On June 11, QCH attended the Queens Power Kick-off Assembly, which took place at First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, Queens. The newly-formed coalition organizes and unites community partners in Queens to create positive change in our communities.
On June 5, the most recent graduating class of the Queens Connect Young Adult Food Sector Initiative was treated to a very special keynote speech from Black Label Donuts founder and Queens native Richard Eng.
Every Spring, our Beacon programs partner with local organizations to offer free community health fairs for our families. Fairs typically include resource tables, dental and vision screenings, blood pressure screenings, and other health-related offerings.
Chandel Brown is a teacher and 32-year veteran of the international Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. As a member of the Queens Chapter, Chandel dedicates hours of voluntary services to assisting youth, supporting organized charities, and promoting legislation for social and civic change.To fulfi
While many Queens residents will spend this weekend reveling in pink blossoms and sunshine, thousands of homebound seniors will remain indoors, removed from picnics, family outings and much-needed Vitamin D. As a result, seasonal depression, termed ‘sunshine blues’ in spring, may