Declare your commitment to ending violence against girls and women. Support Manavi’s programs and services by making an online donation. Manavi exists because you care to contribute. Read more…
Manavi’s membership is open to all regardless of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, religion, abilities, and national origin. Be a member, let your voice be heard. Read more…
Ashiana is Manavi’s safe home for women and their children who are displaced by violence. Here, women can prepare to become independent and self sufficient. Read more…
Manavi maintains a depository of publications and reference lists to inform advocacy and research. We believe such free exchange of knowledge will strengthen social change work. Read more…
With a mission of ending violence against women, Manavi works with South Asian survivors of violence.
Attend the volunteer orientation to learn more about Manavi’s work, services and how you can make an impact in the community.
Volunteer Orientation on February 25, 2017; 10AM – 12PM
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Manavi’s Annual Dinner
We are happy to announce Manavi is turning 32 years old! Come celebrate with us at our Annual Dinner. You will have the opportunity to meet the wonderful staff and volunteers who work hard to achieve Manavi’s mission from inception; Ending violence of all forms against women.
Please click here to purchase your tickets to our Annual Dinner.
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August: Click here
March, 2016: Click here
May, 2016: Click here
Needed volunteer who is fluent in Sylheti to assist in community outreach in Paterson, NJ as well as interpretation for advocates
In 2014, the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators (“NAVAA”) awarded Manavi a National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Community Awareness Project grant (“NCVRW CAP”) for 2015. With the help of the NCVRW CAP grant, Manavi has designed a tote bag, pen, and two posters on the rights of victims to raise awareness in the South Asian American community. The posters utilize South Asian themes and cultural sensibilities and list victims’ rights in five South Asian languages: English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, and Gujarati. The posters are available free of cost to all. You could download copies of the posters and print it yourself. If you would like copies mailed to you, please contact us. To download posters, please click: English-Hindi-Bengali; English-Urdu-Gujarati.