Welcome. We are delighted that you are taking time to learn about – a volunteer based non-profit organization called Indian Circle for Caring USA Inc. (ICC). A grass root movement started in Aug. 2007 by a few individuals to respond to an unfulfilled need to help community members as they may be going through emergency or urgent situations such as serious sickness, hospitalization, family crisis, accident or death / bereavement. As the awareness of such an organization increased, support from good hearted individuals and organizations came along. Volunteers and members joined hands. It transformed an idea in to reality – a vibrant volunteer run organization is now privileged of helping young and old alike. ICC and its volunteers have been serving across the boundaries of religions, languages, regions, as well as socioeconomic groups. Our model of working collaboratively and cooperatively with existing social, religious, professional and support organizations to reach out to our community has proven to be very valuable and huge benefit to community ICC serves.
We have set up this web site to communicate about our mission, share the stories of accomplishments as well as our plans to serve the community. We trust that it will also provide you valuable information and serve as a useful resource to the members of our community.
Specifically a visitor to our web site can sign up to join as a member; provide information about areas of interest and availability to serve as a volunteer; request help in case of emergency or urgent situation facing an individual / family or simply share their comments, inputs or suggestions.
You may also visit our Facebook page and select “like”, which will allow us to keep you informed about important matter of interest and use to you!!
As always, we would love to hear from you to make ICC a better resource for our community.
Chetan Mepani, Director of Community Outreach
Yogesh Parikh, Programs Director
Jayanti Patel, Director of Volunteering
Girish A. Mehta, Founder & Executive Director
- Upcoming Events
- Past Events
UPDATED Plans are underway for 6th Annual Leadership Council Meeting on Sunday, November 16th, 2014. Invitations will go out shortly to the leaders of various social, religious, services, media and other organizations to send their representatives. Leadership Council Meeting is an unique opportunity for leaders of various Indian Organization to come together. Each of the […]
ICC participated at an India Day Event sponsored by India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB) at Boston Hatch Shell on Sunday, August 17th, 2014. It was a beautiful day and well attended event. We congratulate Dr. Anil Saigal and his team for bringing this event back to Boston Hatch Shell. Having this event Visitors at ICC booth […]
ICC participated at an India Day Event sponsored by India Association of Rhode Island (IARI) on the steps of Rhode Island State house on a beautiful afternoon of Saturday, August 16th, 2014. It was a well planned and well attended event. We congratulate Dr. Amrut Patel, Mr. Dilip Jain and their team for this successful event and thank […]
Sewa International -DFW and Indian Circle for Caring USA Inc., (ICC) conducted a series of presentations on “Health Care Proxy and Living Will” in Dallas / Ft. Worth TX area at the following locations: Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 at Hindu Temple of Greater Ft. Worth Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple, Frisco Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 at D/FW […]
Drs. Vijay & Vinoo Mehta hosted a presentation on “Health Care Proxy and Living Will” at their residence in Temple, TX on Thursday, July 31st, 2014 Attendees had an opportunity to get informed, educated and empowered to prepare this often neglected but important legal document. Health Care Proxy and Living Will allows an individual to select a person […]
On July 29th, 2014 SAIVA of Austin, TX in collaboration with Indian Circle for Caring USA Inc., (ICC) conducted a presentation on “Health Care Proxy and Living Will”. These FREE events was designed to provide an opportunity to prepare Health Care Proxy and Living Will by young and old alike, whether the person is in great health or poor health. Girish A. […]