BAGH, Inc.  
P.O. Box 270652
West Hartford, CT 06127- 0652 
Tel: (860) 280-4519 
They are a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Connecticut, dedicated to promoting Bengali heritage and culture in the Greater Hartford community.

Chinese Language School of Connecticut 
P.O Box 515
Riverside, Connecticut 06878
Tel: (866) 301-4906

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CLSC is committed to providing excellence in Chinese language instruction to all learners. Their mission is to enable students to learn practical communication skills and develop an appreciation for the Chinese language and culture.

Chinese Language School of Greater Hartford
c/o Trinity College
Mailbox 702540
300 Summit St.
Hartford, CT 06106
Tel: (860) 461-4507
Their mission is to provide Chinese-American families an opportunity to develop or maintain their children's skill in speaking and writing Chinese, to offer the general public an opportunity to learn Chinese, to install traditional Chinese values and promote the western idealism of freedom, democracy and equality in children, to foster a global view and cultivate an open mind in students by creating an environment where diverse cultural backgrounds and foreign languages are respected and appreciated.

Connecticut Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission 
18-20 Trinity Street, Rom 202
Hartford, CT 06106
Tel: (860) 240-0080
Fax: (860) 240-0315

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The Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission was created in 2008 by an act of the Connecticut General Assembly. Under Public Act 08-166 and subsequently amended by the September Special Session, Public Act 09-7, this 21 member bipartisan commission generally oversees matters concerning the Asian Pacific American population in Connecticut.

Philippine-American Association of Connecticut
134 Meloy Road
New Haven, CT 06461
Their mission is to foster the social and cultural heritage of the Philippine community by promoting awareness of the same amongst its members and members of the local community, to promote cooperative endeavors of communal interest to members of the organization and of the local community, to encourage its members to participate in and contribute to the affairs of the local community, to seek avenues to assist needy individuals and/or worthy causes.

Friends of the Karen People of Burma 
22 Avenue B
Lyme, CT 06371
Tel: (720) 775-4585 
Their mission is to provide scholarships to prospective students from Burma regardless of their ethnic origin, to prepare students to be able to integrate into international education system, to aim to upgrade the education system in the ethnic regions of Burma, to help maintain the culture and literature of the different ethnic nationalities of Burma, to publish materials about the struggle of the ethnic nationalities of Burma.

Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO)
PO Box 1413
Stamford, CT 06904
Tel: (203) 329-8010
Fax: (203) 322-2233
The Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) mission is to fight for human rights of the people of Indian origin. Its priorities include pooling their resources, both financial and professional, for the benefit of the People of Indian Origin.

Gujarati Association of Connecticut 
The Belvedere 70 Pond Lily Ave.
New Haven, CT 06515
Tel: (203) 676-5075 
Their mission is to preserve and promote Gujarati heritage by providing exposure and opportunity to the membership.

Hoysala Kannada Koota 
Tel: (203) 402-8455 
Hoysala Kannada Koota is a public charity under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal revenue Code. Their mission is to serve and promote the values, traditions and culture of Kannada and Karnataka.

Indian Association of Western Connecticut
17 Thorpe St. Ext
Danbury, CT 06810
Tel: (203) 450-4292 
Indian Association of Western Connecticut is a not for profit community organization serving western Connecticut. Their goal is to promote cultural awareness of India.

Japan Society of Fairfield County
1 Hobby Drive
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Tel: (203) 431-0697
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Japan Society of Fairfield County, Inc. is a private non-profit membership organization comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to building knowledge and mutual understanding between Japanese and Americans through educational, cultural and philanthropic programs.

Khmer Health Advocates
1125 New Britain Ave, Suite 202
West Hartford, CT 06110
Tel: (860) 561-3345
Fax: (860) 561-3538
Khmer Health Advocates (KHA) was founded with a mission to care for the health needs of survivors of the Mahandorai (the Cambodian holocaust), and their families. The KHA torture treatment program is one of the first programs for the torture victims in the United States. As the only Cambodian health organization in the United States, KHA provides care for people in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts, and advocates for survivors across the nation.

Milan Cultural Association, Inc
75 Ruff Circle
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Tel: (860) 657-4271 
Their mission is to bring unity in diversity of their community, to leave a legacy for their young generation about the values of their culture and heritage, to be the role model of unity in diversity for their young generation, to let the values of their culture and heritage contribute to the strength of America, and to be the productive participants in the civic and social issues of the bigger community.

Namaskaar Foundation Inc.- World On Stage 
27 Meredith Lane
Stamford, CT 06903
Tel: (203) 322-9862 
Namaskaar Foundation was founded in 1988 to promote, preserve and raise greater awareness and appreciation for the traditional performing arts and culture of India through a superior presentation of Music, Dance and Theatre from all regions of India. World on Stage is the result of an initiative started in 1999 by the Namaskaar Foundation in its continued effort to build a new audience, and share, and exchange the cultural heritage of the world by presentation of traditional Music, Dance and Theatre from around the world.

Sneha, Inc.
P.O. Box 271650
West Hartford, CT 06127-1650
Tel: (860) 537-0795
Sneha, Inc. is a Network for Women of South Asian origin and their families. We work to empower women, particularly survivors or domestic violence. Sneha provides a forum for non-formal methods of learning to deal with issues created by the lack of traditional family support, the often-lacking proficiency, as well as the unfamiliarity with the laws and services of their adopted land. 

Telugu Association of Greater Danbury 
TAGD is a non-profit cultural organization serving the Telugu community in the Greater Danbury area of Connecticut since 2006. Their mission is to preserve and promote centuries old Telugu culture amongst Greater Danbury Telugu community, to create awareness of and inspiration for grand Telugu culture amongst future Freater Danbury Telugu generation, and to carry out those objectives as a not for profit organization using all lawful means.




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