Greek Indian Cultural and Welfare Association
Greek Indian Cultural and Welfare Association

Greek Indian Cultural and Welfare Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the professional development and advancement of Indian-Greeks.

It seeks to create a professional networking/development group that enhances the ability of people to further their professional skills as well as nurture those with relatively little experience.

GICWA will contribute its time and financial support to underprivileged communities as well as charitable organizations. It is a professional networking organization dedicated to providing opportunities for professional and social networking, professional development, and community service for Indian professionals and graduate students. We aim to bring professionals together.
1. Cultural events, such us lectures, music and dance programs, film festivals

2. Community Service events such as food/blood drives, AIDS/handicapped/children/literacy, fundraisers, and feed-the-homeless programs.

3. Professional Development events such as professional seminars, career workshops, presentation/leadership workshops, financial workshops, resume critiquing, mock interviews, and job-match services.

4. Networking events, such as happy hours, brunches, singles mixers, socials, trips, activity groups, etc, where professionals can mingle and network in an informal, relaxed social setting.

What We Do?


The Association strives to achieve its objectives mainly by organizing socio-cultural events such as music and dance programs, talks and symposia, social get-togethers, film shows and visual art exhibitions. In general, it organizes about eight to ten activities every year, occasionally in cooperation with other sister organizations. Platform of these activities serve as a meeting place for the local Greeks and the Indians living in Greece.