Indo-American Center Spring Fundraiser

A fundraising event for Indo-American Center

Event Information

Wednesday, May 02, 2018 from 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Forging Change through Social Enterprise

For 27 years IAC has served clients from over 30 countries in the Chicagoland area. IAC knows delivering the same services in the same manner is insufficient. Meaningful progress requires systematic exploration, experimentation, and trial and error, where learning compounds over time. We need your help when we come across emerging opportunities for distinctive offerings or approaches that might extend our reach or magnify our impact. 

Please join us at our first Spring Fundraiser on Wednesday, May 2nd. Hear from a notable speaker and meet members of the board. Learn how IAC has made a profound impact to the Asian American Community and why your support is vital for the organization to continue serving the community.


Online Ticket Price: $75 (by May 1) 

On Site Ticket Price: $100


Hub 51, 51 W. Hubbard St, Chicago, IL 60654

Interested in Sponsoring?  Contact Rose Olea at rolea@indoamerican.org or call 773-973-4444 X108.

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About the Organization

The Indo American Center (IAC) addresses the needs of South Asian immigrants as well as people from more than twenty nations the world over. IAC provides services that facilitate their adjustment, integration, and friendship with the wider society, nurture their sense of community, and foster appreciation for the diversity of culture and heritage.

The Indo-American Center (IAC) was founded in 1990 by a group of Indian immigrants in response to the needs of Chicago’s growing South Asian immigrant population. The founders of IAC were individuals who had worked hard to attain success in America, and they were driven by the desire to help others adjust to a new country far from home.

IAC’s genesis was in a one-room office which focused on immigration assistance. Clients reflected the diversity of Chicago’s North Side immigrant populations—from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. Over time the agency’s geographic reach expanded to serve people from the entire Chicagoland region, representing more than twenty nationalities from all over the...

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