Punjabi Association of South Florida (PASF) was founded in October of 2003 as a non-profit cultural organization. The purpose of PASF is to promote and preserve the rich culture of Punjab through various festivals and programs. The mission of the Punjabi Association of South Florida is to create a more informed public, invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of the values and traditions of the Punjabi culture through art and community service. We connect the community through Punjabi folk dance and song. The Punjabi Association of South Florida has a long time presence in South Florida as a community- based, cultural organization.

Our eight member board is run by volunteers. The Punjabi Association of South Florida has over 100 members. Our programs are geared to attract all ages, ethnicities and populations. 

Our goal is to help foster cultural understanding and the appreciation of diverse Punjabi art forms. We aim to augment current cultural programs in the community and increases community access to multi-cultural programs. Our goal is to offer audiences the opportunity to experience live performances of Punjabi dance/music and introduce individuals not familiar with Indian folk tradition with the richness and professionalism of contemporary Indian performance founded in traditional Indian cultural elements.