Every second Thursday of May, Keller Williams agents, leadership members, and associates step away from daily business duties, proudly donning their red KW gear, and venture into the communities they serve with three goals in mind: renew, energize, donate. Widely known as RED Day, this annual day of service took shape in May 2009 in celebration of Keller Williams board member, Mo Anderson’s, birthday. Fifteen years later, it continues to… Read More
QCP’s 27th Annual “Evening of Fine Food” Draws 500+, Honors Chefs of the Year, and Presents Claire Shulman Spirit of Community Award Queens Centers for Progress brought together more than 500 people for the 27th annual “Evening of Fine Food” on February 28, an evening celebrating community, resilience, and the value of giving. The in-person event at Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens, raised more than $120,000 to support… Read More
On Saturday, April 29th QCP staff, families, program participants, avid runners and Queens Borough President, Donovan Richards, took Kissena Park by storm … literally! Despite the cold, windy, and rainy weather, over 100 dedicated individuals showed up to RUN, WALK or ROLL 3.1 miles in support of QCP and – thanks to our generous food sponsors – were treated to hot coffee, hot cocoa, and an array of delicious treats… Read More
Throughout April, our 164th Street DayHab Program participants worked hard in fundraising for their team for our annual Footsteps for Progress 5K Run/Walk/Roll. Our individuals hosted a flea market and sold wall hangers. While raising funds they worked on daily day skills such as, money management, socialization, team building and many more. What an amazing job by everyone involved!
Thanks to our on-going partnership with the St. John’s University Women’s Track and Field Team, our TeamQCP Program Participants enjoyed a day of FUN and EXERCISE with the team during their 2023 Community Service Week mid-April. Thanks to the SJU Women’s Track and Field Team and coaches, QCP’s individuals continue to benefit from the spirit of SPORTSMANSHIP and CAMARADERIE, while bolstering their self-esteem, and personal achievement.