We gladly welcome more Patron-Members for our AAPI Charitable Foundation.
The lifetime pledge to be a Patron-Trustee membership is $10,000, which is a one-time donation for individuals. Since voluntary donations are at an all-time low, the AAPI-Charitable Foundation is making a plea for more Patron members. (We proudly announce that all current AAPI-CF -executive committee and past AAPI–Charitable-Foundation Presidents are Patron Trustees.)
We are all aware of the disastrous floods that have plagued Uttarakhand. Torrential rain and floods washed away buildings and roads, killing of hundreds people in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. Soldiers and other workers reopened dozens of roads by building makeshift bridges, accelerating the evacuation of nearly 80,000 people. The River Ganga and its tributaries are flowing above the danger mark in several areas in the Himalayan state. Over 2 Million people are displaced and are in dire need of help and support. AAPI Charitable Foundation (AAPI-CF) is organizing relief efforts and providing humanitarian assistance.
As we approach the end of 2013, we close an amazing year with sincere thanks to each and every one of our volunteers, donors and supporters. Throughout our 20 years of service, you have remained steadfast in helping us advance our mission of making quality medical care available to people in USA and in India.
Congratulation to Sanjeev Arora, Founder of Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes,) a global model to increase access to high-quality health care by expanding workforce capacity and evidence-based medicine..
Meetings organized by AAPI often include pre-summit tours that are unique and of particular interest to members of AAPI and our AAPI- Charitable Foundation. The pre-summit tour in December of 2013, just before the Global Health Summit (GHS) was indeed memorable and noteworthy. The highlight of the tour was our visit to the B. T. Savani Kidney Hospital (BTSK). Dr. Pradip Kansagra and his team of consultants, trustees, and dedicated hospital staff invited all 32 physicians for dinner and visit at his charitable Kidney Institute in Rajkot.
Recently a severe cyclone Phailin devastated crops houses, nets, boats and communication network in Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India. There pressing need of Phailin cyclone victims in Srikakulam, unfortunately since 5 days very heavy rains lashing out, adding to the agony of cyclone victims, inflicting further vulnerability and damage.
More Patrons Needed
AAPI-CF appeals for more CF patron members
Flood Disaster Relief Fund
AAPI CF rallies support for humanitarian assistance
AAPI boasts of an enthusiastic membership of physicians of Indian origin across the United States. AAPI's charitable foundation (AAPI-CF) aims to serve the millions of people who could benefit from a good standard of medical services.Through the assistance and hard work of several dedicated and distinguished AAPI Physicians, the AAPI Charitable Foundation was established in 1992. Our Foundation was designed to provide an infrastructure support system for needy patients in India. Please help us to continue supporting our clinics by donating, volunteering, and spreading the word about our organization.
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