The TDF Detroit Chapter has been conducting several local charity events to serve the community where we live in.
HHFP –TDF Detroit donated $1000 towards charity to an organization called Hospitality House Food Panty(www.hhfp.org) to provide food assistance to the low-income residents of Oakland County and beyond in this unprecedented times.
Appreciations -Message from Farmington City:
"I am grateful for both the generous donation and the opportunity to meet all of you. I look forward to expanding the relationship between your organization and the City"-Sara Bowman, Mayor of Farmington
"Aravind,It was a pleasure meeting you. We are very thankful for the generous donation and will put it to good use. I am very interested in connecting with your younger members. I would love to find/recruit an Indian member of our community that is interested in public safety to potentially work on our team. Let me know what you can do. I would appreciate the efforts.All the best"-Ted Warthman,Director,Farmington Public Safety Department
Donations to host cities - Donated $3500 to three different cities where we host and celebrate our events.
Forgotten Harvest –The TDF Detroit Chapter has conducted a successful volunteering charity event on March 24, 2018 at Forgotten Harvest in Detroit.
Mr. Eric Overall – The TDF Detroit Chapter has donated $1000 to the wife of Sheriff's Deputy Mr. Eric Overall who was killed on duty
during the 2017 Thanksgiving weekend. The TDF Detroit team has given the check to the Oakland Sheriff's office and they gave it to the wife of the victim.