The AWA, founded originally as the American Women's Club, and later known as the American Women's Association, has been serving Americans living in New Delhi since 1947. In an effort to be more inclusive, the AWA recently changed its name from the American Women's Association to the American Welcome Association, thereby keeping its acronym while welcoming members of both genders.
Membership is open to all American citizens (and to spouses of American citizens) and entitles them to participate in the services and activities sponsored by the AWA. General meetings and/or events are held each month from August through April offering programs on a wide variety of topics.
The office is located at Gate D of the American Embassy Compound on Panchsheel Marg (across the street from Sikkim House and just a few feet down from the Marine Gate). The office observes many of the American and Indian holidays.
AWA is governed by an Executive Board elected in the spring of each year as set forth in its Constitution and By-laws. All members are welcome and encouraged to serve as officers and to participate in various committees of the AWA. You will find there are plenty of opportunities to volunteer in various worthwhile endeavors. We hope you will consider joining us to help enrich your life and the lives of others.
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