Milan 2015 - AID LA-OC Annual Fundraising Banquet
Date: Saturday, June 20th 2015
Time: 6 PM to 9 PM
Venue: Banquet room @ Bhimas 18972 Pioneer Blvd, Artesia, CA
RSVP by June 15th to aidlachapterATgmailDOTcom
Dress code: Formal Attire
Association for India's Development LA-OC chapter cordially invites you to "Milan 2015" held in appreciation of your help and support.

* Elegant Dinner reception to honor our Guests and their continued support.
* Hear from Srinivasan C
* Learn how your support impacts the grassroots projects undertaken by our chapter.
* Network with other like minded community members and our volunteers.

We request your gracious presence to support our key initiatives for the underprivileged in India.

Speaker Bio:

Srinivasan C, Project Director, Indian Green Servince (IGS), started his journey in environmental efforts as the only participating Indian corps member of King County World Conservation Corps, Seattle, USA in the year 1997. He is currently Tamil Nadu State Planning Commission Steering Committee Member for Solid and Liquid Resource Management. Srinivasan C has coined the term Solid and Liquid Resource management to process several by-products which otherwise if untreated is called a waste. Through his pioneering work and vision, Srinivasan is responsible for initiating SLRM projects in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya, among several other states of India. Srinivasan C’s association with Association for India’s Development dates back to his pioneering work in Vellore Hill Restoration project. This project was later adopted with his help in Payvihir Eco Village which won United Nations Development Program award in 2014. Srinivasan’s work was highlighted in popular TV series Satyamev Jayate and his work in Jodhpur was inaugurated by Mr. Aamir Khan on August 15, 2014. He coordinated the efforts with Khoj in Melghat to construct Maharashtra’s biggest community biogas plant with total 70 bio-digesters. Alongside, with his work in Coimbatore SLRM his next venture is SLRM centers in Ambikapur, Chattisgarh as part of Swach Ambikapur Mission.

Association for India' Development (AID) is a volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable development and social justice. We work directly and through partner organizations in creative efforts in interconnected spheres such as agriculture, energy, education, health, livelihoods, natural resources including land and water, women’s empowerment and social justice. In addition to work in local areas, we believe that systemic change is necessary to take the country on a different path of pro-people development. Therefore, AID pro-actively participates in many struggles against displacement, corruption, human rights violations and injustice, and advocacy campaigns for pro-poor policies. AID has adopted a 3-pronged approach of sangharsh, nirman, seva in our work, with all three aspects playing a critical role.


Sangharsh:Countering injustice and advocating for systemic change.
Nirman: Building people-centered sustainable development efforts.
Seva: Personal dedication and transformation.

A.I.D at a Glance:

Founded: 1991
Chapters in the US: 36
Number of Volunteers: ~1000
AID-India Chapters: 6
Projects Supported so far: 365
Ongoing Projects: ~100
Indian States with AID projects : 18
Projects Visited by AID volunteers: All

Donations to AID are tax-deductible in the USA where it is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity with federal Tax-ID 04-3652609.