HELP US END CHILD HUNGER IN THE U.S.
Over 40 million Americans, more than 12 million children suffer from hunger.
ICA works to alleviate hunger in our communities by providing fresh produce, milk and hot meals to struggling families and those impacted by COVID 19. These include home bound seniors, the disabled, those financially affected by the pandemic, struggling families in our communities and children who are most impacted by this disaster.
ICA was founded by Niti and Sanjay Srivastav to celebrate Indian culture, to bring our diverse communities together, to work to end discrimination and suffering in our community. SEVA is at the heart of Indian culture and it means to serve others. ICA exists to serve those in need.
We rely on the generosity of of our partners, donors and volunteers. Meet some of the wonderful people who make ICA's work (seva) possible.
Help us alleviate hunger in our community - volunteer, donate Give of yourself.
Below is a partial list of our sponsors, donors and grantors. Non-food, non-COVID and in-kind donations, grants and cash are included.
Niti & Sanjay Srivastav
MD Food Bank
We are able to what we do because of our volunteers. We rely on our over 100 volunteers to implement our projects - Food distribution and other programing designed to not only engage the community, but to serve those in need.
Contact us if you are in need of asssitance.
ICA would like to help
High School Essay Contest
Know a gifted young person? Ask them to enter the
ICA ESSAY CONTEST.
First prize $250.00
ICA YLC is organizing educational programs, internships, scholarships and will hold contests periodically. Visit ICA YLC for the latest.
New to the Area?
If you're new to Howard County, contact us. We will connect you with community services, activities, dance, music, and the food scene, or even if you want a friend,