The Afghan-American Conference is an annual nationwide conference for young community leaders to engage in meaningful dialogue, grow professionally and build relationships.
Stay tuned for more updates on AAC 2019.
is a non-political grassroots organization established in October of 2006 to serve the Afghan community through social activism, fostering an Afghan American Muslim identity, and empower future generations with the tools to enhance their Islamic knowledge and pursue higher education to better serve their communities with confidence and higher skills.
Afghan Physicians Association in America (APAIA) was founded in 1989 and recognized by the Secretary of State in Massachusetts on July 28, 1992. The name was later changed to AMPAA, and has been designated as a non-profit organization for over two decades.
A-AWA’s community outreach programs include: Assistance for newly arrived immigrants, support for critically ill Afghans and their families, language and citizenship classes, educational talks for the community, venue for youth volunteerism, clothing/food/medicine drives for the needy in Afghanistan, etc.