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Indian Physicians Alliance Make 5th Year Contribution - Topping $200,000 in Donations

Hopkinsville’s Indian Physicians Alliance for Community Service announced donations totaling $44,600 at tonight’s City Council meeting – marking the group’s largest allocation yet to benefit the clients of local service agencies and organizations.  With the gift, the group has surpassed its pledge to raise $200,000 in five years, thereby making a tremendous positive impact on our community.

With giving spanning two mayoral terms, IPACS-supported programs have bolstered the neediest in our communities.  From public service to crisis relief, IPACS’ reach has been warm and far reaching.  IPACS member physicians and their families have also rolled up their sleeves to volunteer and assist the noble causes of Boys & Girls Club and Hopkinsville International Festival to name a few.

Alliance members include: Geeta Chavda, Sanjay Chavda, Veer Chirravuri, Kishore Desai, Ratilal Gajera, Manoj Majmudar, Deepak Patel, Ramesh Patel, Pankaj Shah, Parth Shah, Prakash Shah, Paresh Sheth, and Rao Velaga.

2016 supported organizations include:

Aaron McNeil House

Hopkinsville Fire Department

Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville-Christian Co.

Hopkinsville International Festival

Challenge House, Inc.

Hopkinsville Police Department

Christian County Animal Shelter

Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers

Christian County Sheriff’s Department

Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library

Dyslexia Association of the Pennyrile

PACS (Meals on Wheels)

Habitat for Humanity

Salvation Army & Soup Kitchen

Hopkinsville Community College Foundation

Sanctuary, Inc.