Indian-American groups conduct food drive for Schaumburg Township

  • Among those taking part in a June 2 food drive by the Federation of Indian Associations-Chicago and Indian American Cultural Association at the Schaumburg Township Food Pantry were, from left, IACA President and FIA-Chicago Vice President Vinita Gulabani, Schaumburg Mayor Tom Dailly, and FIA Founder President Sunil Shah.

    Among those taking part in a June 2 food drive by the Federation of Indian Associations-Chicago and Indian American Cultural Association at the Schaumburg Township Food Pantry were, from left, IACA President and FIA-Chicago Vice President Vinita Gulabani, Schaumburg Mayor Tom Dailly, and FIA Founder President Sunil Shah. Courtesy of Sunil Shah

 
Submitted by FIA-Chicago
Updated 6/10/2020 1:40 PM

Volunteers and office bearers of the Federation of Indian Associations, FIA-Chicago and the Indian American Cultural Association (IACA) jointly conducted a food drive on June 2 at Schaumburg Township.

FIA and IACA jointly contributed about 30 boxes of food and other essential supplies to the township's food pantry, which is operating an emergency drive-through distribution every Tuesday and Thursday.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Schaumburg Mayor Tom Dailly, FIA founder and President Sunil Shah, FIA VP and IACA founding President Vinita Gulabani, Schaumburg Township trustees Nimish Jani and Charlotte Kegarise, and many other FIA and IACA members joined the cause.

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