Raindrop Foundation is a 501(c)(3), educational, charitable, social and cultural organization founded by Turkish-Americans in Houston in 2000 and now it operates in eight states with 15 chapters and the 2nd largest Component Member to the Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians (TCAE): Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, New Mexico, Tennessee and Louisiana.
More information is at http://www.raindropturkishhouse.org.
Turkic American Business Chamber (TABC), headquartered in Houston, Texas is exclusively facilitating trade between the U.S. and Turkic countries with regional offices in neighboring states and is the third largest component member to TCAE.
More information is at www.tabchamber.com.
Texas Turkish American Chamber of Commerce (TTACC) is a 501(c) 6 non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization exclusively facilitating trade between the U.S. and Turkey. TTACC acts as a liaison between companies and countries to increase trade volume and create more business opportunities. The TTACC is headquartered in Houston, Texas and has offices/representatives in six cities in Texas including Houston, Dallas, Austin, Odessa-Midland, College Station and San Antonio.
More information is at www.ttacc.org.
Kazakh American Friendship Council (KAFC) is a non-profit, educational, charitable, cultural, and business organization registered in the state of Texas. KAFC’s main objective is to foster friendship, understanding and peace and positive cooperation between United States and Kazakhstan. KAFC’s headquarter is located in the heart of the energy capital of the world in Houston, Texas.
Visit us at http://www.kafcouncil.org.
Azerbaijanian American Cultural Alliance (AACA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), educational, charitable, social and cultural organization founded by Azeri-Americans in Houston in 2009.
Next to being home to Azeri-Americans, AACA addresses the social and cultural needs and helps the society integrate into this multicultural society better. The mission of AACA is to introduce Azeri culture into American society and cultivate friendship and promote the understanding of diverse cultures through its unique services to the community, through dialog and corporation.
More information is at http://www.aacalliance.com.
Atlas Foundation, founded in 2002 in New Orleans, LA, is a non-profit, multicultural organization, operating for educational purposes.
The Foundation does panels, discussion forums, outreach visits and dinners which enrich our lives and encourage dialogue.
More information is at http://www.atlaslouisiana.org.
Houston-Istanbul Sister City Association (HISCA) strives to connect the Houston metropolitan area and the city of Istanbul through cooperation in business, culture and education. We seek to promote Istanbul heritage and traditions and Turkish culture through extensive community outreach, broad assistance to people in need and intercultural exchange.
More information is at http://houstonistanbul.org.
The Austin-Antalya Sister City Committee is focused on facilitating intercultural and interfaith dialogue. Antalya is home to polytheists, Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and thus has a tradition of peaceful coexistence among faiths.
More information is at http://austintexas.gov/department/antalya-turkey.
Strengthening partnerships between Louisiana and Malataya, Turkey The goal of the Sister City Program is to promote business, culture, education, and goodwill between the communities.
More information is at http://www.brcwa.com/malatya-turkey.html