Meet QCP’s Superstar – Kyrie

“He is now walking independently without a walker or a walking device … Kyrie is our superstar!” Born prematurely at 28 weeks – and weighing 3 lbs. 4 oz. – Kyrie began his life in NICU for three months. Now, at four years old, he is making strides that didn’t seem possible nearly a year ago when he first entered our APPLE Preschool program. Here we are able to provide… Read More

Congratulations to our TeamQCP NYC Marathon Runners!

From first time marathoners, to seasoned runners, to new friends and new records, Marathon Sunday (November 5th) was about showing the city what our little team of 13 is made of!  We are so proud of all our runners … YOU are an inspiration to all. Thanks to their dedication, TeamQCP has raised nearly $50,000 but they aren’t stopping there! There is STILL time to donate and help QCP in providing essential programs to men, women and… Read More

QCP’s “Expressions of Gratitude” Art Exhibit Opens at Resorts World NYC

Queens Centers for Progress is very excited to announce that we have once again partnered with Resorts World Casino NYC to have our individuals’ artwork on display at their Red Wall Gallery through the end of November. There will be 25 works of art displayed for guests to view. This year’s theme: Expressions of Gratitude Brushstrokes in warm fall colors combine with words of thanks, expressing gratitude for Thanksgiving, joy for their… Read More

Randy’s Journey: From Work Study to Success in the Kitchen

It’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and we’re happy to share this amazing story about one of our individuals. Check it out below! Randy is a young man who not only embraced every opportunity that came his way but also developed them into a flourishing career, in the heart of a rehab and nursing home. Randy’s story is a testament to the power of determination, hard work, and the… Read More

CP State Conference to Recognize QCP Staff

Queens Centers for Progress is so proud of our team players. The annual CP State Conference (this year’s football theme is “Tackling Tomorrow!”) is coming up and we are excited to share that QCP Staff – Chauncey B., Michael B., and Cyneatris S., – will receive recognition for their ongoing dedication and professionalism, and Ed W. (QCP’s Director of Operations) will receive the Natalie Rogers Employee of the Year Award.… Read More