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YPS 2010 fundraiser: YPS 2010 fundraiser

Tuesday, July 06, 2010 5:06 PM | Deleted user
Young Physician's Society - Pratham Gettogether

The Young Physician's Society of the Indian Medical Association of New England is making great strides in following in the footsteps of their mentor senior physicians.  As the oldest Indian Medical Association in the country, founded in 1978, IMANE has a strong history of charitable work including free clinics, fundraisers and support for charitable organizations.  The younger generation is to be commended for their recent very successful fundraiser event held to support Pratham, one of the largest non profit organizations in India, dedicated to the education of underprivileged children between three and fourteen years old.
On Thursday May 20th, YPS-IMANE, Pratham members and their guests enjoyed an evening of cocktails, mingling, a fine dinner and entertainment at  the Zagat best rated restaurant Tamarind Bay in Brookline. The event was organized by Sameer Kapasi, the YPS chair and Sucheta Doshi, secretary of IMANE.  They worked closely with Pratham board members Aditi Sahani and Vikas Sekhri to ensure the event went smoothly.  All enjoyed the great entertainment act featuring Brownstar Revolution.
The restaurant was packed full with a young, well dressed, vibrating crowd as well as members of IMANE. The current president of IMANE Dr. Geeta Trivedi was joined by past presidents Drs. Nasir Khan, Manorama Mathur and Chander Kapasi and members of the executive committee to support the event.  They all congratulated the young physicians for holding this fundraiser for a noble cause in spite of their busy schedules and family responsibilities. Dr. Geeta Trivedi also announced a special deal on IMANE membership.

Sameer Kapasi, YPS chair, is also on the IT Committee of AAPI and patron member of AAPI Charitable Foundation. Sucheta Doshi is on the Preventive Health Committee of AAPI. They combined their social and professional network for this great cause of raising money for the needy. They also successfully campaigned for making new members for IMANE and AAPI. Kudos to all of them!

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