The American Womens League is open to US citizens and ladies married to US citizens. Meetings are held during the last week of every month and include a buffet dinner and a guest speaker and/or presentation. A special Newcomers evening is held during the first period of every month. The AWL is heavily involved with EMAD (Education Makes A Difference), a group which is working on collecting educational material for schools throughout Iraq.
Association Francophonie, was established instead of the French Cultural Center. It is a library of approximately 18000 books and literature, DVDs, cassettes and videos. Many of the Association’s activities include film presentations, and various other exhibitions such as a Christmas Bazaar, Francophonie week, etc.Registration: 2258-2075
Aunkur (Bangladeshi) Cultural Yard
Australians & New Zealanders Associating In Kuwait (ANZAK)
ANZAK is not run by committee. It is a social group that meets on a regular basis and organises annual events including Australia Day, Waitangi day and ANZAC day. As neither Australia nor New Zealand have embassies in Kuwait the points of contact for ANZAK probe invaluable when consular queries are required.Contact: John Levins (Australians) or John Lawson (Kiwis)
Phone: 2371-7827 or 2532-1963 or 5563-3538 or 5575-4935
AWARE Center (Advocates For Arab-Western Relations)
The Advocate for Westerners-Arab Relations center (founded October 2003) is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-political organization working for promoting positive, constructive relations between Westerners and Arabs by organizing social activities and information services related to Arab and Islamic culture. Over the years, AWARE has built a reputation as a consistent, trusted, and reliable resource for westerners in Kuwait. The AWARE center is dedicated to become the cultural gateway for westerners to explore Arab/Islamic culture and civilization by facilitating social encounters, educational activities, dialogue, cultural exchange, and intercultural friendship.Directions: Surra, Block 3, Surra Street, Villa 84
Phone: 5533-5280 – Fax : 5335230
British Ladies Society Kuwait
Founded in 1993, the British Ladies Society provides British ladies living in Kuwait the opportunity to meet one another, form lasting friendships and learn more about the culture and customs of Kuwait. The BLS also invites women from other countries to join the Society through the Associate Membership program.
Canadians In Kuwait
Canadians in Kuwait is a non-profit organization that is open to all nationalities. The CiK hosts social evenings and fun filled events on a regular basis and celebrates traditional Canadians holidays throughout the year– a great way to built up a social network, make new friends and have fun! For more information on the CiK please visit our webpage or contact us below:Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.orgCIKQ8.com
Caribbean Association of Kuwait (CAK)
Caribbean Association of Kuwait (CAK)Contact: Mr. Lislie 9727-5721
Cercle Francophone de Koweit
Located in Mansouriah, the Cercle Francophone organizes cultural events and is an ideal venue to link with the French community in Kuwait.Contact: 2257-4803/4, 2533-9283 or 2562-9614.
Council Of Leaders Of Filipino Communities In Kuwait (COOL)
COOL, the Council of Leaders of Filipino Communities in Kuwait, is the coordinating council for all Filipino sports, regional, cultural, ethnic and religious organisations. Its aim is to promote harmonious relations among the Filipino communities in Kuwait.Contact: Chairman Efren Rivera 9953-5305
Ecuadorians In Kuwait (Ecuatorianos En Kuwait)
Are you Ecuadorian or married to an Ecuadorian? Who says you have to be alone on the other side of the world? Ladies & gentlemen from the middle of the world, meet us for breakfast, coffee, a book reading, or for a fun “farra!”
Filipino Cultural Club (FCC)
Filipino Cultural Club (FCC) promotes the cultural heritage of the Philippines and develops Philippino talents in Kuwait, by presenting dances, songs, plays and even painting workshops.Contact: President Maria Socorro Palacios Al-Ameri: 5325924 / 483663
German Speaking Cultural Association
All German speakers welcome, the association also has a monthly ladies’ coffee morning and an awesome Christmas Bazaar!
Address: P.O. Box 34229, Adaliya, Kuwait 73527
Indian Groups & Associations
There are TONS of groups & associations that are registered with the Indian Embassy in Kuwait! View the list HERE!
Kuwait Caledonian Society
The Kuwait Caledonian Society promotes Scottish cultural and social activities in Kuwait. Annual formal functions include the Caledonian Ball, St. Andrews Night and Robbie Burns Night when musicians from Scotland are flown to Kuwait. Less formal functions include the disco and Ceilidh. Bagpipe and dancing lessons are available. The society raises money for charities in both Kuwait and Scotland.
Contact: Sam McCulloch
Kuwait Irish Society
The Kuwait Irish Society promotes Irish cultural and social activities in Kuwait. The main event on the annual social calendar is the St. Patricks Day Ceilidh. Irish plays are presented annually and music and dancing lessons are available.Phone: Aidan Byrne 66081378 or Catherine Lewis 94430847
Kuwait Sri Lanka Cultural Association
The Kuwait Sri Lanka Cultural Association is for all Sri Lankans in Kuwait and meets regularly at the Sri Lankan Embassy. The Association undertakes charitable works in Kuwait and in Sri Lanka, and organises cultural activities such as stage shows and arts festivals.Contact: Mr. Karannagoda 2483-3819
Kuwait Welsh Society
The Kuwait Welsh Society promotes Welsh cultural and social activities in Kuwait.Contact: Mike Morris
Phone: 2390-4908 Ext 346
OLEK (Association of Latin American & Spanish Ladies in Kuwait)
Organización de Latinas en Kuwait (OLEK)
Polish Cultural Society
The Polish Cultural Society (PCS) exists to promote Kuwaiti-Polish friendship. It provides social, cultural and sporting activities, as well as a library and information service, for the Polish community in Kuwait. All Poles and persons interested in Poland are cordially invited. For more info kindly contact: 2251-3704.
Social South Africans In Kuwait
Phone: 9722-2134 or 2571-3389
South African Expats In Kuwait
A Place for South Africans living in Kuwait to share experiences, photos, give advice, buy and sell and meet fellow Saffers. Missing rugby, boerwors, biltong, Mrs Balls, Castle, Simba chips, Spur? We all do, but we make the best of it: There’s Nandos, Butcher Shop & Grill & The Meat Company and about 1,000 Saffers in Kuwait. All welcome to join and add photos from S.A. and Kuwait and create events and post discussions. Even if you not South African but are friends of South Africans you welcome to join us!
Yahoo Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sosa-q8/
TIES is the leading non-political NGO serving English speakers with a variety of services (Arabic Course, Cultural Tours, Reference Library, Social Events, Islamic Information, Cooking Classes). Stop in! Have coffee in our cafe! Meet our friendly English-speaking staff! Get answers to questions regarding Kuwait/Islam and even get information on how to live in a Muslim community. We offer a variety of courses and social events! Come, get to know us.
Location: Villa No 67, Street 413, Block 4, Shuhada Area, Kuwait
Are you a UGANDAN living and working in Kuwait? Would you like to get in touch with other Ugandans in Kuwait both socially and professionally? We would like to invite you to register with the UGANDANS IN KUWAIT (UIK) association, an informal organization of Ugandans living and working in Kuwait. This association is voluntary. It is designed to create a forum for Ugandans in Kuwait to foster a sense of community, to communicate more effectively with each other and to encourage Ugandans out here to work together. We are also planning a celebration to mark 50 years of Ugandan’s Independence this year. If you have any questions regarding this then please send an email to email@example.com.