NON-RESIDENT INDIAN PARENTS ASSOCIATION CHARITY PROGRAM
" 'We wouldn't want to leave our city, our lives and go to a new place in our old age. Neither would it be fair to call our children back just for us.' Generally all parents feel the same. We have consciously sent our children abroad and it is fair that we abide by our decisions."
-source:Times of India,nripaonline.com
A group of Indian seniors who’s adult children have moved out of India to live abroad gather to provide support for each other. They also work to provide charity to other seniors who are less fortunate than themselves.
The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Parents Association Charity Program brings seniors together to volunteer at local homes for the elderly, as well as pet shelters and rural education initiatives in India.
The Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Parents Association Charity Program also holds a general meetings and several area meetings where senior members can listen to guest speakers on topics such as travel, insurance, stress management, wills and estate planning, and health issues.
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