Abuwala Parsi Infirmary, Navsari

Elders have held our hand at the time of our Sunrise now its our Turn to hold theirs at their Sunset.
Abuwala Parsi Infirmary, Navsari serves the elders of our Parsi Community standing besides them in their times of sunset.
Courtesy : Maneck Bhujwala

Share some warmth on MLK Jr. Day

Put your gently used business wear to good use
MLK Day clothing drive in support of Friendship Place

The  SGI-USA Washington DC Buddhist Culture Center and the Washington National Cathedral are partnering again this year to help homeless families in our area.
When is it?
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 19, 2015

From 8 AM until 2 PM

What should I bring?
We especially need gently used business wear.
  • adult coats
  • clothing appropriate for job interviews
  • other warm clothing
Where do I bring it?
3417 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20007
Volunteers will gladly unload your car, and donation forms are available.
Clothing will be donated to Friendship Place/Community Council for the Homeless ,and other community agencies. 
DC CC Logo
Nat Cathedral logo


Can u Imagine ?

Directed by Beheroze Shroff

 OM Creations
Sponsored by THE J.R.D. TATA TRUST

Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy 150th Death Anniversary Medical Scheme for Parsee Senior Citizens

Applications are once again invited from Parsi & Irani Zoroastrians residing in Mumbai. Pune, Udvada, Valsad, Naysari and Surat, who are above 65 years old (as on 1 January. 2015). and whose personal income is below Rs 1.50 lakhs per annum. Persons already enrolled and presently covered under this Scheme, and those who do not meet the above mentioned criteria need not apply.

After careful scrutiny and personal interviews, deserving persons shall be selected on the basis of age, income, family support, medical history, etc. Selected persons shall be entitled to receive reimbursement of medical expenses up to a maximum of Rupees Fifty thousand (Rs 50,000 per annum).

Application Forms may be collected (at Rs 20/- each) between – 31′ December 2014 (between 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. only) from any of the following centres

  1. Sir J J Charity Fund, Kalpataru Heritage, 5th Floor, 127, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Mumbai 400 001.

  2. Sir J J Agiary, 826, Dastur Meher Road, Pune 411 001. 3. Sir J J Dharamshala, Sea View Street, Udvada, 396 180,

  3. Sett R J J High School (Eng Med), Tithal Road, Valsad 396 001.

  4. Jamshed Baug, Sir J J Marg, Charpool, Naysari 396 445.

  5. Surat Parsi Punchayat, Dr J Lashkari Road, Shahpore, Surat 395 003.
    Application Forms, duly completed with all necessary supporting attachments, should be submitted by Courier / Registered Post to Sir J J Charity Fund, at the address mentioned (at Sr. No. 1) above, on or before 31st Jan. 2015.

Mumbai , 28th November 2014

Chairman, Sir J J Charity Fund

Vesu Agiary – Appeal to Professionals

Vesu (originally Village Vesu) is a flourishing suburb of Surat with a functioning Agiary and has its own resident panthaki. Although the number of Zarthusti families living in the village has been slowly declining, the number of Zarthustis staying in the surrounding areas and using the Agiary is growing.

The Agiary is close to a hundred years old and inspite of all the efforts of the trustees and well wishers, over the years the structure has gone weak and in need of major repair. A local family has pledged a decent sum for the repair / renovation of the agiary and is requesting the assistance of philanthropically inclined Zarthusti professionals to come forward and be a part of the team to take the project forward.

We need a company or individuals qualified in civil construction work to assess the work required and offer their services (own &/or company) to take this project to the next level.

Please urgently contact Sorab Vesuna <sorabvesuna@gmail.com>

Medical Aid Assistance Sought

Pls help Navzad as it maybe a cure for other hopefuls too.
To all my family and friends around the world,
The members of the Australian Zoroastrian Association are joining forces to urgently raise funds to support the Engineer family in Sydney.
Navzad Engineer has been undergoing treatment for brain tumours over the past few years, and as part of ongoing treatment, has been recommended a new medication available in the US at a cost of $20,00 every three weeks, in addition to ongoing expenses.
This treatment is not subsidised by the Australian government, and both his parents are now full-time carers for their son as he requires round-the-clock care. As such, the family is under huge emotional and financial distress. It would be much appreciated if you could please spread the word and donate generously. Bank details are as follows:

Financial Institution: ANZ Bank
Account Number: 012266 198912143
Account Name: Mr & Mrs V Engineer
I would request all to forward these details as someone can surely help.
Thank you
Regards Daulat Dolly Shahlori J..P.
Courtesy: Daulat- Dolly Shahlori <shahlori@xtra.co.nz>

Tatas spent Rs 1k cr on corporate social responsibility activities in FY14

CaptureIn what could be the highest CSR spend by anIndian conglomerate, the Tata Group spent Rs 1,000 crore oncorporate social responsibility (CSR) in 2013-14. If one were to exclude the salt-to-software enterprise’s philanthropic trusts, the Tata Group companies spent Rs 660 crore on CSR in the just ended fiscal. The diversified Indian multinational’s CSR spend was well above 2% of its net profit, a minimum requirement for an Indian company under the Companies Act.

A significant amount of the total CSR spend by the Tata Group has gone into skill development, health and education, with Tata Steel emerging as the biggest spender within the group. Among other Indian conglomerates, the $40-billion Aditya Birla Group spent Rs 200 crore on CSR in fiscal 2014, which is a little over 2% of the net profit from India.

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