A variety of experts to share their perspectives on how to combat the climate crisis at virtual event
Indian American community is one of the biggest donors for Philanthropic activities both in the United States and India. Get to know the people of Indian origin who involve in Philanthropy and see how they make valuable investments.
GOPIO-CT presents $5,000 to Mill River Park Collaborative for organising activities for children & adults
President Dr. Ravi Kolli donates $5,000 on behalf of AAPI.
India-centric community convenes to spur the movement to redefine and invigorate philanthropy
Her Boston based charity Friends of Mewar works towards providing healthcare and jobs to rural women in India.
Chicago based Syed Rehman is constantly thinking of ways to help the earthquake hit people.
Desai Foundation is dedicated to empowering women and children through community programming in rural India
Social sector leaders, influencers and philanthropists to gather at event at George Washington University on March 2nd
Indian diaspora in the US urged to step up and channel money back to the homeland
The US senator and four others honored at the 31st International Salute to the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast celebration.
Essay competition is an IPA initiative designed to catalyze giving to benefit India, particularly with today’s youth
Indian American philanthropy is expected to grow in the coming years from $1 billion to $3 billion annually
Megha Desai, the president of the Desai Foundation, discusses scaling impact, resilience, and the upcoming Lotus Festival
Rushdie rose to prominence with his Booker Prize-winning 1981 novel “Midnight’s Children,” about children born during India’s partition
Sai Prasad Venkatachalam, cofounder of a new hospital in Karnataka, tells the American Bazaar about his passion for healthcare
Sharma is the first Indian American and first person of color elected board president in museum’s history
Jayshree Ullal, Neerja Sethi, Neha Narkhede, Indra Nooyi, Reshma Shetty among 100 women featured in Forbes 2022 list
‘Despite his underprivileged roots no Indian prime minister was so democratically engaged as Deve Gowda’
Indian born conservation biologist has worked extensively in the Himalaya on biodiversity conservation to climate change issues
Spring Luncheon 2022 celebrates women entrepreneurs, including Mona Sinha, New York changemaker for women’s lives
In her new book, “Strong Connections,” Wang discusses digital technology and its shortcomings, particularly for marginalized women.
RoundGlass founder Sunny (Gurpreet) Singh speaks about his journey as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and a wellbeing seeker.
US based coalition’s contest is designed to grow the culture of philanthropy among Indian Americans, particularly youth
The group’s end-to-end digital operating platform has the potential to be as a game changer, the Boston area entrepreneur says.
With reach in 94 countries, Shah provides all South Asians an insight to leaders who look like them