KALAA (Kerala Arts and Literary Association of America) established in 1978 is a registered non-profit cultural organization, serving the cultural, artistic and intellectual needs of the Malayalee community in and around the Philadelphia metropolitan area of the USA. For the past 38 years KALAA strives to give the best to all Malayalees within the Philadelphia region and this vibrant organization continues to stay active and strong because of the quality of programs it presents and the rich commitment of its members, friends and well-wishers.
Malayalee Association of Greater Philadelphia (MAP) established in 1978 is a registered non-profit social and cultural organization with over 500 members. MAP was formed as a forum for Malayalee Community from South Indian state Kerala to promote and encourage the social, cultural, and educational life of its members. They aim to help people develop social interactions, maintain cultural heritage, formulate charity projects and programs; and foster relations with other communities.
Kerala Association of New Jersey (KANJ) is a registered non-profit, non-religious organization that aims to unite malayalees in New Jersey and educate the next generation of the rich cultural heritage of Kerala. KANJ also seeks to foster good relations within our diverse American community through mutual friendship and cultural exchange.
Delaware Malayalee Association (Delma), is a cultural non-profit organization of people originally from Kerala state in India, known as God's Own Country. Delma is based in New Castle county and bridges families of Kerala origin spread all over Delaware and surrounding areas of Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.