ICA distributed food to needy families at the Miller Library in Ellicott City, MD on September 16, 2020. ICA has provided a lifeline to struggling families during this pandemic. We are proud of those who walk with us; our wonderful volunteers who have worked tirelessly to help to fight hunger in our community. Here are a few pics from 9/16.
What happens when disaster strikes? True to Indian teachings of ahimsa, of helping others and living life with a spirit of seva (service), where charity is held as a noble deed to be done without expectation of any return from those who receive it, the Indian Cultural Association (ICA) mobilized in response to covid. ICA's philosophy is to serve our neighbors and our larger community. ICA's a rag tag team of volunteers set out to feed our hungry neighbors. Everyday we have been fighting for struggling families in Maryland. ICA has had an impact on tens of thousands of our neighbors.
ICA is dedicated to SEVA (a Sanskrit word for service) and, social responsibility. These are troubled times. We stand together to eradicate hunger in our community.
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Know us by our deeds.
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 are able to what we do because of our dedicated volunteers. We rely on our over 100 volunteers to implement our projects - Food distribution and other programing which are designed to not only engage the community, but to serve those in need.
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