Miami Association of Indian
Americans for Culture and Arts
Dear MAIACA Patrons,
As we continue to deal with the effects of the pandemic, MAIACA is looking for ways to bring you quality programming that brings our community together and is relevant to our times.
We have put together a list of resources to help get through these tough times. They are grouped into the following sections:
Philanthropy for the Soul - How You Can Help The Community
Entertainment to Feed Your Mind - Stay Positive & Connected, Keep Laughing & Moving
Do-It-Yourselves (DIYs) to keep you smiling and looking good
Indian Entertainment Brought to You - Music, Video, Book, TV Series Recommendations & "I for India"
We will be periodically updating this list, so check back regularly.
You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any of your thoughts and suggestions.
Stay positive and safe.
Philanthropy for the Soul
How You Can Help the Community
Joshua's Heart, started by Joshua when he was only 4 ½ years old, provides healthy, nutritious food to families in need. With so many families in need since the COVID-19 outbreak, Joshua’s Heart has redoubled its efforts, especially with transportation services to food distribution centers. Learn more about and donate to their cause by clicking the link below.
Camillus House serves the needs of the hungry and homeless. With the COVID-19 outbreak, this vulnerable population has been hit especially hard. Read about this amazing organization and its efforts by clicking the link below.
The Miami Foundation
An umbrella organization supporting the efforts of multiple non-profits within our community, the Miami Foundation has compiled a list to help Greater Miami residents, non-profits, and small businesses connect to helpful resources to assist those most affected by the pandemic. Their website is updated regularly with valuable funding opportunities, ways to give, and resources for residents.
Lotus House Shelter
Help out by dropping off essential supplies that many do not have access to such as
Bars of soap
2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner
Bottles of water
Paper plates & cups
Open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 217 NW 15th St. Overtown
Entertainment to Feed Your Mind
Stay Positive & Connected, Keep Laughing & Moving
Making Virtual Moves – Dr. Raj & Angelica
Join MAIACA's in-house doctor, Niraj Mehta, on Fridays and Saturdays to learn some Bollywood moves that are sure to keep you active and entertained.
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m
Comedy Zoom Room – Zarna Garg
If it's true that "Laughter is the best medicine," then let the healing begin! Invite the award-winning stand-up comedian Zarna Garg to your next Zoom party or check out her clips online by clicking on the website below! You will love it!
Do-It-Yourselves (DIYs) to Keep You Smiling and Looking Good
Quick & Easy Home Haircut Tutorial
DIY Eyebrows and Upper Lip: Geeta’s tips on how to shape your own eyebrows
Indian Entertainment Brought to You
Music, Video, Book, TV Series Recommendations & "I for India"
Music for the Soul
Live on Instagram & Facebook - Friday nights
Tribute Videos to Two Legendary Indian Actors
Top 10 Best Irrfan Khan Movies List - Irrfan Khan Best Movies https://youtu.be/A_uOL2uoCGU
Top 10 Best Rishi Kapoor Movies List - Rishi Kapoor Best Movies
Chita Banerjee Divakaruni - Oleander Girl
Alka Joshi - The Henna Artist
Chetan Bhagat - The Girl in Room 105
Arvinda Adiga - The White Tiger
Vikram Seth - A Suitable Boy
TV Series Recommendations
Family Karma on Bravo
Special Ops on Hotstar
Family Man on Netflix
Stories by Rabindranath Tagore on Netflix
Panchayat on Prime Now
All communicated one common powerful message: "I Can, I Will, and I Must"
The virtual concert, "I for India," raised funds to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic and help all affected.
This successful initiative of director-producers Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar brought many popular Bollywood and international celebrities.