Community News

Indian American Chamber of Commerce to Pack 100,000 Meals at Seventh Annual Gandhi Day of Service

Orlando, FL (Sept. 28, 2021) – The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) will host the Seventh Annual Gandhi Day of Service 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Oct. 2 at the Amway Center, 400 W. Church Street, Ste. 200.

Honoring the mission of Mahatma Gandhi to “be the change you wish to see in the world” the IACC’s goal is to package 100,000 meals for US Hunger (formerly Feeding Children Everywhere).

“We are extremely excited to bring back Gandhi Day of Service and achieve our goal of packaging more than 100,000 meals,” said incoming IACC Chairman, Neal Patel. “Now, more than ever, bringing the community together, encouraging kids to volunteer and supporting a great cause is what we need.”

Opportunities to volunteer in this fun and vibrant activity are still available at www.iaccorlando.com. This is a great way for the entire family to give back to the local and worldwide community. Masks are required throughout the duration of the event.


The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is a strong chamber, with a growing membership, and represents over a billion dollars in economic activity.  The IACC is focused on providing opportunities for the people of Asian Indian origin to network with some of Central Florida’s most successful business professionals and guest speakers, in order to assist you in growing your business locally, state-wide, nationally and/or internationally.

IACC members are committed to community service, to assisting other charitable groups, and to increasing trade between the United States and India.

Want More i4? Subscribe to the Magazine.

About the author

Diane Sears

A career journalist, author and advocate for business growth, Diane Sears is the CEO, editor and publisher of i4 Business. She is also the founder and president of DiVerse Media LLC, which has handled content marketing projects including nonfiction books, white papers, executive speeches and scripts since 2000. She is co-founder of the nonprofit Go for the Greens Foundation, which helps connect women-owned and minority-owned business owners with growth opportunities internationally.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment