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EID MILAN DINNER / ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM 2013
August 17, Saturday, 6:30 PM.
Montgomery County Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, MD

Upcoming Events
 

AIM Iftar and Fundraising


Sunday, June 12, 2016
6:30 pm
Kilmer Middle School
8100 Wolftrap Road, Vienna, VA 22182

AIM Eid Milan


Saturday, July 23, 2016
6:30 pm
Kilmer Middle School
8100 Wolftrap Road, Vienna, VA 22182
Entertainment by: Dr.Parteep Sathe (DoorDarshan and AIR performed artist)
   
 
   
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Highlights of Recent Major Accomplishments.

RELIEF and REHABILITATION PROGRAM

A program to provide relief & rehabilitation to Muslim victims of sectarian violence and natural disasters in India. Help is channeled through existing Muslim charities, orphanages etc in India.

1987: The AIM Relief and Rehabilitation Fund established to help the needy Muslims in India.

1991: Organized a fundraising dinner, collected $15,000 in donations and distributed them to victims of communal riots in various Indian cities.

1998: Raised and distributed relief funds ($4,000) for the victims of cyclones in Orissa and Gujarat.

1999: Raised and distributed relief funds ($4,000) for the victims of the massacres in Kosovo.

2001: Raised and distributed relief funds ($20,000) for the victims of the earthquake in Gujarat.

2002 / 2003 : The Gujarat genocide: In the aftermath of the massacre of Muslims in Gujarat, organized fundraising events in several cities in Eastern US, collected about $200,000, and distributed the money to the victims in Gujarat through several charitable organizations. The funds were utilized to build a very large number of houses and re-build damaged houses for the thousands of victims of the 2002 genocide of Muslims in Gujarat.

2005 : Tsunami disaster: AIM raised and provided $25,000 in relief help to victims of the Tsunami disaster in Tamil Nadu and Kerala through Muslim Service Society in Calicut to rebuild houses.

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