INDO-AMERICAN COMMUNITY FEDERATION
December 29, 2009
Indo-American Community Federation was founded by Jeevan Zutshi in 1993 as he saw a need for Indo-Americans to be part of mainstream America. A young community compared to other communities in the U.S. has been more interested in issues facing India but there was lesser interest in the Homeless in our backyard, domestic violence, gang related youth issues and local government. IACF has made a difference by all standards. Indian community is now involved in their backyards as well even though a lot more is needed.
The Annual Unity Dinner by Indo American Community Federation has become a signature event to bring entire diversity together.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
This organization helped bring a major community into action - 20% Indo-Americans in Fremont and surrounding areas are fully aware of their civic and political responsibilities today.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Board Member & I worked on the gang task force through the organization, worked with Attorney General to address Hate crime issues, worked with Homeless Shelter and children in need.