Dear Boston Friends & Family:
Our "New England American Foundation" (NEBAF) is sponsoring the Mobile Consulate General of Bangladesh from New York who will be coming to Boston to provide passport services such as renew Bangladeshi passports, visas, NVR, Dual Nationality & Attestations.
Please feel free to forward this information to your friends and family. Please note, Chowdhury Sultana Perveen, Consul/HOC will supervise the event.
Please note: ** YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO APPLY FOR A NEW BANGLADESHI PASSPORT**
For forms and information, please visit http://www.bdcgny.org/
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: Kennedy Longfellow School, 158 Spring St, Cambridge, MA 02141
Date: Sunday, May 21, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Place: 364 Rindge Avenue, Community Room, Cambridge, MA 02140
More more information, please contact 617-953-1247 and 978-235-1771
For more information contact- 01711005035, 01714135280
A musical fund raising charity program for Rohingya victims on Thursday February 22, 2018 at Chhayanaut Dhanmondi, Dhaka, with Kamalini Mukherji and Ali Mahmud.
Four major projects run by NEBAF
Director (Public Relation
& Event Management)
Qamar Al Nahar
Director (Social Welfare
& Community Services)
My aim is to bring changes for the betterment of the immigrant communities from Bangladesh and it's neighboring countries. Under my leadership, NEBAF is to increase its focus on outreach activities with the local government and private organizations. We will identify needs, bridge any gaps, and expedite solutions.
As NEBAF is growing and expanding, I'd like to initiate more projects on an international level. We hope to co-operate and co-ordinate with our friends in India, Nepal, and other neighboring countries. And build a culture of trust and confidence among ourselves.
With the approval of the chairperson, ED will call meetings of the foundation. He/ she will prepare and keep preceeding of meetings, preserve files, documnets, letters etc of the foundation in custody and assist the chairperson in executing his/ her organizational duties.
06 May 2017
PohelaBaishakh, the first day of the Bangla year 1424, was celebrated in Boston, USA by NEBAF
14-15 May 2016
NEBAF proudly organized Bengali New Year, Trade Fair & Cultural Festival 2016 in Boston, USA
09 May 2015
PohelaBaishakh, the first day of the Bangla year 1422, was celebrated in Boston, USA by NEBAF
25-27 April 2014
NEBAF celebrated boishakhi festival 1421 in Boston, USA during the year 2014. The three day event was a grand success.
NEBAF's Mission and Objectives
Tax ID 331165369
New England Bangladeshi American Foundation (NEBAF) is a non-profit, voluntary, non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-political forum organized exclusively in order to serve cultural, educational, social and charitable purposes of the Bangladeshi and other communities of the neighborhood countries including Nepal, India, Pakistan, sri-Lanka and Bhutan.
The foundation promotes understanding and appreciations of social, cultural and ethnic customs prevalent in Bangladesh and neighboring countries among all the people regardless of age, color, creed, race, gender, religion or national origin.
NEBAF provides assistance, guidance and counsel to our new immigrants over all community issues with actions like education, helping with obtaining employment, solving housing problems, learning english, healthcare services to uninsured and low income families, to avail appropriate public benifit guidance, citizenship examinations, scholarships to needy but talented students.
The membership of the foundation is open to individual
A) General Member: A person with Bangladeshi origin or coming from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri-Lanka or Bhutan or his/ her spouse or children aged 18 years old or more and living in New England area of the USA will be eligible for general membership of NEBAF. To be registered as a member he/she has to apply to chairperson along with the requisite fee, the amount of which can be fixed or modified by the authority from time to time. A general member will cease to continue membership if he/ she takes residency out of New England area.
B) Guest Member: The chairperson may accept and register a person as a guest member whose native country is other than those mentioned above, when he/ she applies for membership along with the necessary fee. The guest member will have the right to attend general meetings and participate in discussion but will not have the right to vote for or against any issue.
C) Student Member: Any full-time student originating from the countries mentioned in section (a) may be considered for student membership if he/ she applies to the chairperson with a fee of half the amount fixed for general membership. A student member will enjoy the right of voting.
D) Honorary Member: The board of directors may award Honorary Membership to distinguished person coming from any country who have exceptional ability in the field of arts, science or any other subject or are performing outstanding community and philanthropic services. Honorary member will continue throughout lifetime of the member concerned. Honorary Members will not have the right to vote.
E) Membership Fee: Applicants for all categories of membership except Honorary Members will be addressed to the chairperson with a fee of $10.00 (ten dollars) for General and Guest Membership and $5.00 (five dollars) for Student Membership.
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