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Kerala Association of Delaware Valley is a non-profit cultural organization established with the aim of bringing all the Malayalee’s of Delaware Valley together to serve the social, cultural and educational needs of the Malayalee community.
Through meticulously organized cultural, social, educational and sporting activities Kerala Association of Delaware Valley adds value to the society thereby achieving high level of social interaction and social awareness in the community. For the younger generation, we pass on the cultural heritage, tradition, the rarely cherished legacy and values while they are integrating in to the American culture. We celebrate social and religious festivals traditionally celebrated in our home land to keep alive our strong bond with Kerala.

Our Mission

Create opportunities for its community members to share ideas and to exercise their traditional values to bind the community together. Create and organize various social, cultural, and educational events to celebrate the rich traditions and improve the social, educational, and cultural exchange among Malayalees and others. Provide best-of-class platforms and leadership to help its community members exhibit their talents and develop leaders through volunteerism and community service. Create programs to bridge the gap between generations and cross-cultural differences with a higher focus on its moral values to build a better society, a home away from home. Plan and organize charity activities to reach out to the needy in our local communities, in India, and around the world.

Our Purpose

The aim of Kerala Association of Delaware Valley is to preserve, promote, and nurture the special culture and linguistic heritage of the Malayalees; to foster understanding, friendship, goodwill and appreciation between Malayalee Community and various cross-sections of diverse American communities through cultural exchange and bi-lateral Socio-economic engagements; to increase cross cultural understanding and promote cultural diversity.

Leadership

Board Members:

  • Anoop Nair
  • Nisha Nizam
  • Chanchal Kokkuvayil
  • Joshy Paul
  • Rahiman Kooleri Valiya Purayil
  • President: Rajeevan Cheriyan
  • Vice President: Rajesh Raghavan
  • General Secretary: Vijesh Velappan
  • Joint Secretary:
  • Treasurer: Biju Francis
  • Committee Members:
  • Shaju Nandakumar
  • Sreerag Mohan
  • Bijoy Mathunni
  • Gananand Mattankot Kallat
  • Pramod Balakrishnan
  • Saji Gopal
  • Vijay Roshan
  • Vidya Parameswaran
  • Aparna Menon
  • Sandeep Nair
  • Vimal Vijaykumar