American Chinese Christian Educational and Social Services
224 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 426-1070
ACCESS's misson is to empower Chinese families in and around Boston, with a focus on immigrant communities, bridging cultures and generations with a holistic Christian approach. 

American Legion - Boston Chinatown Post 328
90 Tyler St,
Boston, MA 02111
The mission of The Boston Chinatown Post 328 is to mainly assist the Chinatown Community. To support The American Legion programs for veterans, young people, and community. To provide for today's needs while being advocates for a brighter future, to advance the understanding of patriotism and responsibility of citizenship, to promote individual integrity and family values and to ensure as volunteers, that Auxiliary members continue to be the leaders in all that is good in this nation today, tomorrow and for generations to come through serving others first and not self.

Asian American Civic Association
87 Tyler Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 426-9492 
Fax: (617) 482-2316
The Asian American Civic Association (AACA) is a non-profit organization serving the Greater Boston Area. Since 1967, AACA has been providing economically disadvantaged immigrants and refugees with support, information, skills and knowledge to help them achieve sustainable economic self-sufficiency in the United States.

Asian American Diabetes Initiative- Joslin Diabetes Center
1 Joslin Place, Rm 382A
Boston, MA 02215
Tel: (617) 732-2606
Fax: (617) 732-2607
Joslin's Asian American Diabetes Initiative was established in 2000 in response to the rising rates of diabetes in the Asian American population. AADI's mission is to enhance the quality of life and health outcomes for Asian Americans living with diabetes through research, education, outreach and culturally appropriate treatments.

Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts
16 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108-3774
The Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts (AALAM) is a non-partisan, nonprofit, organization of over 250 Asian American lawyers, judges, and law professors. Since its incorporation in 1984, AALAM has devoted its energy and resources to a variety of civic and professional activities at the local, state, and national levels.

Asian American Policy Review
John F. Kennedy School of Government
79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Tel: (617) 496-0320
Fax: (617) 384-9555
Founded in 1989 the AAPR is the first nonpartisan academic journal in the country dedicated to analyzing public policy issues facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Asian American Resource Workshop
42 Seaverns Ave
Boston, MA 02130
Tel: (617) 942-8178
Founded in 1979 as one of the Boston area's first pan-Asian organizations, the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) is an intergenerational social justice nonprofit that promotes Asian American identity while addressing contemporary issues affecting our communities.  We are based in Chinatown and focused on the Boston area.

Asian American Service Association
550 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02170
Tel: (617) 471-9354
Fax: (617) 471-09355
AASA is a non-profit organization since 1996 to serve the growing needs of the Asian community in Quincy. AASA has been one of the leading Asian organizations in Quincy to serve Asian seniors and families with children under the age of 4.

Asian-American Women's Political Initiative
Boston, MA
Tel:(617) 652-0509
Founded in 2009, the Asian-American Women's Political Initiative works to ensure that Asian-American women and the Asian-American community have a voice in their government.

Asian Center of Merrimack Valley
1 Ballard Way
Lawrence, MA 01843
Tel: (978) 683-7316
Founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1987, the Asian Center was formed in response to the critical unmet needs of a new Asian immigrant and refugee population making their home in the Greater Lawrence area. The Asian Center is the only agency in the Lawrence area whose primary mission is to address the needs of the Asian Community.

Asian Community Development Corporation
38 Oak Street
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 482-2380
Fax: (617) 482-3056
The Asian Community Development Corporation serves the Asian American community of Greater Boston by developing affordable housing, promoting economic development, fostering new leadership, and building capacity within the community through education, advocacy, and action.

Asian Sisters Participating in Reaching Excellence (ASPIRE)
P.O Box 51037
Boston, MA 02205
ASPIRE is a Boston-based non-profit organization dedicated to developing career and leadership skills for Asian American girls and women. Our organization acknowledges the specific social and cultural pressures faced by Asian American high school, college, and professional women a  nd seeks to engage and educate Asian American girls and women to become effective life-long leaders.

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
P.O. Box 120108
Boston, MA 02112
Tel: (617) 338-2350
ATASK primarily serves Asian families and individuals in Massachusetts and New England who suffer from or are at risk of suffering from domestic violence. Our clients include a range of Asian ethnic populations. ATASK embraces and represents all ages, cultures, abilities, and sexual preferences.

Asian Women for Health
83 Wallace Street
Somerville MA 02144
Tel: (617) 767-1071

Asian Women for Health is a peer-led, community-based network dedicated to advancing Asian women’s health and wellness through education, advocacy and support. Their mission is to develop a pipeline of Asian female leaders as peer health educators, advocates and community researchers, to connect community members, service providers and policy makers, to catalyze change and promote health equity, and to honor our cultural heritages and nurture each other by lifting spirits, inspiring leadership and sharing stories.

Boston Asian Youth Essential Service
199 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 482-4243
Fax: (617) 482-3620
The mission at YES is to inspire Asian youth to discover and actualize their greatest potential. The organization has built a world-class community youth center for the 21st century; offering programs such as counseling, creative art workshops, multimedia and technology workshops, and much more.

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center
885 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 635-5129
Fax: (617) 292-6599
The mission of BCNC is to ensure that the children, youth, and families that we serve have the resources and support to achieve greater economic success and social well-being. For over 40 years, BCNC has served as a vital link for the Asian immigrant and Asian American community of Greater Boston. BCNC strives to provide the support and resources needed for participants to integrate into American society, while preserving the community's rich culture.   

Boston Korean Adoptees
P.O. Box 120841
Boston, MA 02115
Boston Korean Adoptees, Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on building a community of adult adoptees with a connection to Korea in the greater Boston and New England area. Boston Korean Adoptees, Inc. also works to educate those in the larger community about the issues surrounding international adoption and transracial adoption.

Buds & Blossoms
87 Tyler Street, Ground Floor
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 426-9492 x259
At Buds & Blossoms Early Education and Child Care Center, children learn Chinese Mandarin while developing all their natural gifts and talents. Their child-centered philosophy and appointed classrooms enable children to grow and thrive as individuals, while learning the importance of being a caring member of a community. 

Cambodian Buddhist
P.O. Box 8306
Lowell, MA 01853
Tel: (978) 459-0953
Cambodian Buddhist's goal is to bring the value of Buddha's Teaching into our practical lives.

Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture
411 Waverley Oaks Road, Building #2, Suite 214
Waltham, MA 02452
Tel: (781) 786-2050 / (781) 788-8558
Fax: (781) 788-6662
The Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture (CCCC) is a non-profit organization which aims to promote Chinese culture, advance the status of Chinese-Americans, and promote US-China relationship through Chinese language education, publication, and cultural exchange. It provides various programs to the greater Boston area, including Chinese-English preschool, Chinese after-school,Weekend school, and Summer school.

Chinese Culture Connection
99 Dartmouth St., 4th Floor
Malden, MA 02148
Tel: (781) 324-7856
The Chinese Culture Connection is a non-profit organization. Using interactive educational programs and the arts, they strive to inspire cultural curiosity and appreciation among all people regardless of their native origin. They help American-born Chinese to value their Chinese heritage, so they can develop and preserve a positive cultural identity. The Chinese Culture Connection also supports immigrants in balancing their cultural heritage with American life and traditions, so they may achieve their goals in the United States.

Chinese Historical Society of New England
2 Boylston Street, G-3
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: (617) 338-4339
The Chinese Historical Society of New England (CHSNE) is a nonprofit entity. It is the first educational organization dedicated solely to documenting, preserving, and promoting the history and legacy of Chinese immigration in New England. The CHSNE is governed by board members and staff representing a wide range of experiences, perspectives, and expertise. Active community collaboration and membership participation underline our program development, exhibit design and collection building.

Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Lowell, Inc.
465 School Street
Lowell, MA 01851
Tel: (978) 454-6200
Fax: (978) 454-6229
The Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell, Inc. (CMAA) was incorporated as a not-for-profit Massachusetts corporation in 1984.

Chinatown Main Street
2 Bosylston Street, Suite 108
Boston, MA 02116

Tel: (617) 350-6303
Fax: (617) 695-1952
The Main Street approach is a comprehensive approach to providing merchant groups and community center to compete in today's marketplace. It is to bring the Main Street strategy for commercial district revitalization to Boston's many neighborhood business districts. 

Chinese Progressive Association
28 Ash Street
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 357-4499
Fax: (617) 357-9611
Since 1977, the Chinese Progressive Association has advocated for the Chinese community in the greater Boston area. Among their numerous accomplishments, they have successfully lobbied on the behalf of immigrant workers for better wages and working conditions, and have worked to improve living conditions in various neighborhoods.

Greater Boston Chinese Cultural Association
437 Cherry Street
Newton, MA 02465
Tel: (617) 332-0377
The Greater Boston Chinese Cultural Association (GBCCA) is a registered non-political, non-profit organization to promote public awareness of Chinese culture and heritage, to enhance the well-being and social standing of Chinese Americans; and to provide an environment for people to learn Chinese culture, language, and arts.

Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center
75 Kneeland Street, Suite 204
Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 357-0226
Toll Free: 1-800-410-5288
Fax: (617) 357-5323
Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Asian elderly since 1972. A comprehensive network of culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate programs and services is available to accommodate the needs of the Chinese-speaking elders so that they can maintain their independence and wellness at home.

Gee How Oak Tin Association of NE
77 Harrison Ave., 2nd Floor
Boston, MA02111
Tel: (617) 542-1585
The mission of GHOT of New England is to unite all brothers and sisters of Chan (Chin, Chen, Tran, etc.), Woo and Yuan families to foster a spirit of self help and mutual support, to advance the welfare of our members, and to support charitable causes, including outreach to the larger Chinese community and the American society at large. 

India Association of Greater Boston
P.O.Box 1345
Burlington, MA 01803

Tel: (617) 738-5919
The India Association of Greater Boston, founded in 1962, is the premier Indian-American organization in New England, representing immigrants from the Indian subcontinent and their progeny living in Greater Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the states of New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

Institute for Asian American Studies- University of Massachusetts Boston
Healey Library 10-7
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125-3393
Tel: (617) 287-5650

Fax: (617) 287-5656
The Institute for Asian American Studies (IAAS) at the University of Massachusetts Boston was established in 1993 with support from Asian American communities and direction from the state legislature. The IAAS utilizes resources and expertise from the university and the community to conduct research on Asian Americans; to strengthen and further Asian American involvement in political, economic, social, and cultural life; and to improve opportunities and campus life for Asian American faculty, staff, and students and for those interested in Asian Americans.

Indian Medical Association of New England
P.O. Box 9132
Waltham, MA 02454-9132
Tel: (781) 434-7731
Fax: (781) 893-2105
Founded in 1978, Indian Medical Association of New England (IMANE) is a dynamic organization for medical professionals of Indian origin in the New England area. IMANE organizes and supports numerous professional and social activities for the benefit of our members and the communities they serve.

Kerala Association of New England (KANE)
Boston, Massachusetts
Tel: (857) 234-1631

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Kerala Association of New England (KANE), founded back in 1970 is one of the oldest associations in US with a rich history of about more than 4 decades, is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious cultural organization working towards the betterment of the social lifestyle of the Malayalee in the New England area.

Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association
11 Indian Pond Road
Westborough, MA 01581
KSEA-NE is a recognized branch of the national Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) located in Washington, D.C. It is a non-profit professional organization with the intent to promote the application of science and technology to the general welfare of society, foster international cooperation, especially between the U.S. and Korea, and help Korean-American scientists and engineers develop their full career potentials.

Light of Cambodian Children
Mogan Cultural Center, 3rd Floor
40 French Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Tel: (978) 275-1822
Fax: (978) 275-1824
Light of Cambodian Children (LCC) was established in 1998 to encourage underserved young people to seek higher education, become self-sufficient, and serve as positive role models in our communities.

RSM-Metro West
5 Auburn Street
Framingham MA 01701
Tel: (508) 283-1355
Fax: (508) 283-1356
Formerly known as MetroWest School of Mathematics (MWSM), is an after-school pre-K through 12 program located in the Historic District of Framingham MA. The main purpose is to help parents develop their child's critical thinking abilities as early as possible, and help each students succeed in math thought the school and beyond. They offer a wide range of opportunities for preparation for and participation in Math Competitions for children of all ages, ranging from national competitions to their own Puzzle Contests.

Massachusetts Asian and Pacific Islanders for Health (MAP for Health)
322 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
Tel: (617) 426-6755
Fax: (617) 426-6756
MAP for Health is a community-based, nonprofit organization that works to improve healthcare access, disease prevention and service delivery for the Asian and Pacific Islanders community in Massachusetts. MAP for Health has targeted critical, underreported health concerns that uniquely and disproportionately affect the API community, including the areas of HIV/AIDS prevention, Hepatitis B awareness, and peer leadership and support for API LGBTQ youth.

NAAAP Boston
P.O Box 51922
Boston, MA 02205
Tel: (617) 506-3641
NAAAP is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization, whose mission is to promote the personal and professional development of the Asian American community.

NetIP North America’s mission is to serve as the unequivocal voice for the South Asian Diaspora by developing and engaging a cohesive network of professionals to benefit the community.

New England Chinese Information & Networking Association (NECINA)
PO Box 38
Sharon, MA 02067
New England Chinese Information and Networking Association (NECINA) is a non-profit, non-political organization. Founded in 1996, NECINA has grown to be one of the premium high tech professional organizations in New England.

New England Malayalee Association
Boston, Massachusetts
The New England Malayalee Association(NEMA) is a registered, non-profit organization in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, USA. Most broadly, it serves to cultivate and support the exchange of ideas between Malayalees and people of other cultures.

Next Generation Foundation
PO Box 682
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Next Generation Foundation was founded on August 15, 2001 and functions with the mission to develop a growing network of people around the world who would contribute and work for the empowerment of the children by virtue of honest help. Their goal is not charity alone, but to bring about social change of reason in the hearts of people.

Quincy Asian Resources, Inc.
1509 Hancock Street, Suite 209
Quincy, MA 02169

Tel: (617) 472-2200

QARI's mission is to foster and improve the social, cultural, economic and civic lives of Asian Americans and their families to benefit Quincy and its neighboring communities. Through collaborations and partnerships, they provide culturally competent services including adult education programs, youth development, and cultural events as well as information and referrals to public and other community organizations.

P.O. Box 1345
Burlington, MA 01803
Tel: (866)-4SAHELI (866-472-4354)
Saheli, a community-based women’s organization in New England, was founded in 1996. Saheli's mission is to empower South Asian women and their families to live safe and healthy lives.

Telugu Association of North America
5 Glenwood Road
Southborough, MA 01772
Tel: (508) 612-6676
Telugu Association of North America (TANA) is the oldest and biggest Indo-American organization in North America. During its 35 year history, TANA has distinguished itself through its various activities in pursuit of its mission in North America and India. TANA aims to perpetuate, intergrate, and assimilate the cultural heritage of the Telugu-speaking people into the mainstream of North America.

TiE Boston
101 Main Street, 14th FL. 
Cambridge, MA 02142
Tel: (617) 225-0419
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TiE-Boston is a comprehensive eco-system for entrepreneurs with vital resources for every stage of the entrepreneurial process. It is part of the global TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) group that is the largest not-for profit organization promoting entrepreneurship. TiE-Boston runs several vibrant programs to educate, mentor, network and inspire entrepreneurs in the community.

United India Association of New England
240 Kent Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Tel: (617) 734-1036

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The United India Association of New England, Inc. was founded in 1984 with the core mission to preserve, promote and nurture the values of our Indian heritage by planning, developing and executing programs which bring our community together.

42 Charles Street
Dorchester, MA 02122
Tel: (617) 822-3717
Fax: (617) 822-3718
Viet-AID’s mission is to build a strong Vietnamese community and a vibrant Fields Corner through the following measures: promoting civic engagement and community building; developing affordable housing and commercial space; providing small business technical assistance and micro-enterprise development; and offering high quality child care services.

Vietnamese-American Civic Association, Inc
42 Charles St., Suite E
Dorchester, MA 02122
Tel: (617) 288-7344
Fax: (617) 822-3718
Vietnamese-American Civic Associaition, Inc. is the first non-profit organization that serves the Vietnamese community in Dorchester since 1984.

Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America- Boston Chapter
Tel: (508) 789-3548
VHPA is an independent, nonprofit and volunteer-based charitable organization serving the needs of Hindu community in US. They aims to address social, educational, cultural, and spiritual needs of Hindu society in the US, and to network with other Hindu organizations with humanitarian causes worldwide.

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