The 2022 Gala focused on economic empowerment and digital innovations to help street vendors jumpstart their businesses
Social organizationâ€™s efforts to focus on underprivileged women, children and youth in India.
The event celebrates AIF’s Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative.
Social entrepreneur and global changemaker Alex Counts speaks about his new book “Changing the World Without Losing Your Mind.”
Over 43,500 children in rural migrating communities of India will benefit from the 4-year grant.
Indian Americans bring a depth of knowledge, ideas and innovations, as well as money, to address Indiaâ€™s complex challenges.
Indian American entrepreneurs Bharat Desai and Neerja Sethi commit $1 million to AIF.
Two other India-focused groups also get perfect rating: Asha for Education and the India Development and Relief Fund, Inc. (IDRF).
The funds raised is the result of a year-long process of an educational journey about a critical development issue and a deeper process of giving.
More than 500 guests, among them top business leaders, executives, investors, entrepreneurs and community leaders, attended the event.
The event honors Amneal Pharmaceuticals co-founders Chirag Patel and Chintu Patel for their outstanding leadership in business and philanthropy.
The brothers, who cofounded Amneal Pharmaceuticals, will be recognized for their â€œoutstanding leadership in business and philanthropy.â€
Gala Chairs Sanjay Mittal and Sunita Gupta lauded the generosity and the spirit of altruism in the Richmond community.
The American India Foundation (AIF) will honor Dr Aradhana Bela Sood of Richmond, Virginia.
Some 500 guests, among them business executives, investors, entrepreneurs and community leaders, attend the event.
Activist Shahnaz Taplin Chinoy, banker Nandita Bakhshi honored at the event.
Ek Disha Foundation joins the nonprofit network to become its 11th chapter.
The event will be held at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Georgia, on April 1.
The actor headlines the AIF’s New England gala, which raises $800,000 for the organizationâ€™s programs in India.
Event raises more than $70,000 for the organizationâ€™s LAMP initiative, which educates children of migrant laborers in India.
The September 23 event raises $150,000.
3289 Schools in Punjab will benefit from the initiative.
The most impactful speech was given by a 14-year old girl who benefited from the organizationâ€™s work.
The event will be held at Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond.
Banga will serve as co-chair of the Board.