On April 6, QCH partnered with Communities Resist, a non-profit that fights to protect low-income tenants in NYC from displacement and gentrification, to provide a Tenants’ Rights Workshop at the Forest Hills Community Center.
We love to see neighbors of all ages playing a part in getting out the vote! This week is Participatory Budgeting Vote Week, an opportunity for Queens neighbors to vote toward funding capital improvements to schools, parks, libraries, streets, and more.
Through our five alternative high school Learning to Work programs, QCH offers young adults academic and emotional support, counseling, career/college exploration and preparation, and paid internships that help students earn an income, gain professional experience, and test out pot
To help older adults in the Queens Community avoid identity theft and fraud, we welcomed M&T Bank at the Pomonok Older Adult Center to provide a financial literacy workshop on March 10. Pomonok residents gained valuable tips on preventing identity theft and warning signs.
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.