Now more than ever, kids are requiring educational assistance in our communities. They need you in achieving their highest aspirations.
Since 1993, DAS has responded to the educational, social and cultural challenges that have hindered the development of the low-income, immigrant communities
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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...
The Dominico-American Society of Queens is a proud affiliate member of UnidosUS and a member of the Hispanic Federation. In helping to extend the services provided by both organizations, DASQ is...
Providing Access to Technology Technological advancement has allowed mass production of many devices that are on the market today. Virtually every person owns one of these devices, whether it’s a smartphone,...
Health issues are a main concern that need to be addressed in the United States and with about 1 million uninsured in the city of New York, many are in danger...
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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. We are a member of the Hispanic Federation and UnidosUS.
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.
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This year’s Affiliate of the Year Peer Exchange took place in Chula Vista, California as the Dominico-American Society of Queens (DASQ – Northeast UnidosUS Affiliate) attended the event to personally congratulate MAAC on its accolade as the affiliate of the year but also to...read More
It has been announced that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is due to terminate the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) designation to Salvadorans on September 9, 2019. This follows the DHS decision of TPS termination status to Nicaraguans for January 5, 2019. Affecting hundreds of...read More
Sunday’s Unity March for Puerto Rico demonstrated the will of the people to stand together during a desperate time of need for the island. With the administration’s handling of the situation, Puerto Rico continues to remain in a state of emergency. Power generation has...read More
For English La Agencia Federal Para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA, por sus siglas en inglés) y el gobierno de Puerto Rico anunciaron hoy una amplia variedad de opciones de vivienda para los residentes de Puerto Rico desplazados por los huracanes Irma y María....read More
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