Target shoppers in Queens, QCH is participating in the Target circle program. That means you can vote for us and help direct Target’s giving to benefit individuals and families we serve in Queens. Vote by March 31.
On March 4, I.S. 145 welcomed QCH to its Immigrant Family Resource Fair in Jackson Heights. The fair was organized by I.S. 145 with support from State Senator Jessica Ramos and Assemblymember Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas.
It doesn’t need to be February for us to reflect on Black History. In recognition of #BlackHistoryMonth and #CareerExplorationMonth, QCH Youth Workforce Services has a fantastic panel of leaders throughout the city who can inspire us and the communities we work with.
As part of QCH's ongoing commitment to building intergenerational relationships within the Queens community, we hosted our first-ever intergenerational table tennis competition at the Forest Hills Community Center on February 22.
Our Beacon Community Center at PS 149 offers a balanced mix of high-quality educational, recreational, and cultural activities to students. In February, they celebrated the Lunar New Year and Black History Month through art.
QCH offers an array of activities that promote good mental and physical health for our neighbors. On February 6, we started our Family Fun Salsa Class at the Forest Hills Community Center (108-25 62nd Drive).
About 400 Queens residents gathered to celebrate the Lunar New Year at our older adult center. The events were held at QCH’s Rego Park Older Adult Center, Pomonok Older Adult Center, and Forest Hills Older Adult Center.
On Tuesday, January 31 at 7pm, join us for a fun and informative conversation between youth of QCH's Neighborhood Intergenerational Chore and Errand (NICE) program and seniors about the importance of resilience.