Asian American Association for Human Services
102- 104 Greylock Avenue
Belleville, NJ 07109
Tel: (973) 450-4443
Fax: (973) 450-8434
The mission of the association is to provide unmet and needed human services to the Asian American community in the state. They organize statewide forums, health fairs and conferences to promote Asian American community's quality of life.
Asian American Retailers Association
242 Old New Brunswick Road, Suite 440,
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Tel: (973) 315-3118
Fax: (973) 788-1588
AARA was established in 2005, as the Asian American Retailers Association. It is not for profit organization located in Springfield, NJ. AARA represents Convenience Stores, Gas Stations and Liquor Stores in the Tri-State area of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The main objective of AARA is to protect retailers while delivering stronger and more profitable future for their business.
Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce
402 Main Street, Suite 214,
Metuchen, NJ 08840
Tel: (732) 777-4666
The Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce evolved to meet the entrepreneurial vacuum, provide a forum for networking and to build on the strengths of each other giving credence to their slogan; "None of us is stronger than all of us."
Association of Indians in America
60 Milburn Drive
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
The Association of Indians in America is the oldest national association of Asian Indians.
Asian Pacific American
494 Broad Street, Suite 210
Newark, NJ 07102
Tel: (973) 718-7347 x121
APALA-NJ, founded in 1985 and incorporated in 1993, is the largest specialty bar association that collectively represents the interests of Asian and Pacific American lawyers in the State of New Jersey.
Asian Women's Christian Association
9 Genesee Avenue
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Tel : (201) 862-1665~1664
Fax : (201) 862-1662
AWCA is a non-profit organziation operated by funds raised through grants, charity events and donations. With a strong emphasis on community outreach, the AWCA continually provides much needed behavioral health, social welfare, health awareness, educational and senior services for Asian Americans.
Bangladeshi American Youth Association
236 Union Ave
Paterson, NJ 07502
Their mission is to help Bangladeshi American communities to cultivate a youth of quality that is dedicated to the principals of leadership, social responsibility, educational attainment, service and scholarship.
Bengali Cultural Society of South Jersey
PO Box 307
Voorhees Township, NJ 08043
Their mission is to promote and sustain cultural, religious, charitable, educational, and literary activities, and to provide a forum for exchanging ideas and views with various national and international organizations of similar interest.
Brindavana Kannada Koota
Tel: (609) 918-9217
Brindavana, a New Jersey based charitable, non-profit, cultural organization represents people originating from Karnataka or exhibiting an interest in the language of Kannada and the traditions and culture of Karnataka.
Chinese Community Center of New Jersey
233 S. Highwood Ave
Glen Rock, NJ 1800
Tel: (201) 383-5891
CCCNJ's purpose is to teach Chinese language (mainly Cantonese) and culture, as well as to serve as a source of social activity for its members.
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New Jersey
3813 Atlantic Ave
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Tel: (609) 334-3488
Their mission is to enhance the quality of life for the ciitizens of Atlantic City and the surrounding communities.
Chinese Service Center
360 Union St (Hackensack Middle School),
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Tel: (201) 448-7687
Their mission is to promote community participation, education, and leadership, to foster cultural exchange and awareness.
Cultural Association of Bengal
35 Windfall Lane,
Marlboro, NJ 07746
Tel: (302) 571-0976
Fax: (302) 571-0975
Their mission is to promote appreciation of Bengali culture and heritage through cultural, social and recreational programs, to publish and circulate general and cultural news, to open Bengali language classes or schools for children and non-Bengalis, to establish contacts/affiliations with organizations with similar vision and aims in North America and abroad, to undertake other activities pertaining to the objectives of the Association.
Filipino American Association of Central New Jersey, Inc
P.O Box 5574
Trenton, NJ 08638
Tel: (609) 468-7999
Their mission is to preserve and promote the Filipino culture and heritage among their members and the gneral public through cultural, charitable, and educational activities.
Filipino American Community Development Center, Inc
661 Manchester Blvd.
Whiting, NY 08759
Tel: (732) 664-8120
Their mission is to create a home away from home, to have a physical concentration of Filipino-Americans sharing ideas and promoting history and education, to strive preserve their Filipino heritage in Ocean County and integrate within local communities.
Friends of Nepal - New Jersey
P.O. box 5015
Somerville, NJ 08876
Tel: (908) 369-4318
Friends of Nepal, New Jersey (FON - NJ) is a non-profit organization in the state of New Jersey, USA. Their mission is to promote awareness of Nepalese culture and to strenghten ties of friendship, mutual understanding and cooperation with various organizations, to preserve the cultural heritage, traditions and customs of Nepal, to promote Nepalese arts, literature, music, dances and customs, to explore educational opportunities for children in Nepal, and to provide assistance to increase the welfare of the people of Nepal.
Garden State Cultural Association
23 Sinclair Road
Edison, NJ 08820
Tel: (609) 897-9221
Garden State Cultural Association is an Indian American non-profit organization based in New Jersey. Its primary objective is to promote Indian social, cultural and religious events throughout the year. In addition, it provides an opportunity for the children to learn about the rich and ancient cultural heritage of India, through organizing various talent shows, literary events and other cultural events where the youths actively participate.
Goan Associaton of New Jersey
P.O Box 335
Cranbury, NJ 08512
Tel: (201) 64- GOANJ
The Goan Association of New Jersey, Inc. is an organization that promotes social, cultural, educational and charitable activities, primarily for the good of its members and worthwhile causes in Goa, India, as well as the community at large in New Jersey.
Gujarati Samaj of Tri-State, Inc
Lenape High School
235 Hartford Road
Medford, NJ 08055
Tel: (856) 875-4775
GST is a local non-profit tax-exempt organization successfully promoting Indian cultural and social activities in the Southern New Jersey (USA) area since 1998. GST promotes Indian culture by providing a platform for young students to perform Indian dances on stage.
Indo-American Cultural Foundation of Central New Jersey
PO Box 267
Dayton, NJ 08810
Indo-American Cultural Foundation of Central New Jersey (IACFNJ) is an organization which was established more than 10 years ago by people of Indian origin who lived in South and North Brunswick vicinity. The purpose was to establish an organization of people with Indian heritage, residing in communities of Central New Jersey to unify individuals and families of South Asian ethnic background.
Indo-American Festivals, Inc.
40 La Valencia Road
Old Bridge NJ 08857
Tel: (732) 234-6682
Fax: (732) 360-2059
Indo-American Festivals, Inc. organizes various Indo-American festivals and fairs.
Indo-American Pharmaceutical Society
PO Box 9035
Paramus, NJ 07653
Tel: (845) 352-0490
Fax: (845) 352-0524
Indo-American Pharmaceutical Society is a regional pharmacy association representing the professional and proprietary interests of independent retail pharmacists, independent pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, hospital pharmacists and pharmacy students, all with common ethnic background of India.
Indo-American Seniors Organization of New Jersey
665 Lincoln Hwy
Iselin, NJ 08830
Tel: (732) 986-5214
The Indo American Seniors Organization of New Jersey (IASO of NJ) was formed in the year 2003. Not only they provide information for health, immigration, citizenship, social welfare, but they also organize social activities, cultural programs, temple visits, foreign and local tours.
Indian Business Association
1141 Green Street
Iselin, NJ 08830
Tel: (732) 283-1991
Fax: (732) 283-2070
For nearly two decades, the Indian Business Association (IBA) has served the New Jersey Indo-American community. The IBA continues a history of representing the small businesses on and surrounding Oak Tree Road and serving as a voice for the thousands of Indo-Americans that call New Jersey home.
India Cultural Association of Central Jersey
2 Renk Farm Drive
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
India Cultural Association of Central Jersey is one of the pioneering cultural organizations in the tri-state area. They are dedicated to the goal of preserving, promoting and enhancing an understanding of Indian culture and its values among our children and other communities.
Inspiring South Asian Youth Foundation
236 Union Ave.
Paterson, NY 07502
Tel: (201) 470-4729
The Alliance of South Asian Youth offers an array of services and expertise to help assist their youth in becoming a more successful and driven generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. Their mission is to help South Asian American communities to cultivate a youth of quality that is dedicated to the principals of leadership, social responsibility, educational attainment, service and scholarship.
Japanese American Society of New Jersey
304 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Tel: (201) 461-5133
They are dedicated to promoting understanding between Japanese and American cultures. JAS of NJ offers language, cultural, translation, and interpretation programs.
P.O. Box 3103
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
Tel: (732) 435-1414
Fax: (732) 435-1411
Manavi is a New Jersey-based women's rights organization committed to end all forms of violence and exploitation against South Asian women living in the U.S. Manavi provides services equitably to women from all South Asian countries and does not discriminate based on national, religious or sectarian grounds.
Marathi Vishwa NJ
143, State Rt 35
Laurence Harbor, NJ 08879
The purpose of Marathi Vishwa is to unite and organize the Marathi speaking Indian community in NJ with the goal of preserving its cultural heritage. In addition, the organization aims to encourage its members to extend charitable efforts for the service of the American people.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
1562 Route 130
North Brunswick, NY 08902
Tel: (732) 940-0991
Fax: (732) 940-0355
NAMI New Jersey (NAMI NJ) is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. Through education, support, advocacy and public awareness programs, NAMI NJ fosters understanding about mental illness, confronts stigma often associated with mental disorders, advocates for public policies that benefit those affected by mental illness, and promotes research into the causes, treatment and recovery of mental health disorders.
National Indo Cooperative Enterprises
C/o K. D. Patel
8 Farmington Dr.
Marlton, NJ 08053
Tel: (856) 313-6741
Fax: (651) 305-4343
NICE is a non-profit organization connecting communities.
New Jersey Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association
P.O. Box 958
Old Bridge, NJ 08857
Tel: (732) 405-2860
The NJAALEOA is a non profit organization, and the association constantly seeks resumes of Asian Americans who are US citizens, no older than 35 years old and wish to seek a career in law enforcement.
New Jersey Chinese Community Center
17 School House Road
Somerset, NJ 08873
Tel: (732) 271-9000
Fax: (732) 271-9007
The purpose for which the New Jersey Chinese Community Center is organized to promote Chinese culture in America, to stimulate interaction between Chinese and American Culture, and to acquire, organize, provide, construct, develop, lease, own, operate, and maintain facilities, services and programs, in order to encourage an appreciation and knowledge of Chinese language, customs and culture, to acquire, buy, own, sell, lease, mortgage or otherwise manage real property suitable for carrying out the above stated purpose, to provide and supply any and all appurtenances or goods and supplies which may be necessary, helpful, useful, or convenient for the carrying on of the said programs, services, or facilities, to promote, arrange, sponsor, or offer any and all kinds of programs and services which will further understanding and appreciation of Chinese language, customs and culture.
New Jersey Chinese Cultural Studies Foundation
P.O. Box 543
Princeton Junction, NJ 08536
Tel: (973) 761-9465
Their mission is to recognize individuals' contributions to Chinese cultural studies, to provide financial assistance to individuals who would like to study Chinese culture in accredited educational institutions, and to sponsor activities held by other non-profit and non-political organizations with similar interests.
New Jersey Chinese American Chamber of Commerce
28 World's Fair Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
Tel: (732) 507-7348
Fax: (732) 805-0673
New Jersey Chinese-American Chamber of Commerce (NJCACC) is a non-profit and non-political organization dedicated to promoting business between members, helping Chinese-American businesses and professionals enter mainstream American economy, facilitating US-China trade.
New Jersey Korean Youth Tennis Association
As sports and education can have lasting impact on kids, tennis is their main channel to shape youth character, widen the opportunity net towards scholarships and achievement awards, and promote physical fitness and healthy keystone habits.
New Jersey Tamil Arts and Cultural Society
14 Brittany Way, Kendall Park
NJTACS promotes the use of Tamil language and preserves Tamil art and culture. A NJ registered charitable organization with tax exemption under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRC.
New Jersey Tamil Sangam
Tel: (732) 800-2336
Their mission is to provide a unified forum for Tamils in New Jersey area, to promote Tamil culture, to celebrate tamil festivals, to organize special projects in Tamil Nadu, to promote Tamil scholars and artists, to help other Tamils, to actively participate in Federation of Tamil Associations of North America, and to make Tamil youth aware of their heritage.
New Jersey Vietnamese-American Community Association
NJVACA, officially established in 1997, is dedicated to preserve Vietnamese heritage and culture and to enhance the quality of life of our Vietnamese-American community.
Organization of Chinese Americans - NJ Chapter
PO Box 268
Montvale, NJ 07645
Their mission is to advocate for social justice, equal opportunity and fair treatment, to promote civic participation, education, and leadership, to advance coalitions and community building, and to foster cultural heritage.
Pakistan-American Society of South Jersey
1228 Maple Ave.
P.O Box 644
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Tel: 856- 438- 0042
Their mission is to establish a platform for a socially active community of Pakistani and American-born Pakistani residents in coordination with the local community, to initiate and support the efforts to unite the community, to promote peace, respect diversity, tolerance of all other cultures, religions, races and people, to create a greater awareness, understanding and pride of their heritage amongst the American-born Pakistani children.
Pan-American Concerned Citizens Action League
PACCAL Neighborhood Center
380 Monmouth Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Their mission is to promote the development of New Jersey residents and communities, primarily Asian Americans, by providing a comprehensive access to health and human services initiatives.
Sikh American Chamber of Commerce
120 Wood Ave. South, Suite 608
Iselin, NJ 08830
Tel: (732) 379-6180
Fax: (646) 349-2572
The mission of the Sikh American Chamber of Commerce is to promote entrepreneurship and substantially increase the success rate and involvement of Sikh entrepreneurs in the business community.
Taiwanese Association of America New Jersey Chapter
P.O Box 604
Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
Their mission is to promote Taiwanese American participation in government activities, to enhance the growth of the Taiwanese community and promote the awareness of the Taiwanese culoture, to reach out to needy Taiwanese Americans and to provide them with available assistance, to assemble Taiwanese Americans for fellowhsip, seminars, other social activities, and to communicate with other ethnic group to promote mutual understanding and support.
Back to Asian and Asian American Organizations