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Sewa Day, a day of pure voluntary selfless service, was celebrated by the Indian-American community for the 6th successive year with community service projects at 32 locations across the US. Hundreds of volunteers across different age-groups and backgrounds including youth and children from Sewa International and partner organisations came together between September 11 and October 16 and worked on a variety of activities to make a difference in their communities. This year saw events in new states and cities, a 60% increase in projects, and increased diversity of projects from feeding the homeless and tree planting to free immigration service sessions, and even a FIRST Robotics-connected STEM camp.
Volunteers in the Chicago area packed food for the Feed My Starving Children organisation at two separate events.
Sewa Day 2016 at Houston: Volunteers from Sewa and CRyptonite First Robotics Competition team organized a field trip for refugee children to the Robert R. Shaw STEM Center.