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ASHA-Ray of Hope is 501(C)3, non-profit, community-based organization that works with victims of domestic violence in the South Asian community.
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On line registration for 5k closes at 1pm on Friday June 12th. You can still register on Saturday June 13th between 9-9:50 am at Highbanks Metro Park. Please go to a shelter in Big Meadows Picnic Area. Call our office if you have any question (614) 326 2121. Thank you!
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Asha is completing its 11th year of service to individuals and families affected by domestic violence in the South Asian community. To meet the needs of growing number of clients Asha Ray of Hope is raising funds by hosting a cultural dance performance event by students and professionals from over 10 local schools. These local cultural centers are known for their training of next generation of performers in classical and contemporary dances unique to the South Asian region. This cultural performance will be staged at Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts on June 13, 2014, 6:30pm.
Shantha Balaswamy 614-707-6329
Safia Narvel 614-783-2558
Suvankar Sengupta 614-850-8310
Maliha Raaazi 614-893-9888
Bhagwan Satiani 614-864-2644
Tanima Das 614-561-8703
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can pay dues or donate by paypal
Annual Family Membership Dues: $35
Annual Individual Membership Dues: $25
Annual Organization Membership Dues: $100
You may also send a check to ASHA-Ray of Hope
1505 Bethel Road, Suite 103
Columbus, OH 43220
Check payable to
"ASHA-Ray of Hope"
Latest NewsMeet our new board of 2014
It's hard to talk about domestic violence for any victim/survivor, especially within South Asian Community. To create more awareness about domestic violence, a few of our brave sisters have decided to talk about it. Here is our first video in that series. The goal of this video and others to follow is to openly address domestic violence and to improve quality of life for families in our communities.