HEALTH SERVICES &
As community health advocates, we help you know about benefits available to you.
We run free English and computer classes to teach you the skills you need to succeed.
We are #QueensStrong!
Thank you so much to everyone who supported #QueensStrong! And thank you so much to everyone who has so generously donated in support of our work. We are truly grateful. If you missed the show, you can watch it below.
We especially thank the wonderful people who lent their time and talents to #QueensStrong: Arun Ramamurthy, Trina Basu, and Brooklyn Raga Massive Roopa Mahadevan and the Navatman Music Collective Sarina Jain and Masala Bhangra Sendhil Ramamurthy Sree Sreenivasan Suketu Mehta, and Zarna Garg! A big thanks to all of the elected officials who have supported us and continue to do so: Daniel Dromm, Council member, 25th District Peter Koo, Council member, 20th District Sharon Lee, Queens Borough President Grace Meng, Congresswoman, 6th District Nily Rozic, New York State Assemblywoman, 25th District, and The New York City Council for supporting SACSS Building project. Huge thanks to our generous sponsors: The Ramesh and Kalpana Bhatia Family Foundation Guru Krupa Foundation Michael Becker and Tee Scatuorchio Flushing Bank TV Asia. And finally, thank you to the Queens community, whose resilience and strength continues to amaze us. Together, we are #QueensStrong.
South Asian Council for Social Services
143-06 45th Avenue, Flushing, New York 11355
(718) 321-7929 | email@example.com
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SACSS was created in 2000 with a mission to empower and integrate underserved South Asians and other immigrants into the economic and civic life of New York. We assist individuals and families in the areas of healthcare access, senior services, other benefits and civic engagement. We provide basic and advanced English and computer classes. SACSS runs the only South Asian food pantry in New York. All of our programs are free and are provided by culturally competent staff members who speak Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Nepali, Tamil, Telugu, and Spanish.
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