To promote the shared commitment of American Hindus to continually strengthen our American republic
The American Hindu Coalition (AHC) is an IRS 501(c)(4) nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization that
Promotes the Interests
of American Hindus and Americans who subscribe to Hindu enlightenment principles in the field of politics, public policy, legislation, and regulation
Builds Public Awareness
of the issues facing American Hindus and Americans who subscribe to Hindu enlightenment principles
Upholds the Shared
commitment of American Hindus for a more prosperous, safer, and a stronger America through a limited government and a strong national defense platform.
AHC will host a series of conferences, interactive work-shops, grassroots and media events to engage the public at large. We will undertake issue-advocacy as well as public discourse with a unique voice and innovative solutions, guided by Hindu enlightenment principles, which not only inspired America’s Founding Fathers, but also serve as the underpinning of the Constitution of the United States and American governance.
The Press Releases
AMERICAN HINDU COALITION MEETS WITH CONGRESSWOMAN BARBARA COMSTOCK
AHC supports potential Hindu American Supreme Court Nominee
AHC Women’s Caucus Launches Education Rights Advocacy Campaign Inspired by First Lady Melania Trump’s Be Best Call to Action
AMERICAN HINDU COALITION APPLAUDS PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH
American Hindu Coalition Releases Grassroots Immigration Reform
Holi Hai: American Hindu Coalition Welcomes Spring-2018 With A Friends & Family Membership Outreach Drive!
One of the fastest growing political advocacy groups in Washington DC, Senator Mark Warner congratulates AHC for it’s remarkable founding and first year journey
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American Hindu Coalition (AHC) is a not-for-profit corporation registered under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. For federal income tax purposes, contributions to AHC are not tax-deductible as a charity, but may be deductible as a business expense. Please consult a qualified accountant for guidance.