The KMCC (Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre) is a global organization of expatriates from the South Indian state of Kerala and it was formed in 1968. KMCC has today become the largest expatriate cultural organization in the world and promoting Muslim folklore, other artistically performance of Kerala Muslims and Islamic culture and heritage. KMCC has branches in USA, Singapore, Malaysia, UK, Kuwait, KSA, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, Sultanate of Oman and many more countries. KMCC works in the interests of expats from all over India, not just Kerala, and is known for its humanitarian and philanthropic activities all these 45 years.

It is noteworthy that KMCC always stands to preserve the communal harmony and to promote the peace and tolerance among the society. Social responsibility towards the society and the fellow human beings is what KMCC always bears in mind while reaching out to the masses. Generosity and magnanimity plays a dominant role in KMCC's vision and KMCC is engaged in various charity and relief activities.

Abu Dhabi expatriates from Mattul (a beautiful village surrounded by Arabian Sea & Lakes in Kannur District in Kerala, South India) had formed a KMCC Branch in 2005. It is called Abu Dhabi Mattul Panchayat Committee. Like the parent organization Mattul unit has also carried out a number of notable charitable activities since its inception in 2005.

Our Vision
With generosity and magnanimity and the inspirational path shown by Great Leaders, reach out to the needy & less privileged in the society and render helping hand to enhance the less fortunate & support them by all means.

Our Mission
Unite the abilities of the community to make it more useful to uplift them in the social, educational and cultural fields within the limits of the prevailing laws and regulations of UAE.

Our Values

  • Generosity & Magnanimity
  • Loyalty & Transparency
  • Teamwork & Collaboration
  • Honesty & Commitment