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Who We Are
100 Hispanic Women

Accion New York

Aid for Aids

Alianza Dominicana

Alzheimer’s Association of Central New York

Amber Charter School

American Parkinson’s disease Association

Andrew Glover Youth Program

Asociación Benéfica cultural Padre Bellini

Aspira of New York, Inc

Association of Hispanic Mental Health Professionals

Audubon Partnership For Economic Development

Betances Health Center

Bronx Council for Economic Development

Buffalo General Hospital

Capital Area Pharmacist Society

Casita Maria Settlement House

Chautauqua County Office of the Aging

Children's Arts & Sciences Workshop

Coalition for Hispanic Family Services

Committee for Hispanic Children & Families

Communilife (formerly known as H.I.R.E.)

Community Association of Progressive Dominicans

Community Health Charities of Albany

Community Health Charities of New York City

Concerned Citizens of Queens

Cuban American National Council

Davidson Community Center

DeGraff Memorial Hospital

Dennelisse Corporation

Dia de la Mujer

Dominican Women's Development Center

East Harlem Council for Community Improvement

El Museo Del Barrio

El Puente

Emergency Nurse Association, Southern Tier Chapter

Epilepsy Coalition of New York State, Inc.

Epilepsy Foundation of America

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - NY

First Saturday In October, Inc.

Hispanic AIDS Forum

Hispanic Counseling Center

Hispanic Federation

Hispanos Unidos de Buffalo

Institute for Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly

Intar Theater

Inter-American College of Physicians and Surgeons

Inwood House

Italian-American Pharmacist Society

Judge Joseph A. Mattina Health Center

Kaleida Health Foundation

Latin American Integration Center (LAIC)

Latino Commission on AIDS

Latino Organization for Liver Awareness (LOLA)

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

Loisaida, Inc.

Lower East Side Peoples Federal Credit Union

Lupus Foundation, Genesee Valley Chapter

MANA - A National Latina Organization

Make the Road by Walking

Manufacturers Association of Central New York

Medical Society of New York State

Mental Health Association of Erie County

Mental Health Association of Onondaga County

Mercy Center

Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital

Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital

Monroe County Medical Association

Musica Against Drugs

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

National Hispanic Council on Aging

National Hispanic Medical Association – New York

National Kidney Foundation – New York Chapter

National Latina Health Network – New York

National Puerto Rican Coalition – New York

National Puerto Rican Forum

Neighborhood Enhancement for Training & Services

New York Council on Adoptable Children (COAC)

New York State Alliance of Information and Referral Systems

New York State Association of Family & Consumer Science Educators

New York State Conservation Council

New York State Council of Health-system Pharmacists

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth

PREGONES

PROMESA Systems Inc.

Pharmacists Association of Western New York

Pharmacists Society of the State of New York

Puerto Rican Action Board

Puerto Rican Association for Human Development

Puerto Rican Family Institute

Puerto Rican Legal Defense & Education Fund

Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre

Puerto Rican Youth Development And Resource Center

Rays of Hope

Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc.

Repertorio Español

Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (SEA)

South Bronx Action Group

South Bronx Mental Health Council

Southside United Housing Dev. Fund Corp. (Los Sures)

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council/RAICES

St Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse

St. Ann's Corner of Harm Reduction

Teatro Circulo

The Institute for Urban Family Health

Unitas Therapeutic Community

United Bronx Parents

United Way of Long Island

Urban Health Plan, Inc.

VIP Community Services

Violence Intervention Program

Westchester Hispanic Coalition

Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo

Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice

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