Indo-American Community Federation (IACF-USA) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law of California for charitable purposes. Jeevan Zutshi of Fremont, California founded it in 1994. He saw a need for Indo-Americans to get involved in mainstream America by working on issues affecting them in their adopted land.

The purpose of the non-profit is to bring entire diversity together to address serious issues facing the community at large; promote understanding and positive relations through seminars and conventions; provide financial assistance to needy and deserving individuals. IACF-USA is committed to serve the entire community by promoting Unity in Diversity by celebrating diversity through its Annual Unity Dinner events. Tax ID Number: 94-3304171


Recent Recognition

March 2013: Jeevan Zutshi was honord with a resolution by State Senator Ellen Corbett

October 2011: The 2011 Unity Award by the State of California Legislature was awarded to Jeevan Zutshi, Founder of the IACF, and Western Area Coordinator of the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO).

September, 2012: Jeevan Zutshi was selected by a panel of community judges to receive the 2012 City of Fremont Human Resource Commission award for promoting inter-cultural affairs.







The 14th Annual Unity Dinner 2015

Unity through Diversity

Indo-American Community Federationís (IACF) 14th Annual Unity Dinner will be held on Friday, March 20 at India Community Center in Milpitas. IACF was founded in 1994 as the first Indo-American organization to build bridges with mainstream organizations, diverse leadership, think tanks and public officials. Unity Dinner is celebrated to promote understanding and unity in diversity.

The event will be hosted at

Friday March 20, 2015

India Community Center

525 Los Coches St, Milpitas, CA 95035

Join honored guests and public officials for sumptuous Indian food and host bar. Our keynote speaker is Russell Hancock, president and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, a prime advocate for regional government and economic cooperation.

Honored guests include Congressman Mike Honda; Congressman Ami Berra, California State Treasurer John Chiang, Consulate General of India Hon. Sri. Venkatesan Ashok; California State Controller Hon. Betty T.Yee; State Senator, Assembly members, Mayors and City Council members from surrounding cities.

You may purchase tickets at www.indocommunity.us by clicking "Donate." Individual: $80, Table of ten: $800, VIP Table of ten: $1,000


View photo album from 2014 event

View Video from 2014 event