QCP Business Meeting Mixer Happy Hour

In celebration of our third anniversary of QCP’s Business Meeting Mixer – a group QCP virtually began in March 2020 as a way to help our business associates stay connected during the business shutdown – we held a Happy Hour Networking event at LIC Bar to bring our group members (old and new) together before the summer festivities begin. Since its humble beginnings, the group has grown to include a… Read More

QCP Founder, Natalie Katz Rogers, Passes Away

Our founder, role model and mentor, Natalie Katz Rogers, passed away peacefully in her Florida residence on Sunday, May 7, at 103 years old. Despite her age, Natalie continued to be a powerhouse for the IDD community and was actively involved on QCP’s Board of Directors until the age of 101. Since 1950 – when Natalie and other concerned parents in the community found QCP – she advocated for people… Read More

QCP’s Night Out at Citi Field

Thanks to our partnership with the New York Mets, Queens Centers for Progress staff and program participants were invited to Citi Field to enjoy a night out at the stadium. Although our local team lost, everyone in attendance had an AMAZIN’ time!

Keller Williams Partners with QCP for Red Day

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

Evening of Fine Food Recap with QPTV

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