeding Children Everywhere, to make a difference in children’s lives.
We should endeavor to be the change we wish to see in the world. (Gandhi 1913) “Our members worked hand in hand with other volunteers, at the 2018 Gandhi Day of Service. This project made a difference in the lives of thousands of children at the most basic level, by making sure they have food,” said Yog Melwani, IACC President.
The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership, dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses. Together, the IACC and its members are committed to community service, to assisting charitable groups and to increasing trade between the United States and India.
The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”. The IACC is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c) (6) organization. Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.