We will soon be offering online ESL courses.
Coming early 2018. Stay Tuned!
We are hosting this year’s Turkey Drive for families who cannot afford the traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Come and support our cause November 18-22, 2017.
If you would like to donate any food items, turkeys or monetary contributions, please contact us on how you can do so.
Join us for this year’s Toy Drive and help us bring joy to the children this holiday season.
Any donations of unwrapped toys or monetary contributions will be most appreciated.
December 18-22, 2017
Since 1993, DAS has responded to the educational, social and cultural challenges that have hindered the development of the low-income, immigrant communities
We provide legal and immigration services that benefit our community throughout New York City. We partner with organizations and prominent lawyers to organize seminars and assistance to our community members throughout...
Dominico-American Society of Queens has been involved with many community based projects focusing on Adult literacy and job training. Your support and donations will help us to organize various projects to...
Since 1993 Dominico-American Society of Queens has been active in youth development by educating elementary, middle and high school students and adults from low-income and immigrant communities. Our teachers and volunteers...
We at Dominico-American Society of Queens offer U.S. Citizenship Classes for all our community members throughout New York metropolitan area.
The Dominico-American Society of Queens (DASQ) is a community-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1993 to improve the quality of life in the NYC community.
Originally founded to serve the needs of residents living in Queens county, DASQ has evolved over two decades to serve the needs of families located throughout New York City. It has since become a comprehensive and multi-service organization.
Services provided are Adult Literacy and Job training, Legal and Immigration Services, Citizenship Classes and Youth Development as well as Referrals.
We serve thousands of individuals and families each year. Those served include recipients of public assistance, the unemployed and underemployed, dislocated workers, senior citizens, at-risk youth and school drop-outs, and the physically disabled. Immigrants from 140 different countries, speaking 138 different languages, come to the U.S. in search of the American Dream. We try to help those failing or struggling to achieve that dream.
The Dominico-American Society of Queens will be hosting the annual Toy Drive for children of low-come families. Help us bring joy to these...
Come celebrate Dominican Heritage Month with us February 28, 2018! Indulge in Dominican festivities, music and food. Celebration will be hosted at La...
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