The Indian community came out in large numbers to support the Neighborhood Christian Center’s Spring Jam Event. This year the focus was on ‘visiting India’. Volunteers helped plan, prepare food,… Read more →
The Wolf River Conservancy celebrated their annual plant-a-tree day today (postponed from last week due to inclement weather). Despite the cold weather and icy wind about 300 volunteers from various… Read more →
Members from the Indian community braved the thunderstorms and flash-flooding to help volunteer at the WKNO Channel 10 (PBS) telethon from 7PM-10PM last night.We answered the phones and took pledges… Read more →
Diwali 2018 Tickets Available Online Only Friday, November 16 7PM Onwards @ The Esplanade in Cordova TN Last year we had a successful Diwali Gala and raised over $15K. All proceeds from the ticket sales and our annual allocation were given to worthy organizations and causes around Memphis including, Church Health, Memphis Police Department, DeNeuville Learning Center, Bridges Memphis, Urban Bicycle Food Ministry,… Read more →
The 12th Annual WRC Tree Planting is the largest volunteer event for the Wolf River Conservancy. Hundreds of volunteers come out each year to help plant native trees in partnership with Shelby Farms Park Conservancy and the West Tennessee Chapter of the TN Urban Forestry Council. Last year, around 300 volunteers from all over Memphis attended the annual Tree Planting event at Shelby Farms… Read more →
Hey folks – let’s make it happen for the hungry and poor in Memphis. Video Credit: WMC Action News 5
About a decade ago, a handful of people of Indian origin came together to establish this organization when they realized that together we can have a bigger impact on the lives of the people in Memphis (and nearby areas) instead of working in smaller groups. The idea was to create an avenue to give back to the community that we… Read more →
"The Indian Community fund for Greater Memphis is a local charity working to support community service programs and advocate philanthropy in the Greater Memphis area."