Karuna Charities Washington, Inc., welcomes you to join its Charity Golf Tournament and late Spring Soiree to be held on Sunday, June 5, 2022. Join us for a whole day of fun as we celebrate two events: Golf – 10:00 am onwards; Spring Soiree – 4:00 pm onwards

The events will be held at Reston National Golf Course. Address: 11875 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 20191; Phone: (703) 620-9333

The Charity Golf Tournament will begin at 10:00 am. Please arrive an hour before your Tee Times for registration and to make use of the golf range. Participation fee: $150 per golfer. Fees include: green fees, cart fees, range token, and lunch at the turn.

The format of play is: Captain’s choice/Scramble (two person teams). Competitions: 2 Longest Drive Holes (on the fairway); 2 Nearest to the Pin Holes (on green)

NOTE: *Only two riders & two bags per cart ; * Children under the age of six are not permitted on the golf course at any time; *All participants must have their own set of clubs or rent from golf club; * Players will be liable for any damage to the course, equipment, carts, person or facilities; * USGA rules govern all play; *All players must keep the pace of play.

Entry confirmation with all fees is due by May 22. Please also email 1) your full name and 2) food preference (non-veg/ veg) to ajay.kalotra@gmail.com. Space is limited, so sign up early. In case of inclement weather, we will follow the rules of the golf course for rain-checks.

The Spring Soiree: After the round of golf, please join us with your families for a fun evening with Karuna Board members and supporters at 4:00 PM. The Spring Soiree will be filled with music, singing, entertainment, and food. The event will be held at the open-air clubhouse adjacent to the golf pro shop. The ticket prices are $75 per person.

Organizations and individuals are requested to Sponsor the event. The sponsors will be acknowledged through signage at the event. Sponsors: $1,000 Platinum Sponsor; $500 Gold Sponsor; $250 Silver Sponsor

All checks should be made payable to: Karuna Charities Washington, Inc. and mailed to the attention of: Mrs. Amrit Kalotra – President, Karuna Charities – 1449 Woodhurst Blvd – Mclean VA, 22102. We thank you for your support!

Ajay S. Kalotra – Golf Coordinator – (703) 395 2661 – ajay.kalotra@gmail.com;

Amrit Kalotra – Spring Soiree – (571) 338 3175 – amritkalotra@aol.com

Karuna Board: Amrit Kalotra (President), Kanti Singh (Vice-President), Jasbir Sethi (Vice-President and Treasurer), Sujata Avasthi (Vice-President), Promila Banik (Secretary), Bina Dhir (Joint- Treasurer), Savita Malhotra (Joint-Secretary); Ambasadors: Gita Bhatia, Mara Puri, Sushma Oberoi, Jyoti Gujral, Rohini Khera, Sangita Kalotra, and Nilima Mehra

The Asian-American Inter Community Service, Inc., presented an award to Amrit Kalotra on June 9, 2018 in recognition and appreciation of excellence in visionary leadership in community and charitable services, which make a difference.

On September 9, 2015 a High Tea  was organized at Bombay Tandoor in Vienna, Virginia, for Karuna Charities Founder and Honorary Chairperson, Lekha Sreenivasan.

The National Council of Asian Indian Associations, Inc. (NCAIA) in partnership with over thirty-six community organizations representing a cross-section of the Indian-American Community organized a Republic Day Celebration on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at the George C. Marshall High School, Falls Church, Virginia.  Amrit Kalotra, president of Karuna Charities, Washington, Inc., was presented with an award in recognition of her “dedicated leadership and praiseworthy work in the service of the community”. 

The award recognizes that Karuna Charities has come a long way since it was founded by Lekha Srinivasan and flourished under the leadership of Amrit Kalotra. President of Karuna Charities, Amrit Kalotra was awarded a Certificate of Honor on June 19, 2013 by the Indian National Overseas Congress U.S.A., Washington D.C. at an awards ceremony. The award was presented by Dr. Karan Singh. Also present at the Awards Ceremony were Sujata Avasthi, Vice-President; Promila Banik, Secretary; and Rohini Khera, Ambassador at large.