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Each Life is Precious

Each Life is Precious

It would be rather difficult to not find any nonprofit organizations in the Chicagoland area. You have the likes of the Chicago Collection for the Homeless, the Lungevity Foundation, Totally Positive Productions, and much more striving to help the denizens of Chicagoland. For this blog post, however, I’ll be discussing one that is near and dear to us here at Ethnic Events: Vinod Nagubadi’s Each Life is Precious.



For those who do not know, the founder and leader of Ethnic Events is none other than Dr. Nitha Fiona Nagubadi. She is responsible for the creation of this organization, having done so in order to honor the legacy of her younger brother, Vinod.


Vinod was a certified technological whiz, having an innate knowledge of it for a very long time. His skills were so impressive that he actually created two successful websites in 1999, Geidi Prime and His astounding achievements did not end there: over the next few years, Vinod would go on to create his own IT department, receive acceptance into prestigious technical programs, and was awarded the 2004 Hero Award from the Retirement Capital Group.


He passed away peacefully in 2005, having touched the lives of his family and friends with his incredible talent and big heart.


The Mission

Each Life is Precious was created back in 2006, and its headquarters is located in Indiana. The organization’s mission is to give a voice to the voiceless, and to help those who are going through some difficult life transitions. In the fifteen years since the organization’s inception, they have collaborated with numerous other entities, such as the Valparaiso Police Department, the Valparaiso School District, the Valparaiso Family and Youth Services department, and more!


An Upcoming Event

If you wanted to attend an event that Each Life is Precious is holding, then you’re in luck! On Sunday, August 15th, there will be a Summer Fun Event. (The 12th annual event to be exact!) It will be held in the Butterfield Pavilion in Valparaiso, Indiana, from 11 AM to 4 PM.  There will be a variety of activities to do, from yoga to karaoke! Speakers will also be there, giving discussions in regards to topics such as pet care. If you are a food lover, then you’ll be satisfied, because there will be a multitude of different foods, ranging from Ethiopian to Mediterranean. (Nothing wrong with expanding your palette!)


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