News from Queens Community House

  • Queens Power Actions Influence State Housing Plan

    QCH is a member of Queens Power, a coalition of faith communities, social service organizations, and unions organizing to ensure a more just just and equitable borough for all residents. With rents skyrocketing across the borough, many working people, who have lived in Queens for genera

  • Community Matters: December 2023

    QCH is committed to serving the diverse neighborhoods of Queens every year, offering a support system to children, youth, adults, and older adults, helping them to develop the knowledge, confidence, and skills to change their lives for the better and become active participants in their larger com

  • Community Board 9 gifts over 400 toys in Ozone Park Community Board 9 gifts over 400 toys in Ozone Park | December 2023: Reliant on nothing but the kindness and generosity of Queens residents, Community Board 9 accomplished its goal of distributing hundreds of toys to families in Ozone Park on Sat

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Ginna Leyton

    "I was a teacher in Colombia for many years. When I came to the United States, I knew I wanted to stay committed to giving children the love, care, training, and guidance they deserve. I was excited when I got the opportunity to become a childcare provider with the Queens Childcare Network.

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Ken

    "A few months ago, I started to search for a rainbow-based senior center in Queens. My search immediately led me to the Queens Center for Gay Seniors (QCGS), and I've been going ever since. It's such a friendly and inclusive place.

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