Gay City News: City Budget Includes Broad Increase in Funding for LGBTQ Initiatives | July 2021: The $99 billion city budget for 2022 is bringing additional funding to a range of LGBTQ-related initiatives, including programs geared towards trans healthcare, LGBTQ curriculum in sc
QNS.com: Queens Community House navigates through COVID-related hurdles for summer youth program | July 2021: Although COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted throughout the borough, continued concerns have presented obstacles for Queens Community House (QCH) as they work toward t
QNS.com: Queens Community House Hosts 22nd Annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference | May 2021: More than 70 young women presented the workshops they had been working on for months to family, friends, colleagues and attendees last Saturday as part of Queens Community House
Queens Gazette: QCH’s Annual Spring Celebrating Local Champions Reception | April 2021: Join Queens Community House (QCH) for their annual spring Celebrating Local Champions Reception. Meet your Forest Hills and Rego Park neighbors on May 19, 6 pm on Zoom.
Yahoo Finance: Morgan Stanley Strategy Challenge to Benefit 12 Nonprofit Organizations in the U.S. and UK | March 2021: Annual pro bono volunteer program has delivered more than 108,800 service hours valued at over $16.6 million to 142 nonprofits since 2009
Patch: Forest Hills Business and Church Join Forces to Host Chocolate-Co | March 2021: For the love of sweet treats, great bargains, and a nonprofit that provides social services at 32 Queens sites in 14 neighborhoods, two historic Forest Hills agencies will host a spec
Queens Eagle: Queens Community House Purchases Long-Time Forest Hills Headquarters | February 2021: One of Queens’ largest community-based organizations has purchased its Forest Hills headquarters, allowing the agency to upgrade a facility that serves hundreds of children, t
QNS: Op-Ed: In Queens, mental health support is all around you | February 2021: When you hear people talking about whether ThriveNYC should be cut – and with political campaigns already heating up, you might – know what that would mean for Queens residents: cutting the menta