Team Members

Paul P Jose
RVP - New York Metro Region
Viji Abraham
NC Member - New York Metro
Shibu Oommen
NC Member - New York Metro
The historical importance of our motherland, its natural beauty, its cultural heritage, its mythologies and the lifestyles of the people makes it the ‘God’s Own Country’. Our main aim is to promote cultural, educational and social activities and to encourage and revitalize the traditional arts and crafts of our motherland and to provide a forum for the Keralites and their descendants residing in the United States of America to preserve and foster their moral, social, cultural, educational, literary and artistic heritage. These attitude help us to raise, solicit and receive funds, charities and donations to carry out worthy humanitarian causes and activities.
The Kerala Samajam of Greater New York (Samajam) was formed as a non-profit, non-political organization to assist the Indian community in their cultural, social, and educational development. Since the inception of the organization, it has been conducting various community activities involving public awareness and cultural development that are added advantages to especially new immigrants.
Long Island Malayalee Cultural Association [LIMCA]
Long Island Malayalee Cultural Association inc. (LIMCA) was formed to cater to the cultural enrichment of Keralites living in the greater Long Island, New York area. This is a non-profit, cultural association incorporated in the state of New York, to promote and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Kerala, encourage the young generation to learn and perform Indian art forms and language thus sustaining our culture in America for the future.
Kerala Samajam of Staten Island [KSSI] Founded in 2008
Indian American Malayalee Association Of Long Island
Founded in 2000
A non-profit organization founded in 1976 and based in Queens, NY to promote the social and cultural activites of Keralites in the New York Area.
Malayalee Samajam of New York
NHIMA is a non-partisan, nonprofit civic engagement organization in North Hempstead, Nassau County, New York which seeks to engage, educate and empower the Malayalee, Indian, and South Asian American community to build a just and inclusive society.
Kerala Center