New York City Council: Speaker Adrienne E. Adams, Council Members, and Department for the Aging Announce Over $3 Million in Funding for Specialized Vehicles to Deliver Meals to Homebound Older New Yorkers | August 2022: New York City Council Speaker Adrienne E.
Queens Ledger: Program empowers locals with dementia | August 2022: The community of those living with dementia is often underestimated—due to the lack of representation and positivity surrounding the subject.
QNS.com: Queens Community House programs connects youth with valuable skills this summer | August 2022: The city’s expanded Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is benefiting teens and youth with various opportunities at Queens Community House (QCH), the Queens-b
Epicenter NYC: Seniors continue to be the most vulnerable in this new phase of Covid | August 2022: Food insecurity appears to be gearing up to be the next pandemic, and like with Covid-19, seniors are the most vulnerable population.
NYIC: Advocates Respond To Court Decision On Non-Citizen Voting Law | June 2022: In response in the Richmond County Supreme Court’s decision to invalidate the Our City, Our Vote law (Local Law 11-2022), which gave New Yorkers with legal permanent status or work authorization
Crain's New York Business: Insurers and CBOs team up to get baby formula to New Yorkers in need | June 2022: Health plans and community-based organizations are joining forces to help New Yorkers cope with the continuing infant formula shortage.
Queens Ledger: Queens Chamber hosts Business Expo | June 2022: More than 140 local businesses were represented at the Queens Chamber of Commerce annual Queens Business Expo last Wednesday at Citi Field.
QNS.com: QBP Richards holds Pride Month celebration at Borough Hall | June 2022: Queens Borough President Donovan Richards hosted his annual Pride Month celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community and leaders at Borough Hall Monday night.
NYN First Read: Queens Community House at City Hall for Just Pay Rally | May 2022: On May 25, over 100 nonprofit workers from Queens Community House (QCH), one of the borough’s largest social service organizations, rallied outside of City Hall with New York City nonprof