Sapna NYC invites you to come meet with New York City’s Small Business Services recourse partners and talk one on one with experts to learn how you can grow your business or start a new business today! This FREE event will introduce you to local city agencies and partners who provide support to build immigrant owned businesses in New York City.
Sapna NYC recently received a grant from the Communities of Color Nonprofit Stabilization Fund (CCNSF). This grant will support a variety of marketing and communication initiatives that will help Sapna NYC share its mission and expand our audience. Sapna NYC will use the CCNSF grant for staff training on communication tools and marketing.
Sapna NYC’s first group of children from our health program, CHALO, has come to a finish. CHALO stands for Children’s Health Action to Lower Obesity, and means “Let’s Go!” is a program in which mothers with a high risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and their children (those aged 8-14) learn about healthy eating habits and lifestyle changes that can lead to better health. The program was developed as culturally appropriate means of combating the high incidence of obesity and weight related health problems in the South Asian community. In the children’s component the final project was each child had […]
SAPNA NYC transforms the lives of South Asian immigrant women by improving physical and mental health, expanding economic opportunities and building a collective voice for change.