American Coalition for Filipino Veterans Inc
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Their mission is to implement promptly the Filipino Veteran Equity Compensation Law and to pass family reunification bill for priority immigration visas for veteran's childern.
Asian Coalition of Tallahasee
P.O Box 15532
Tallahassee, FL 32317
Their mission is to solicit active participation and support from Asian communities and other interested parties in Asian affairs, to enhance cultural, social, and economic ties among Asians and Americans, to actively support charitable, educational and humanitarian causes, to advocate for Asian issues and interests, to participate in community activities to promote Asian awareness.
Association of Indian in America
2298 NW 56th Street
Boca Raton, FL-33496
Tel: (123) 456-7890
AIA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that spans the tri-county (Broward, Dade and Palm Beach counties) area. Their mission is to concern itself with the social welfare of Indians in the United States, to facilitate involvement of the members of the Association of Indians in American and others in America community life through Charitable, Educational and cultural activities.
Asian American Federation of Florida
659 125th Street
North Miami, FL 33161
Tel: (305) 235-5120
Fax: (305) 278-8775
The Asian American Federation of Florida (AAFF) is a 501(c)(3) coalition that aims to unity and collaboration among the various Asian Pacific American organizations and to improve the relationship of a culturally diverse Asian Pacific American community in Florida.
Asian American Chamber of Commerce
3201 E. Colonial Dr., Ste. A-20,
Orlando, FL 32803
Tel: (407) 385-5442
The Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida is a Section 501(c)(6) non-profit organization and incorporated in Florida since 1986. Their mission is to provide leadership, support and encouragement to the Asian American business community of Greater Orlando so that their members may prosper and grow.
Asian American Heritage Council of Florida
716 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida 32803
Tel: (407) 648-0880
The Asian American Heritage Council, also known as AAHC, is an organization of Asian American organizations in Central Florida – groups ranging from social, cultural, business, religious, educational, professional, to health & fitness and diversity networks.
Asia -Fest Tampa Bay
1101 Channelside Drive,
Tampa, FL 33602
The Asian American Coalition of Florida is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1982 with the mission to promote understanding of Asian culture, to narrow the gap between the East and the West, to preserve Asian heritage and culture for future generations, and to contribute and work in harmony to maintain this great nation of multicultural heritage.
Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida
1525 Pennsylvania Ave
Miami, FL 33139
Tel: (215) 400-1325
APABA was formed in 2003 over concerns about the lack of any organization in South Florida dedicated to the legal interests of the Asian Pacific American community.
Bangladesh American Chamber of Commerce Florida
2716 NE 27th CIR
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Tel: 954- 818- 2970
Fax: 954- 972- 1108
The Bangladesh American Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit corporation and affiliate of the Association of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce that is committed to the creation of Trade opportunities and strenghtening the regional, national and industrial commercial relationships between the United States and Bangladesh. Their mission is to empower its members to create and promote trade while strenghtening economic and cultural opportunities between Bangladesh and the United States.
Bengali Association of South Florida
PO Box 550076
Davie, Florida 33355
The Bengali Association of South Florida (BASFL) is a non-profit, socio cultural organization that was founded by the BEngali community in South Florida. Their goal is to infuse their rich cultural heritage into the vibrant local community, and to showcas the tradition and depth of Indian culture to foster better understanding and appreciation. Their annual event features top notch vocal, instrumental or performing arts talent from india, that helps them fulfill their core mission values.
Bengali Society of Greater Tempa Bay ( Soikot)
1217 Nashville Dr,
Wesley chapel, FL 335441217
Sikot is a non-profit organization devoted to celebration of Bengal's rich cultural heritage. Their missionis to celebrate Bengali religious and cultural festivals, to teach written and spoken Bengali, particularly for children, as well as the history, cultural values and traditions of Bengal, collect and disseminate learning materials, and contribute towards the general uplift of the lives of the impoverished people of Bengal, other Bengali/Indian communities all over the world and provide humanitarian assistance in case of need.
Big Bend Filipino-American Association
P.O Box 227
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Their mission is to promote fellowship among members, support charitable, educational and humanitarian causes, and develop closer cultural, social, and economic ties between Filipinos and Americans, and between our organization and the community at large serving Tallahassee, Florida and the Big Bend Area (Florida).
Chinese American Association of Central Florida(CAACF)
The mission of Chinese American Association of Central Florida(CAACF) is to promote the Chinese language education and preserve the Chinese culture in the central Florida region. CAACF is a non-profit organization founded in 1969 in Orlando, Florida. The Chinese School and The Dance Troupe were established in 1980, and the CHARGE Dragon Boat team was launched in 2010.
Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Tampa Bay
Their mission is to promote business and economic development with a primary focus on Tampa Bay and Greater China region, to preserve Chinese culture, and to encourage civic responsibility.
Coral Springs Chinese Cultural Association
8343 W. Atlantic Blvd.,
Coral Springs, FL 33071
Their mission is to provide an opportunity for other ethnic groups to appreciate the Chinese culture, to promote cultural exchanges among ethnic groups, to sponsor special cultural events in conjunction with other cultural and civic groups, to operate a Chinese school, to operate a Chinese library, to operate a community center where people can congregate and exchange knowledge and culture, to provide calligraphy, brush painting, language, SAT math, table tennis, Tai Chi lessons, and computer hardware/software classes.
Federation of Indian Association of Tampa Bay Inc
PO Box: 342609
Tampa, FL 33694
Federation of Indian Associations of Tampa Bay is an umbrella organization currently representing thirty six different Indian organizations in the greater Tampa Bay area. Their mission is to celebrate their common culture and provide "service to the community." It is service to the Indian community as well as to the TAmpa Bay community.
Filipino American Association of Brevard County
P.O Box 372051
Satellite Beach, FL 32937
Tel: (321) 208-0036
The Filipino American Association of Brevard County (FAABCO) was founded in 1974 by a group of military personnel and their spouses from Patrick Air Force Base, Cocoa Beach, Florida. FAABCO has hundreds of active members of diverse origins and backgrounds, having the common goal of sharing and preserving Filipino cultural heritage. The organization serves as a forum and outlet for keeping rich Philippine traditions and culture alive.
Filipino-American Association of Pensacola
234 W. Oakfield Road
Pensacola, FL 32503
This is a place where Filipino-Americans and their families can share our culture with the community.
Florida Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, inc
2112 Constitution Blvd.,
Sarasota, Florida 34231
Their mission is to bring the young and experienced Physicians of Indian Origin in Florida together to facilitate teh exchange of constructive ideas, in order to better serve humanity, to organize CME's/ educational activities regularly for its members, to assist practicing Florida Physicians in maintaining their professional licenses, to hold charity events to lend a helping hand to the people in time of their need, both locally and internationally, to showcase Indian cultural heritage and its everlasting values in the community they live in.
Florida China Association
P.O. Box 226647
Miami, FL 33222-6647
Florida-China Association, Inc. (FCA) is Florida's leading private, non-profit oganization dedicated to the promotion of business, economic, educational, cultural, and broad friendship ties between Florida and China. Founded in 2003 and based in Miami.
Florida-China Chamber of Commerce
7200 NW 19th Street
Miami, FL 33126
Their mission is to facilitate networking between professionals in various industries who have a common interest, to present programs of interest and value to members, providing a better understanding of developments in Greater China, to act as a clearinghouse for information on trade and investment opportunities between Florida and Greater China, to promote understanding of Greater China in the United States and international business community.
Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association
PO BOX 2652,
Orlando, Florida 32802
GOAABA is a voluntary, non-profit organization which represents the interests of Asian American attorneys, law students and other legal professionals in the Greater Orlando area. The mission of GOAABA is to represent and advocate the interests of the Asian Pacific American community of the Greater Orlando, Florida area; to encourage and promote the professional growth of the members of the Association; to facilitate client referrals and to broaden professional opportunities for Asian Pacific American attorneys; to foster the exchange of ideas and information among and between the members of the Association and other members of the legal profession, the judiciary and the legal community; and to coordinate legal services to Asian Pacific American communities in the Greater Orlando area.
Gulfcoast Chinese American Association
325 Herons Run #818
Sarasota, FL 34232
GCAA (the Gulfcoast Chinese-American Association) is a non-profit charitable (IRS certified 501 c3) organization whose mission is to provide educational, cultural service and charitable support to their community. Their members include hundreds of Chinese American families, American families with children from China (FCC), members of the US-China Peoples Friendship Association (USCPFA), and Americans at large who desire friendship with and cultural understanding of American Chinese and China.
Gujarati Samaj of North East Florida
Gujarati Samaj Of Northeast Florida was formed in 1985 in the beautiful city of Jacksonville in the Sunshine State of Florida. Every year Gujarati Samaj celebrates Navaratri, Diwali and a picnic and also brings in Gujarati plays from India.
Gujarati Society of Central Florida
Tel: 407- 580- 6622
Their mission is to preserve the cultural and linguistic heritage for upcoming and future generations of the Gujarati Community by creating a perpetual identity involving children, youth, women and seniors through a sense of belonging with social, cultural and educational activities.
Hong Kong Association of Florida
Two Biscayne Boulevard Suite 1900
Miami, FL 33131
Tel: 305- 482- 8434
Fax: 305- 448- 4611
The Hong Kong Association of Florida, Inc. (HKAFL) is a non-profit organization established in July 2012 to promote trade, business and investment between Hong Kong, China, Florida and Latin America. Their mission is to promote cross-border exchanges of trade, business and investment between the two regions; as well as to offer unique networking opportunities for the region’s business communities.
India Association of Tallahassee
PO Box. 12111
Tallahassee, FL 32317-2111
India Association of Tallahassee (IATLH) is a Florida non-profit organization (FEIN # 59-3521114) devoted to promoting the cultural, social, and educational activities of people from India. It was formed in 1997 to allow Indian Americans living in and around Tallahassee to get together and celebrate various cultural and educational festivals and to promote and propagate the rich and diverse customs and art forms of India.
Indian Horizon of Florida Inc
2591 W Orange Blossom Trl
Apopka, Florida 32712
Indian Horizon of Florida Inc is in the media of Radio and TV promoting the local talent who perform for them in many festivals in Central Florida area. They promote Diwali Mela Orlando Largests Holi Festival, and many other programs. Their mission is to raise funds and build performance cultural center in Central Florida.
Indo-US Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 20232
Tampa, FL 33622-0232
Tel: (813) 230-7794
Their mission is to provide an active forum in which Asian American professionals and business owners can communicate, interact, and secure a position within the business industry and become a source of inspiration by promoting professionalism and excellence through education and community involvement.
Jacksonville Tamil Mandram
The purpose of this association is to promote interaction of Tamil community, to uphold its values and culture and to promote the awareness of the breadth, the depth and the richness of the various literature in Tamil.
Japan-America Society of Northwest Florida
P.O Box 933
Gulf Breeze, FL 32562
The Japan-America Society of Northwest Florida, Inc. (JAS of NWFL) is a private, non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)3 organization, with membership consisting of both individuals and interested organizations. The Society's mission is to work toward fostering and promoting stronger ties of friendship and understanding between the U.S. and Japan.
Japan Association of Orlando
8645 Commodity Cir #100
Orlando, FL 32819
Tel: 407- 351- 9999
JAO is a non-profit, public charity organized as a Section 501(c)(3) organization and is known for hosting“Orlando Japan Festival”for many years. The Festival showcases a wide variety of Japanese performing arts, attractions and vendor booths and has grown to be one of the largest Asian cultural events in the area.
Khmer Youth Association of Florida
The Khmer Youth Association of Florida promotes awareness of Khmer culture and encourages all members to preserve the history of Cambodia for future generations. The Khmer Youth Association of Florida promotes awareness of Khmer culture and encourages all members to preserve the history of Cambodia for future generations.
Muthamizh Sangam of Central Florida
8430 Waialae Ct
Orlando, FL 32819
Muthamizh Sangam of Central Florida (MSCF) is a non-profit organization devoted to the awareness and promotion of Tamil Culture in Central Florida. The organization was founded in 1987 by a handful of dedicated Tamil families with a vision to bring together all other Tamil families who migrate into the Central Florida region, celebrate all Tamil and Indian festivities with the same cultural and traditional finesse of their motherland.
Naples Asian Professionals Association (NAPA)
P.O. Box 413005, PMB#4
Naples, Florida 34101-3005
Naples Asian Professionals is a non-profit organization that provides leadership in connecting Asian professioanls and the broader community of economic, social and intellectual enrichment.
National Asian American PAC FL
80-20 National Asian Americans PAC-FL
3832-10 Baymeadows Road, Unit #134
Jacksonville, FL 32217
NAAPAC is a national, non-partisan cyberspace political organization dedicated to working for equality and justice for all Asian Americans. Their mission is to win equal justice and opportunity for all Asian Pacific Americans.
Night of Asia
Tel: 904-571- 4459
Their mission is to empower our unified Asian American community to enrich the diversity and quality of life by building awareness of Asian culture, providing support and fostering strong relationships within Northeast Florida.
Orlando Regional United Malayalee
7742 Silvertree TRL # 203
Orlando, Florida 32822
Orlando Regional United Malayalee Association, ORUMA, is a nonprofit, cultural fraternity of people from Kerala, the southern most state of India, who are otherwise known as Malayalees. It is their mission to address and represent the Malayalee Community on all issues pertaining to them either as group or individuals. On the other hand, ORUMA"s mission is to bring hope to our children through education, faith, love and a clear vision for a bright future too. They are a charitable organization as well that provides education nd a shelter to those who may need it in Kerala, back home.
Philippine American Cultural Foundation of Florida
5154 SW 16th Ave,
Okeechobee, Florida 34974
The Philippine-American Cultural Foundation of Florida, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization. The Philippine-American Cultural Foundation of Florida, Inc. (PACFF) was formed to promote cross-cultural literacy, communication, appreciation and better understanding of contributions by Filipinos to art, history, and culture.
Philipine American Society Incorporated
P.O Box 221554
West Palm Beach, Fl
The Philippine American Society, Inc. (PAS) is a Tax-exempt 501 (c ) (3) non-profit organization of Palm Beach County whose mission is to promote the Filipino heritage, culture and traditions to Filipino-Americans future generations and to people of all cultures.
Philipine Cultural Foundation
14301 Nine Eagles Dr,
Tampa, Florida 33626
Tel: (813) 925-1232
The Philippine Cultural Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization in Tampa, Florida. Their mission is to preserve and present the Philippine heritage and culture as our legacy to future generations and our contribution to the diversity of this region and the State of Florida.
REACH of Central Florida
The Mission of REACH is to promote the Recognition and Experience of Asian Cultural Heritage by reaching out to the Central Florida community. REACH provides many wonderful programs to foster young leaders in the Central Florida community.
Sahara of South Florida
10290 North East 2nd Ave
Miami Shores, Florida, 33138
Tel: (866) 567-7635
Sahara is a Miami-based organization working to combat domestic violence in the Asian communities of South Florida, and to provide support for Asian Women in distress.
South Asian Bar Association of Florida
SABA Florida is a local chapter of the North American South Asian Bar Association (NASABA), which is the umbrella organization for the local SABA groups throughout the United States and Canada. SABA Florida is organized as a Florida non-profit corporation and is tax-exempt pursuant to Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code.
South Florida Tamil Sangam
761 SW 190th Av
Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
South Florida Tamil Sangam(SFTS) is a non-profit 501(c)3 Organization of Tamil speaking community spanning Broward, Miami-Dade and PalmBeach counties of FL. Their mission is to foster fraternity among the Tamil Speaking community living in South Florida.To create and promote interest and knowledge of Tamil language and culture in the community, by organizing educational, literary, cultural, social and charitable activities in a non-partisan, secular and non-political manner strictly conforming to the laws of the country.
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Miami
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Miami (or TCCM) is a not-for-profile organization that bridges the local and Taiwan business groups for exchanging the business interests and that serves the local Taiwanese business persons. Their mission is to promote cooperation and understanding of multi-cultures for peace and prosperity.
Telugu Association of Florida
5509 Lynn Road
Tampa, Florida 33624
TAF was formed in 1997 by several volunteers who shared the dream of promoting the Telugu language, art, and cultural heritage of the people in the Tampa Bay area and other parts of Florida. Since 1997, TAF has grown steadily and has been serving more than 500 families.
Telugu Association of South Florida
Telugu Association of South Florida is a non-profit organization that celebrates Telugu culture in South Florida. Their mission is to be socially active in the South Florida community and promote cultural, literary, educational, and sporting vents.
5 W Forsyth Suite 200
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Tel: (347) 708-3466
UDION Foundation (UF) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under IRS title 26 of the United States Code and Bangladesh Society act of XXI of 1860, was founded in June 2010. UDION mission is to implement perpetual solutions to End the cycle of Poverty, Hunger, Illiteracy and Social Injustice.
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