Indian People from throughout the US have raised greater than USD 300,000 for earthquake victims in Turkiye and Syria.
A fundraiser organised by a number of eminent Indian People led by Dr Hemant Patel, the previous president of the American Affiliation of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the group raised greater than USD 230,000.
The fund raised over the weekend in New Jersey was attended by Turkish Ambassador to the US Murat Mercan, together with Turkish Consul Common in New York Reyhan Özgür, whereby they profusely thanked the Indian American group for the beneficiant help for the earthquake-hit individuals of their nation.
“They (the ambassador and the consul normal) spoke very extremely of what’s being performed and what the Indian group is doing for the Turkish individuals,” Patel, a recipient of the distinguished Ellis Island Medal of Honour, advised PTI.
Sewa Worldwide Houston’s AmeriCorps workforce not too long ago organised a donation drive in help of the victims of the earthquake in Syria and Turkiye. Folks from completely different communities throughout Houston got here collectively to donate a whole bunch of things, together with meals, garments, winter coats, hygiene objects, outside provides, tents, hand heaters, sneakers and child requirements.
Greater than 200 packing containers have been taken to the warehouse, filling over three pickup vans, a trailer, an SUV and a giant U-Haul truck.
The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Robbinsville, New Jersey organised a particular prayer meeting this week for these affected by the humanitarian disaster. The group members at BAPS supplied help for the individuals of Türkiye by way of prayer and a beneficiant donation of USD 25,000 by way of its humanitarian reduction arm, BAPS Charities, to the Embrace Aid Basis.
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