Saturday, October 15 2022
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Our mission is to build, preserve and promote an enthusiastic, active and supportive community among the Nepalis and friends of Nepal in the state of Minnesota. Thus, strengthening the bond of friendship and co-operation.
News and Events
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Project Coordinator to help organize and coordinate projects for the Association of Nepalis in Minnesota. The project coordinator will work part-time, 15 to 20 hours per week. This role is responsible for coordinating ANMN’s current projects and programs including upcoming scheduled events, educational and professional development programs, (more…)
This Thursday, April 21, we’re joining leaders from the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans along with fellow Asian American communities in Minnesota to celebrate API Day at the State Capitol. We invite the Nepali community to help us build visibility and represent Nepal. Our presence will remind government leaders that we are part of the (more…)
We invite all community members and our friends to join us in celebrating Nepali New Year 2079 B.S. It is an opportunity to reconnect in person with old friends and make new friends. Please RSVP using the link below to help us estimate the food http://evite.me/jYGk2Bf7De वर्षको त्यो दिन फेरि आएकोछ l आउनुहोस्, एएनएमएन(ANMN)को (more…)
We are pleased to announce that ANMN was a recipient of the Minnesota Asian Power grant from the Asian American Organizing Project (AAOP), a non-partisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2013. AAOP works to empower young Asian Minnesotans to create systems change for an equitable, conscious, and just society. The grant is part of AAOP’s ongoing effort (more…)
It is my immense pleasure to serve as the President of the Association of Nepalis in Minnesota (ANMN). We strive for preserving our cultures and strengthening bonds of friendship so that everyone can live a good life. Taking an opportunity of auspicious annual festival Dashain (“Mhening” in my native language), I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to you all.
After the election was postponed in May, the 2020-2021 board graciously extended it’s term until some normalcy returned in our lives. Elections were held, and new executive board members have been announced. Watch this space as we share more information about our new leaders, and what their vision is for the future of ANMN.