The association that cares
|Date: Saturday July 9th, 2022|
|Time: 13:00 PM|
|Venue: @Grevillea Hall|
|2 Lane Street, Wentworthville|
|Ahia Cleanup day|
|Date: Sunday September 11th, 2022|
|Details to be advised|
|Date: Sunday September 18th, 2022|
|Detials to me advised|
|Ahia Diwali Function|
|Date: Saturday October 15th, 2022|
|Venue: @Pioneer Hall|
AHIA was created in 1994 targeting Hindi and Punjabi speaking Indians in New South Wales. Now it caters to all persons of Indian origin and had broad based objectives and activities. It is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious Organisation. It has currently 370 members including 270 Life members. We are celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2019.
AHIA is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious organisation with following objectives: - Promote Hindi Language - Organise cultural activities and functions - Promote social and welfare activities - Promote awareness of Indian traditions - Promote mental health and wellbeing.
Seniors meetings are heldon every second Saturday of the month from 1 pm to 4pm at Grevillea Hall,2 Lane street, Wentworthville.
This group is very active and has grown in numbers with about 80 to 100 people attending every meeting. Most of the members are retired or semi-retired, many from India who came to join their sons or daughters, leaving behind their life-long connections.
We invite experts and speakers from different walks of life, — Medical, Law, Yoga, Health, Diet, Music, Social and Cultural. Most of the important events and festivals, including Baisakhi, Diwali, Australia Day, India’s Republic Day are celebrated by us. Members’ Birthdays and marriage anniversaries are remembered and celebrated.
AHIA has different membership types to cater to different age groups i.e seniors, youth and others and membership periods i.e. annual or for life. Annual membership is for one year from July 1 to June 30 next year and requires renewal every year. Life membership is for life and does not require renewal. Click on Member Type for fees for different Membership Types. These details are also available in the Application Form.
Please note AHIA communicates with its members by email only.
Completed application with the specifed fees should be given to :
The Treasurer and the Secretary present the application to the Executive Committee. The Treasurer informs the member whether the application is accepted or rejected. The Membership Fees is refunded if the membership is rejected.