Indian Cultural Center of South Jersey (ICC) is one of a kind Center, which hosts variety of day to day activities, bigger community events and private parties. ICC opened its door to general public in Spring 2014 and it has become the hub of Indian Community. ICC provides a facility for the growing Indian community's need to carry out various cultural, religious, social and personal activities.ICC provides enviornment and facility to promote, develop, educate and safeguard Indian social values and cultural heritage. This includes providing leadership, organization, competition, communication, recognition, training and other resources to the Indian community for preservation, nourishment and advancement of Indian religious and social values, as well as to establish an Indian cultrual heritage for the generations to come. This project was started in 1980's when the leaders of India Temple Association (ITA) sought a bigger and better place to complement Cultural activities of Indian Community in Delaware Valley. ITA Cultural Center (ITA-CC) was officially formed in 1998. Since then various sites were considered until 2001, when current site received zoning board approval from Evesham Township.
On behalf of the Indian Cultural Center members ,board and executive committee, salute to all volunteers.