To become a symbol of love and compassion to all people in need, irrespective of religious and political affiliations and to encourage humanitarian values in our young people providing them with a heritage based on collective, yet selfless thought and action.
To restore human dignity to suffering humanity. To offer an appropriate channel for those who want to respond to large scale humanitarian disaster, to promote health and welfare initiatives both in Australia and India and to ensure that every penny collected is made expendable to those affected in timely assistance
Through natural disasters or social injustice millions of people throughout the world suffer the ravages of poverty, disease and homelessness. In accordance with its lifestyle mingling God-given luxury and concord, many things are taken for granted in this continent of Australia. Luckily, we have the opportunity to work and live here and we should consider it as our duty to share a little of these blessings with our less fortunate fellow beings living elsewhere. With this belief in mind a small band of expatriate Indians formed an organisation called Australia-India-Care, or Ozindcare Inc. in short.
"We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history.- Sonia Johnson"
On the 6th of August 1995, Ummer, Lesley, Valsan and Sudhir met at 9 Broadford Street, St. Andrews and officially formed an organisation known as OZINDCARE. .
The draft copy of the constitution was completed in this meeting and the first executive committee was formed as Messrs. Ummer Kinathil, Leslie Bonney, Valsan Karayi and Sudhir David assuming the respective roles of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs Usha Gangadharan was subsequently elected as the first female executive board member.
Since its inception, Ozindcare Inc has received many applications seeking help, the charity has provided help monetarily or otherwise to the best of its ability.