Our food pantries are seeing a surge in demand as the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to devastate Queens, and beyond. Millions of families have been thrust into an uncertain economic future, unsure of where their next meal will come from.
On February 3, Queens Community House (QCH) partnered with local businesses to host its first-ever Job Shadowing Week, a new initiative designed to expose at-risk youth (ages 16 to 24) to untraditional career paths.
QUEENS, NEW YORK (December 20, 2019) – Queens Community House (QCH) has been awarded $1.4M in economic and community development funding through the New York State Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative.
Queens Community House is excited to announce our partnership with Forest Hills Stadium, the legendary sporting and entertainment venue, and transportation network Lyft, to help local seniors meet their important transportation needs.
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.