Our Partners

Our work of serving vulnerable South Asian older adults would not be possible without the help and support of our partner organizations.


In order to serve our constituents in the neighborhoods where they live, India Home is co-located at mainstream senior centers and faith-based institutions across Queens. Many activities such as lunch, yoga, festivals and cultural celebrations and trips are shared with the general membership of each host senior center.

Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP)
Sunnyside Community Services 
Jamaica Muslim Center
Queens Community House, Kew Garden Community Center


Chhaya CDC 
Chhaya works with New Yorkers of South Asian origin to advocate for and build economically stable, sustainable, and thriving communities.
South Asian Community Center: India Home partnered with Chhaya CDC to apply for a capital grant and develop the first secular, accessible, pan-South Asian community center.

Sapna NYC 
SAPNA NYC transforms the lives of South Asian immigrant women by improving physical and mental health, expanding economic opportunities and building a collective voice for change
The Tiffin Project : India Home and Sapna NYC are partnering to produce nutritious, balanced, culturally appropriate (Halal, Hindu/Jain vegetarian) congregate meals to our senior centers programs. These meals are created and supplied through Sapna NYC’s job-training program for low-income immigrant women. helmed by Michelin-starred chef, Surbhi Sahni.

South Asian Council for Social Services (SACSS)
South Asian Council for Social Services (SACSS) mission is to empower underserved South Asians and other immigrants to actively engage in the civic and economic life of New York.
India Home partners with SACSS to bring counseling and wellness services to our seniors.

The Rubin Museum of Art
The Rubin Museum of Art is a dynamic environment that stimulates learning, promotes understanding, and inspires personal connections to the ideas, cultures, and art of Himalayan Asia.
India Home and the Rubin Museum jointly create and present arts programs aimed at community engagement.

Northwell Health (formerly North Shore-LIJ)
Medical education

South Asian Bar Association of New York 
Legal education

Social service education & referrals, Elder Abuse workshops

Sakhi for South Asian Women
Elder Abuse and Domestic Violence workshops

Turning Point for Muslim Women
Elder Abuse referrals

University Partnerships

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 
Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program

New York University 
Keeping On Track (KOT)/REACH FAR Blood Pressure Monitoring, Community Health Assessment, and Colorectal Screening Project

Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
Peer research program among South Asian seniors on healthy living

Brown University
Warren Alpert College of Medicine students partnered with India Home in a survey measuring the attitudes of older Indian immigrants towards allopathic medicine and natural medicine.


As a member of the following entities, we participate in advocacy campaigns and policy discussions. We highlight the needs and issues of South Asian older adults in these arenas and work together in mutually beneficial ways to better serve our communities.

Live On NY (formerly Council of Senior Centers and Services)
New York Immigration Coalition
Asian American Federation
Coalition of Asian American Children and Families 
South Asian Americans Leading Together 
Queens Coalition for Immigrant Aging
National Indo-American Association on Senior Citizens