Asha for Education - Georgia Chapter
PO Box 5470
Atlanta, GA 31107
Tel: (419) 855-2742
Their mission is to provide education to underprivileged children in India, and whenever possible, other issues affecting human life such as health care, environment, socio-economic aspects and women's issues.

Asian American Hotel Owners Association
1100 Abernathy Road, Suite 1100
Atlanta, GA 30328-6707
Tel: (404) 816-5759
Fax: (404) 816-6260
AAHOA promotes and protects the interests of its members by inspiring excellence through programs and initiatives in advocacy, industry leadership, professional development, membership benefits, and community involvement.

Asian/Pacific American Council of Georgia
3510 Shallowford Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30341
The APAC of Georgia preserves and promote the awareness, understanding, and pride in the Asian American Cultural Heritage within the community through cultural activity and education.

Asian American Resource Center
3635 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite 450
Tel: (770) 242-0663
The Asian American Resource Center is a nonprofit organization founded in 1997 to serve the special needs of Asian Americans in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Supported by a small staff and dedicated volunteers; the Asian American Resource Center offers educational, social and recreational programs to serve Asian Americans of metro Atlanta.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice
P.O Box 922021
Norcross, GA 30010
Tel: (404) 585-8446 
Their mission is to protect and promote the civil, social and economic rights of Asian Americans in Georgia and the Southeast through public policy, community organizing, leadership development and legal education.

Atlanta Asian Film Festival
P.O Box 383
Suwanee, GA 30024 
Atlanta Asian Film Festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the Atlanta community about the rich diversity of Asian Pacific culture through films and movies. Our goal is to create an annual consciousness-raising celebration of Asian American cultures through educational and informative films in an entertaining context.

Atlanta Bengali Forum
710 Emory Bluff
Duluth, GA 30097 
Atlanta Bengali Forum (ABF) established in 2001 is a nonprofit cultural organization of the bengalis in Georgia and around the state of Georgia. It's goal is to foster a spirit friendship and cooperation between its members through social activities, sports events, musical gatherings, and religious festivals.

Atlanta Cricket League 
Tel: (678) 249-9ACL 
Their mission is to facilitate growth and development of the game in the community, to maintain excellence on and off the field, to uphold the spirit of the game, to reserve and promote the multicultural traditions of the league, to ensure a strong and prosperous future of the game and the organization, to develop the game among young generations, and to continue to collaborate with several charity organizations to conduct fund raising cricket tournaments.

Bangladesh Sports Federation of Georgia
Lawrenceville, GA 30045 
Bangladesh Sports Federation of Georgia is a non-profit organization committed to bring children, youth and adult of the community together through sporting & cultural events. They are to promote undervalued exciting international sports based on the interest of the community. “Play, Thrive & Live” is our slogan as they believe that a healthy body and sound mind helps flourish the life and prepare for betterment. They are also promoting leadership through sports, by guiding children and youth in the decision making process during the sporting events.

Bengali Association of Greater Atlanta
PO Box 88541
Atlanta, GA 30356 
Bengali Association of Greater Atlanta (BAGA) is a nonprofit organization under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) that strives to promote and sustain cultural, charitable, educational, and literary activities on behalf of the Bengali community of greater Atlanta throughout the South eastern part of the United States. 

Bhutanese Community Association of Georgia
Bhutanese Community Association of Georgia was created to bring Bhutanese people together and carry forward the tradition of Bhutan.

Brahmin Samaj of Georgia
PO Box 80162
Atlanta, GA 30362
Tel/ Fax: (770) 662- 8628 
The Brahmin Samaj of Georgia, Inc. is a registered non-profit organization. It is engaged in promoting friendship and cohesiveness among all the Brahmin members of the state of Georgia. The eventful goal of  The Brahmin Samaj of Georgia, Inc. is to study and resolve social needs of youths; and to preserve and promote Indian and Brahmin heritage and culture for future generations.

Cambodian-American Association of Georgia
P.O. Box 965852
Marietta, GA 30066
Cambodian-American Association of Georgia (C.A.A.G.) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. C.A.A.G. goals are to focus on promoting cultural awareness and fostering communication within the Asian American Community in the state of Georgia. C.A.A.G aims to be the resource to all ethnic origins native to Cambodia or has ties to the Cambodian culture and heritage, by organizing and sponsoring education, youth development, health, social activities and preservation of Khmer Heritage.

Carnatic Music Association of Georgia
6011, Rocky Shoals Court
Tucker, GA 30084
Tel: (770) 493-6534 
CAMAGA is a nonprofit organization with an objective to encourage and promote the growth of Carnatic Music in Georgia.

Center for Pan Asian Community Service
3510 Shallowford Road
NE, Atlanta, GA 30341
Tel: (770) 936-0969
Fax: (770) 458-9377
CPACS' mission is to create and deliver culturally competent and comprehensive social and health services to counteract problems faced by immigrants, refugees, and racial-ethnic minorities.  Many of CPACS programs are based on the principle of targeting women, children and families.

Filipino-American Association of Greater Atlanta
The Filipino-American Association of Greater Atlanta, Inc. is a sociocultural and service organization dedicated to the cultivation and promotion of Filipino heritage.

Global Indian Business Council
301 North Central Ave., Suite 218
Hapeville, GA 30354
Tel: (770) 664-8779 
Their mission is to articulate vision through education, encouragement and promotion, to generate facts for effective policies and equal opportunities, to create collaborative platforms for technology transfer and joint research, to advocate the cause of sustainable growth in India through multinational corporations, international funding agencies and governmental sector to further, to promote direct bilateral trade and commerce between India and other countries around the world, to organize, network, and facilitate events to further relevant knowledge and information.

Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association
2400 Century Parkway, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30345
Tel: (404) 788-6398
GAPABA represents and advocates the interests of Asian Pacific American lawyers and the legal professions; encouraging and promoting the professional growth of Asian Pacific American lawyers and other members of the legal profession. GAPABA broadens supports and provides opportunities for members of the legal profession to enhance their abilities. 

Georgia Association of Physicians of Indian Heritage 
Their mission is to promote scientific, educational, civic and professional activities, to provide a forum for sharing information of common interest, to act as a liaison between various professional organizations in USA and India.

Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce 
7742 Spalding Dr., #209
Atlanta, GA 30092
Tel: (678) 871-0118
The Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce seeks to contribute to the development and improvement of economic, commercial and financial relations between India and the Southeastern United States, particularly the State of Georgia. 

Greater Atlanta Malayaee Association 
P.O Box 490332
Lawrencewille, GA 30049 
The organization promotes and spreads the cultural, social and religious heritage of Kerala among the younger generation. They have a common goal to create a united Malayalee community.

Greater Atlanta Tamil Sangam 
6050 Peachtree Pkwy, Suite 240-253
Norcross, GA 30092-3336
Tel: (678) 757-GATA
Greater Atlanta Tamil Sangam (GATS) is a nonprofit Organization tax exempt, 501(c), organization. GATS strives to raise, solicit, collect, and dispurse funds and donations for charities, cultural, educational, and humanitarian purposes, either directly or in cooperation with other registered non-profit organizations in the U.S.A and abroad.

Greater Atlanta Telugu Association 
1095 Downyshire Dr
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
Tel: (770) 598-4765 
GATA is a nonprofit organization serving the Telugu speaking community living in and around Greater Atlanta Area. Their mission is to provide a platform for the community to showcase talent, to facilitate networking among different groups for mutual help as needed in the areas of education jobs, training, parenting, etc.

Gujarati Samaj of Atlanta
5331 Royal Woods Pkwy
Tucker, GA 30084 
Tel: (770) 496-0081 
Gujarati Samaj of Atlanta is a nonprofit organization.

India American Cultural Association
1281 Cooper Lake Rd 
Smyrna, GA 30082
Tel: (770) 436-3719
Fax: (770) 436-4272
contact form 
Mission of Indian American Cultural Association is to create a bond among the expatriate Indians, their kids and the American public. This is achieved by preserving the best of Indian culture while creating mutual respect for both cultures based on American values of freedom, individual liberty and pursuit of happiness.

Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta 
6930 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA30340
Tel: (770) 263-1888 
Their mission is to serve a role of bridge and hatchway to the mainstream society, to guide new and existing immigrants to help adjust to their ever changing environments, to advocate for the social and political rights and interests of Korean American community. 

Korean American Bar Association of Georgia 
201 17th Street NW, Suite 1700
Atlanta, Georgia 30363
Korean American Bar Association of Georgia is a nonprofit corporation that serves as the "go to" organization for Korean and Korean-American attorneys, law students, and other professionals in Georgia. They also provide professional and educational assistance through various activities, including mentoring, community service, networking, business, social, an educational events and programs.

Korean-American Coalition - Atlanta
4675 River Green Pkwy
Duluth, GA 30096
Tel: (404) 388-6560
Fax: (770) 232-9087
The Korean-American Coalition (KAC) is a nonprofit, non-partisan community advocacy organization. Its mission is to facilitate the Korean-American community's participation in civic, legislative, and community affairs, and encourage Korean-Americans to become an integral part of the broader American society.

Maharashtra Mandal of Atlanta
Maharashtra Mandal of Atlanta is a nonprofit organization established in 1986. The charter of the organization is to provide a forum for people who claim 'Marathi' as their mother tounge, however it is open to anyone who wants to join.

Malaysian Association of Georgia
Tel: (206) 498-9849
The Malaysian Association of Georgia (MAG) is a non-governmental, non-political, and non-profit organization which brings together individuals of Malaysian national origin, and others who share interests in Malaysia, to participate in educational, cultural, social, and economic activities.

National Association of Asian American Professionals- NAAAP Atlanta Chapter
4850 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 209-289
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
Tel: (404) 654-0258 
NAAAP Atlanta is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), all-volunteer organization that leverages the power of the network to accelerate the success of Asian professionals in leadership development, career advancement, and community impact. Their mission is to create meaningful opportunities for Asian professionals to establish connections, build networks and serve the community.

National Association of Chinese-Americans
5483 Redbark Way
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Tel: (770) 394-6542
Fax: (770) 394-9911
The National Association of Chinese-Americans (NACA) is dedicated to the advancement of cordial relationships between the United States and China. It is a non-profit organization, which was founded in 1977 by Dr. Cheng Ning Yang, a Nobel laureate in Physics. Its initial objective was to assist in achieving and promoting full diplomatic recognition between these two countries.

Nepalese Association in Southeast America 
3433 Bridge Walk Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
Tel: (803) 719-1428 
Their mission is to preserve and promote Nepalese culture and values, to advocate for human rights, freedom, and peace, to serve fellow human beings.

Network of Indian Professionals (NetIp) Atlanta
The mission of the Network of Indian Professionals is to serve as the organization that meets the needs of all South Asian professionals as they grow in their personal and professional lives.

Nurpathunga Kannada Koota
660 Crescent Ridge
Trail Mableton, GA 30126-5900
Tel: (770) 941-0991
contact form 
This is a nonprofit organization which collect the Kannada speaking people at one place to share the Kannada culture and language related activities along with community works.

Organization of Chinese Americans- Georgia 
PO Box 767278 
Roswell, GA 30076 (President) 
OCA Georgia (OCA-GA) founded in 1983 is the local chapter of OCA. Through local events and community involvement, OCA-GA aims to embrace the hopes and aspirations for Asian Pacific Americans.

Pujari Atlanta 
Tel: (678) 242-9578 
Pujari's mission is to serve individuals and families in the communities in Georgia and neighboring states. Drawing strengths from their diversity, resources, and experiences, they promote cultural events and are advocates for continuous learning and development of their next generation.

Rajasthan Association of Georgia
1422 Orchard Park Dr.
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Tel: (404) 806-1429
contact form 
RAJA is an association of all Rajasthani's living in Georgia to enjoy events and activities of common interest.

Raksha, Inc.
P.O. Box 12337
Atlanta, GA 30355
Tel: (404) 842-0725
Raksha is a Georgia nonprofit and tax-exempt social service organization for immigrants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Services offered include: an information hotline providing multi-lingual peer support and referral services involving family violence, divorce, senior citizens, young adults and immigration problems; legal advocacy and referrals; community education; and volunteer recruitment and training.

Sindhi Sabha of Georgia 
Sindhi Sabha of Georgia was founded in 1990. Its primary goal is to promote, educate and preserve Sindhi culture, traditions and customs among Sindhi children and youth within the framework of the Indian culture in the American society.

South Asian Bar Association of Georgia 
Their mission is to promote the advancement of lawyers and students of South Asian heritage in the legal profession; increase awareness and encourage resolution of issues of concern for the South Asian community, to support the provision of legal services to the South Asian community and to increase awareness of the legal, political, economic, and cultural environment of South Asia in the local community.

Telugu Association of Metro Atlanta 
5490 McGinnis Ferry Rd., Suite 217
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Tel: (404) 946-TAMA (8262) 
TAMA organizes events to celebrate major festivals and organizes a picnic during summer as scheduled activities.

United States Hindu Alliance
5430 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Suite 234
Norcross, GA  30093-1517
Tel: (678) 913-8484
Fax: (678) 969-0310 
Their mission is to educate members of the media, academia, and government about Hindu views and opinions on important issues, to empower Hindus to attain their rightful position in the international arena, and to strengthen the bonds between Hindus in America and India.

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