Agraj Seva Kendra is a national,nonpartisan, nonprofit tax exempt organization. Our goal is to promote dignity,health, independence and economic security of senior citizens.
Our mission is to preserve and promote Asian Indian Culture and traditions and to promote diversity among individuals. Through education, art and cultural activities we promote understanding and appreciation of Indian Culture and traditions.
Leadership development and community education initiatives
In 2013, we continued to involve the community at large in promoting Asian Indian Culture and traditions by conducting Fusion 2013: India events in three phases in January, March and May 2013 at the East Brunswick Public Library and India Independence Day at the North Brunswick Township High School in August 2012.
In October 2012,we involved scores of students of Rutgers University, New Brunswick in service projects: Nonpartisan Civic Engagement and Clean Communities.
With a generous grant from the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders,New Jersey Historical Commission/Department of State we conducted research on 'Indian Diaspora in New Jersey'
With a grant from Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders,Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, New Jersey Council on the Arts/Department of State we conducted Heritage Day in May 2013 at the Monroe Township High School Performing Arts Center.
With a generous grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities we conducted three programs in September & October 2012 and March 2013 at the East Brunswick Public Library on 'Cultivating Social Change through Arts & Media.'
Please support us by liberally donating to the cause. Please mail your check to:
Agraj Seva Kendra
Post Box 46
East Brunswick NJ 08816
Your donations are tax deductible.