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Outpour of Indian community volunteers for Harvey rescue, recovery and rebuilding

 

 

Geetha Ravula, (far right) founder of Ashirwad A Blessing , a non-profit organizaton in Houston delivering household supplies to

Dandi Salt Satyagraha stirs nation

In 1924, Gandhi fell ill. He was suffering from appendicitis and was in great pain. The government was alarmed. What would

ISKCON Hosts Interfaith Day of Prayer for Harvey Victims

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey’s unprecedented flooding and devastation, Texas Governor Greg Abbott proclaimed Sunday, Sept 3rd as a Day of Prayer

Outpour of Indian community volunteers for Harvey Rescue, Recovery and Rebuilding

Within no time Houston Harvey WhatsApp group was created, people started joining the group to help and rescue people who were stranded and

Relief work at at Trini Mendenhall Community Center

When Munir Ibrahim, his sons Umar and Aamir and their good friends the Jain’s, Ajay, Manish, Audra and Belle, heard about the Red

Helping Disaster Victims – Real And Personal

by Ajit Thakur CPA Natural Disasters are inevitable and unavoidable. Hurricane Harvey inflicted untold misery on millions of people staying in

Indian organizations plan to coordinate fundraising efforts for Harvey victims

On Tuesday, September 5, members of the Indian American community in Houston met at the Indian Consulate office on account of an appeal

Local priests volunteer in the Harvey disaster areas of Fort Bend

Thief steals donations from Sugar Land temple serving as storm shelter

SUGAR LAND – Police are looking for a thief who was caught on camera stealing donation pots in the middle

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital offering free flu shots to benefit Santa’s

 

 

SUGAR LAND—(September 1, 2017)—With fall around the corner and the holiday season not far behind, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is