Queens Centers for Progress Gala a Grand Celebration of Summer and Gratitude

JAMAICA, NEW YORK, JUNE 28, 2018 — More than 250 guests gathered at Terrace on the Park in Corona, Queens for Queens Centers for Progress’ (QCP’s) Annual Gala. The festive event, held on June 27th raised over $90,000, benefitting the nonprofit agency’s programs and services for developmentally disabled individuals. Spirits were high at the lively reception, as guests enjoyed the sounds of The Rockinghams, and a performance from ballroom dancers from Destination… Read More

Resorts World Casino NYC Hosts QCP Art Exhibit

  Resorts World Casino New York City hosted an exhibit from June 1 through July 31 of more than thirty paintings and drawings created by people with developmental disabilities. The artwork was on display for the public in the Red Wall Art Gallery, at the Times Square and Fifth Avenue levels. The artists are all participants or residents at Queens Centers for Progress, one of the largest non-profit agencies in… Read More

QCP’s “THE GIVING GARDEN” Opens At Bellerose, Queens Facility

  Jamaica, New York, June 11, 2018– A quarter-acre plot at Queens Centers for Progress (QCP) Bellerose Campus was transformed into a beautiful produce garden that will be tended by individuals with developmental disabilities who live at QCP residences and attend its programs. There was an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the Giving Garden on June 14th at 10:30 AM. Representatives from the various corporate-sponsor teams that have contributed to… Read More


  JAMAICA, NEW YORK, JULY 5, 2018 − Queens Centers for Progress (QCP) presented the first annual “Getting It Done” award to QCP staff. QCP also awarded the first “Frank & Theresa Armano Award of Excellence.” The award ceremony took place on July 10, at 3PM, at QCP’s Adult Center located at 81-15 164th Street, Jamaica. NATALIE ROGERS “GETTING IT DONE” AWARD The “Getting It Done” award celebrates the work… Read More

Giving Garden Bears Fruit At Bellerose

Beautiful things are growing at QCP’s Bellerose campus. Through the joint efforts of QCP, The Home Depot Foundation, Team Depot and the NY Restoration Project, QCP will soon have its first “Giving Garden.” The half-acre plot at Bellerose will deliver a year-long bounty of home-grown vegetables, and be a space to relax and enjoy the flowers and decorative planting. QCP program participants will have the opportunity, not only to sample… Read More