Donald Trump has agreed to deliver remarks at an event hosted by the Republican Hindu Coalition next month, as he looks to expand his outreach to minority voting blocs.
The event, titled "Humanity United Against Terror," will take place in Holmdel, N.J., two days before the Republican presidential nominee is slated to meet Hillary Clinton on the debate stage in nearby Hempstead, N.Y. According to a press release, Trump will also meet with members of his campaign's Indian American Advisory Board at the event.
The coalition was formed by Shalli Kumar, an Indian-American businessman and GOP mega donor, who said last fall that the group planned to raise around $10 million to contribute to Republican congressional candidates this cycle.
The group's honorary chairman is former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a top ally and adviser to Trump, and someone who has encouraged the GOP to reach Indian-American voters through issues like national security.
Trump, who met with Hispanic leaders in New York last weekend, is also expected to hit the campaign trail in predominantly African-American areas over the next few weeks.
"We are going to bring jobs, opportunity and hope to every community in this nation," Trump told voters in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday.