Support ICACI's Food Donation Drive to support Knights Table and other Foodbanks in Canada
Indo-Canadian Arts & Culture initiative is a Brampton based non-profit organization that helps new immigrants, seniors, students, and others in need.
"Please share the information in your circle and neighborhood for donations and help us in collecting non-perishable food items which will be donated to the "Knights Table" Food Bank in Brampton. The collections will run until Dec 19, 2020, and then we will drop them off at the Food Bank. Let's try to make a difference in the lives of people who need it most at this time of the year", says Mokshi Virk, Director ICACI.
Mokshi Virkis a multiple Award winner Community leader, Event organizer, Speaker, Mentor, Radio and TV Host, and a Founder Director of a not-for-profit organization.
Mokshi believes in giving back to the community and she is one of the few people who are willing to walk the extra mile for the benefit of the community. A successful Real Estate Broker with IPRO Realty Ltd. Brokerage, she is already a busy woman helping her clients buy and sell the property and holding homebuyers seminars and workshops for her clients.
She has grown her business primarily through partnerships and collaborations. Her expertise is in building relationships, networking, marketing, and social media. Mokshi has built an incredible following in the South Asian community and has helped numerous people understand how to use their gifts and talents to give back to the community and find purpose in their lives.
Mokshi is the founder Director of Indo Canadian Arts Culture Initiative (ICACI), a non-profit organization hosting and celebrating the Womanhood Gala every year in March, and last year they have celebrated the 7th Annual International womens day event in Brampton in collaboration with GTA Northwest Community Health Services Inc.
This year, as a part of supporting the diverse communities in Canada, ICACI organized several Food Donation Drive and a virtual session on Emotional Wellness during COVID 19 and Back to School amid COVID 19 to help new immigrants, women, students, and seniors during the COVID 19 pandemic situation.
The group works in the areas of:
- Women empowerment
- Providing Leadership
- Support Charities and Non-profit organizations
- Building social connections
- Mentoring and helping new immigrants
- Youth empowerment
Her philanthropic activities include organizing programs and providing leadership to support various charities and non-profit organizations such as GTA Northwest Community Health services Inc., Cancer Warriors, Langar Seva, and Punjabi Business Professional Association as a volunteer member.
She has been an event convener for social and cultural events like Culture DayCelebrations Indian festivals like Holi, Lohri, and Diwali in our diverse communities. She has been a guest speaker at ACCESS Employment to share her experiences with new immigrants and speak about Role of Mentorship at Indo Canadian chamber of commerce (ICCC). She had been an active member of Business and Community organizations including a member of Brampton Board of Trade International Trade Committee and CPACT.
Building a stronger community where she lives with her family and runs her real estate business and non-profit organization is very important to her. She encourages local business networks to support the events that would enable women entrepreneurs and youth to showcase their talent and achieve excellence.
As women of today, she believes we must lead our society into a new paradigm of recognition and equal opportunities. In today's age, women work full-time contributing to the advancement of the country and humankind. She is working towards building a better world where men and women live harmoniously, free of violence, and discrimination.