Evening of Fine Food a tremendous Success

Thank you to everyone who made this year’s event the mist successful Fine Food Ever! Thank you to our Chef’s of the Year- Rhonda Binda and Thomas Rudzewick and our Claire Shulman Spirit of Community Award Winner Drew Kerr. Thank you to the generous sponsors who shattered all previous records: Veronica Tsang , GrubHub, Long Island Employee Benefits Group Ltd., Maspeth Federal Savings & Loan, Mutual of America, Gerald J.… Read More

QCP’s Giving Garden Continues to Flourish

QCP’s Giving Garden had the help of special guests last month to get it ready for the summer season. Individuals from Transitional Services for New York, came to help clean out the 11 raised beds, walkways, and seating area. Together with the individuals from QCP’s Day Services Program they tilled the soil, raked out the beds and planted peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, and a variety of herbs for the Giving Garden’s Fourth Season.… Read More

2020 Home Depot Campaign

QCP would like to express our deep gratitude to The Home Depot and their vendors for their generous contributions to the 2020Fundraising Drive 2020 Event E-Journal Download the full Journal HERE      

QCP Appreciates their Donors

Thank You to Our Friends, Families & Constituents For Supporting QCP’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund and Life-Enriching Programs On behalf of the 1200 men, women, and children we provide support and services to on a daily basis, we would like to thank the following individuals and businesses. We are extremely grateful to YOU, our loyal supporters, for the generous outpouring of support you have shown to our COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund… Read More

DeRosa Family donates hand-sewn masks to QCP’s Bellerose Campus

We would like to thank Robert DeRosa and Relief Society for providing masks for QCP staff, essential workers and residential program participants at our Bellerose campus. When Robert, the ecclesiastical leader for nine congregations for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Eastern Queens and Western Nassau County, was approached by Sister Stanford – head of Relief Society – about a special project, he challenged the organization to… Read More