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Sapna NYC Inc

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Sapna NYC is a not for profit organization transforming the lives of South Asian immigrant women by improving health, expanding economic opportunities, creating social networks, and building a collective voice for change. We recognize that women are the backbone of our families and that by empowering women, we are impacting whole families and uplifting entire communities. We strive to increase access for the women in our community – access to services, access to knowledge and information, access to systems, and access to pathways for social mobility.

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EIN 26-3124969
Services to Promote the Independence of Specific Populations
2348 Waterbury Ave 1st Fl. Bronx, NY 10462
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1.17 yrs
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Donation History

May 20, 2021$25,000.00COVID-19 relief and recovery work for the basic needs of the community and ensuring a more equitable pandemic recovery.