Indian Community Center of Garden State (ICC GS) is a non-profit, social, cultural, educational, charitable and non-political organization.
The major objective of the organization is to foster cultural, social and educational traditions of the Indian community residing in the state of New Jersey.
The intention of the ICC is to celebrate the major Bengali cultural events and organize social activities from time to time to preserve the rich heritage and serve the community.
Our Constitution helps to ensure that the organization operates in a transparent, accountable, and effective manner. It outlines the fundamental principles, rules, and procedures that govern the operation of our organization
The Executive Committee of Indian Community Center of Garden State (ICC) comprises a team of highly experienced individuals who have been carefully selected to guide and support our organization's mission. Each of them brings unique expertise and a deep commitment to our organization's goals. As a team, they are committed to serving the needs of the ICC. We are grateful for their leadership and dedication to our community.
Our heartfelt appreciation for your generous sponsors. Their contribution has made a significant impact on the success of our community. It is through the generosity of individuals like our sponsors that we are able to bring the community together and celebrate our culture and traditions.
We are truly grateful for their commitment to our community and culture.
Our organization was founded in 1981 by Ajit and Binita Datta, Dilip and Rakhi Guha, Ajit and Indira Kesh, Rupak Raha, Kamal and Jhuma Sarkar, Rajat Mukherjee, Patina and Krishna Dhar, Asok Mukherjee, B.P. and Sunanda Mukherjee, Debdas Ghosh, Supradip Sen, Himangshu and Kalpana Bhattacharjee., who was inspired by the community's social needs. They recognized a need in the community for celebrating Bengali heritage and talents, and decided to take action. Since then, we have been celebrating Bengali cultures and traditions here in the USA.