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Queens Eagle: FreshDirect is providing free food to Queens residents in need

FreshDirect is providing free food to Queens residents in need | March 24, 2020: Online grocer FreshDirect has begun a month-long initiative to provide free food for Queens residents beset by the COVID-19 health and economic crises.

Gay City News: What’s Closed, What’s Still Available in LGBTQ Health & Social Services

What’s Closed, What’s Still Available in LGBTQ Health & Social Services | March 16, 2020: While New York City’s bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, and other entertainment establishments have been ordered shut down due to the coronavirus, some community and health centers

Queens Chronicle: DOE reveals names on diversity panel

DOE reveals names on diversity panel | February 20, 2020: A backlash from parents has produced a new plan for the city to begin diversifying schools in central and Southeast Queens.

Queens Chronicle: Employers want to hire senior citizens

Employers want to hire senior citizens | February 13, 2020:  Having a few gray hairs and some wrinkles does not necessarily mean you’re no longer viable in the work force. In fact, in many instances, it’s the perfect calling card.

Queens Chronicle: Queens Community House granted 1.4M

Queens Community House granted 1.4M | December 26, 2019: Queens Community House has been awarded $1.4 million in economic and community development funding through the New York State Regional Economic Development Council initiative.

Sunnyside Post: City Awards $19 million to Community Groups to Boost 2020 Census Participation, Many in Queens

City Awards $19 million to Community Groups to Boost 2020 Census Participation, Many in Queens | December 13, 2019: A number of Queens-based groups will receive funding from a new $19 million community awards program that focuses on census-related education and organizing.

QNS: City awards $19 million in census funds to community outreach programs, many in Queens

City awards $19 million in census funds to community outreach programs, many in Queens | December 11, 2019:  Chhaya CDC, a Jackson Heights- and Richmond Hill-based organization is one of the winning groups that will share the $19 million Complete Count Fund, the city’s

Patch: Queens Borough President Candidates Say They'll Revamp The Role

Queens Borough President Candidates Say They'll Revamp The Role | November 25, 2019: The six candidates for Queens borough president want to convince voters that the largely ceremonial position can be more than just a figurehead.

QNS: Queens borough president candidates promise to increase community board diversity

Queens borough president candidates promise to increase community board diversity | November 27, 2019: The six declared candidates for Queens borough president may have very different objectives for the office, but according to a recent candidates forum, they all have one thing i

Value Walk: Queens Community House launches family literacy initiative

Queens Community House launches family literacy initiative | November 26, 2019: Almost 20 years ago, Rebecca Lew came into Queens Community House (QCH) to take a free computer class.

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