Who We Are!

Kerala Hindus of North America (KHNA) is a 19 years old socio cultural nationwide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the United States of America with tax exempt status. KHNA is globally involved in the preservation of Culture and Heritage and has been and still continuing to be active in helping those in need via multiple charities and educational programs.

As an evolving global organization, we recognize the diversity within our Kerala Hindu community. We try to promote and instill our culture and heritage through conventions, festivals and retreats here in the USA as well as in India. Additionally, KHNA is the oldest and largest platform bringing together Malayalee Hindu professionals and businesses to promote networking across the nation.

Program Overview

The Mentoring at HCore Program facilitates one-to-one mentoring relationships that connect mentees with mentors in the organization to learn and develop. This program helps you to expand networks, gain new knowledge and insights, and build new skills. Join us now to start developing personal and professional relationships with others in the organization who can help you learn and grow. Take the first step in furthering your professional development by joining today!

Get started

Step 1

Enroll on the mentoring

Step 2

Complete your profile.

Step 3

Make a match.

Step 4

Begin your partnership.

Why Become a Mentor?

  • SHARE your knowledge and expertise
  • EXPAND your network
  • ADVANCE your leadership skills

Why Become a Mentee?

  • GROW your career
  • BUILD professional networks
  • LEARN to navigate workplace challenges
  • DEVELOP your business and leadership skills
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About KHNA

Kerala Hindus of North America (KHNA) was formed in 2001 from the far sighted vision and motivation of Late Swamiji Sathyananda Saraswathi to unite all Hindus with the goal of preserving Sanatana Dharma. The organization provides a platform for all Kerala Hindus in North America to get together without any social divisions of caste and creed. From a humble start in 2001, KHNA has grown to a big family of several thousands of members.