Born in 1984, The Kerala Cultural Society of Metropolitan Washington Inc. (KCSMW) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization registered in the state of Maryland with a focus for promoting the cultural awareness and social activities primarily among the Asian-Indians living in the USA
The organization, widely known as KCS, serves the interest of the Washington DC community that comprises of the State of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Virginia. As one of the premier organizations in the region, KCS has steadfastly grown in the last few years with the help of an uncompromising agenda that is catered towards the importance of social life. Please read more about KCS on the web at www.kcsmw.org
About Hope For Henry Foundation
Improving outcomes for DC's sickest children, Hope for Henry (HFH) brings smiles, laughter and joy to kids with cancer and other serious illnesses at Children's National and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Its year-round programming, including gifts, parties, and events, promote comfort, care and recovery for these kids and their families.
Since 2003, Hope for Henry has improved the lives of more than 14,000 children and honors the legacy of Henry Strongin Goldberg, a Washington, DC resident who died at age seven of a rare, fatal disease. Please visit www.hopeforhenry.org for more information about the Hope for Henry foundation.