"Bay Area Indian restaurants have come together to help raise money to go towards the American India Foundation’s COVID relief efforts in India. On Tuesday, May 25th, 50% of our food sales will be donated back to the foundation towards their work in supporting India’s health infrastructure as well as protecting frontline workers and helping those whose lives are most disturbed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you will dine with us to support this cause that is extremely close to our hearts.
Participating restaurants include:
Amber India (San Francisco)
Amber India (Los Altos)
Amber India (San Jose)
Aurum (Los Altos)
Besharam (San Francisco)
Bhoga (San Francisco)
Broadway Masala (Redwood City)
Curry Up Now
Nature's Organic Ice Cream
New Delhi (San Francisco)
Rooh (San Francisco)
Rooh (Palo Alto)
Please contact the restaurant directly for ordering information and hours. You can also make a donation to the American Indian Foundation directly using the code DINING4INDIA.
About American India Foundation:
The American India Foundation is committed to improving the lives of India’s underprivileged, with a special focus on women, children, and youth. AIF does this through high-impact interventions in education, health, and livelihoods, because poverty is multidimensional. AIF’s unique value proposition is its broad engagement between communities, civil society, and expertise, thereby building a lasting bridge between the United States and India.
With offices in New York and California, twelve chapters across the U.S., and India operations headquartered in Delhi NCR, AIF has impacted 6.7 million lives across 26 states of India. For more information, go to https://aif.org "
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