WMA Vision is to have a strong community to preserve our cultural heritage and community values
Whittlesea Malayalee Association (WMA) is a cultural community formed in 2009 and transformed into an association in 2017 by like-minded people representing the tradition and rich heritage of God’s own country, Kerala. WMA is a registered non- profit organisation of Keralite’s residing in Whittlesea City council and neighbouring Suburbs. Our aim is to preserve and maintain our culture and traditions and to help our community in integrating with wider Australian community, while maintain our values and cultural identity.
Our aim is to preserve and maintain our culture and traditions and to help ourcommunity in integrating with wider Australian community, while maintain our values and cultural identity.
As a Registered Charity, the main objective of the association is to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Whittlesea council and surrounding areas without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, and race or of political, religious or other opinions. By associating we can work together to provide each other facilities with the interests of social welfare, recreation and leisure-time activities to improve our life conditions.
WMA is planning to conduct numerous cultural programmes, Arts and sports activities throughout the year for all age groups. Association provides various opportunities and encourages its members to participate and take leadership in all activities to enhance their skills and talents. WMA provides a forum for the Malayalee’s residing in and around Whittlesea to meet and expand their friendship and exchange their views and artistic talents and cultural heritage.