Indian American doctors donate $300,000 for NJ food bank, community center

Indian American doctors have donated $300,000 for the development of a food bank and an Indian community center

in New Jersey as part of their efforts to give it back to the community they live in.

The Monmouth Ocean County Association of Physicians of Indian Origin has donated $150,000 each for a food bank and an Indian Cultural Center in Toms River in New Jersey, a media release said Friday.

MOCAPPI, which has been able to raise over $500,000 over the years through the annual charitable galas, popular golf outings, and other events, will continue to work for the betterment of society through its impactful donations.

“It was a long-time dream of MOCAAPI members to make an impactful donation which is being fulfilled today by making a $150,000 donation to Fulfill Food Bank of Monmouth Ocean Counties and $150,000 to the Indian Cultural & Community Center to build a much-needed Community Hall in Toms River,” MOCAAPI president, Dr Avinash Gupta said. “With everyone’s participation, generosity and thanks to our past presidents’ efforts, we have been able to raise over $500,000 over the years,” he added.

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