Indo American Forum of Fort Bend Plans a Busy Fall Season to Share, Care and Support!


From left: IAF board members, Naren Patel, Subodh Bhuchar, Sarah White of Second Mile Ministries, and Harish Jajoo.

SUGAR LAND: Even as the dead heat of the summer grinds on, the Indo American Forum of Fort Bend is busy at work planning its two signature events, the grand Navratri Garba, always a highly popular event, playing to a packed house, scheduled for September 24 at the Stafford Center.

This will be followed by the Spirit of the Holidays Gala, on Friday, November 11, at Safari Texas, which will highlight the diverse holidays celebrated in Fort Bend and honor a wide spectrum of charitable organizations with donations of support.

Both events help the Indo American Forum of Fort Bend raise funds to extend support to a variety of non profit organizations in Fort Bend which provide education, shelter, food and resources to those in need.

In fact, in response to the recent severe flooding disaster, IAF responded promptly to the urgent need of so many displaced families in need, by making a donation to the Second Mile Ministries, who were the coordinating agency of the relief effort.

While the opportunity to distribute free water at the Memorial Day service was cancelled because of the river flooding, Indo American Forum of Fort Bend donated the water to the ARC of Fort Bend to use for its Special Olympics.

IAF also invites its membership and families to a Back to School Hawaiian Luau and General Body Meeting set for Sunday, August 28, details of which will be sent to the membership.

Indo American Forum of Fort Bend invites the community to participate in and enjoy these events and thus make significant contributions to important causes, as a unified body.