Make a Donation

Count Me In!!! I want to help by providing a person with a disability the chance to learn, communicate and be more independent. I would also like to help improve the quality of life for individuals that benefit from Queens Centers for Progress’ programs.

Corporate and foundation grants and individual contributions have been a source of support since our inception over 60 years ago. We are grateful to those who have generously supported us in the past.

Every Gift Counts - Large or small - will help us obtain needed equipment and defray costs of educational and therapeutic services for children and adults with disabilities. Please choose how you would like to make your donation.


You may use this donation form.

By Mail

Make a check payable to Queens Centers for Progress and mail to:
Queens Centers for Progress
81-15 164th Street
Jamaica, NY 11432

You may also use this mail in form

By Phone

Call 718-380-3000 Ext. 325

Please contact Wendy Phaff, Director of Development if you have any questions.

Turn Old Clothes into Needed Funds

Queens Centers for Progress offers you a convenient way to dispose of your unwanted clothes, toys, dishes and other used household items and generate needed funds for our programs for the developmentally disabled.

Just call (718) 495-3034 Monday through Friday and a pickup will be made at your home! Clothes can be left outside so there is no need to wait at home for the truck. All proceeds generated will benefit QCP.

(You will receive a tax-deductible receipt.)

Donating your old car to QCP could create a tax deduction.  Plus, you’ll be helping us – the funds generated when we sell it to a responsible broker will go to help us in our vital work helping developmentally disabled people lead more fulfilling and independent lives.

Learn more about donating your used car.

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