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CPC Presents Our 2022 Annual Report


The Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) is excited to present our 2022 Annual Report, which highlights our accomplishments over the past year and affirms our continued efforts in promoting the social and economic empowerment of over 200,000 community members.

As one of the leading Asian American social services organizations in New York City, we have not only expanded our services to address community needs, but also amplified the voices of community members and encouraged participation in policies and programs that affect their lives.

We are grateful that our board members, staff, community members, donors, and volunteers have supported and entrusted us over the years. Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to serving and empowering our communities for years to come!

Read the PDF of our printed Annual Report here.

Here are a few highlights from the report:


  • Over 90% of Project Gateway participants were accepted to college and awarded financial aid
  • 1,278 children received free or affordable STEM, arts, and recreational programming at our after-school programs in 6 underserved elementary schools
  • 769 adult literacy students learned English


  • 7,113 community members received enrollment assistance or referrals for entitlements/benefits programs
  • 3,168 older adults and people with disabilities served through our subsidiary Home Attendant Program 
  • 258 families with intellectual/developmental disabilities participated in support services


  • 100% of senior residents at our subsidiary Hong Ning Housing received a yellow whistle and resources to protect themselves against anti-Asian hate 
  • 3,089 young people worked at hundreds of job sites through the Summer Youth Employment Program
  • 1,920 childcare programs received technical assistance to access over $120 million in funding from Child Care Stabilization Grants 


  • Over 200,000 community members referred to testing sites throughout five boroughs 
  • Over 10,000 older adults scheduled for COVID-19 vaccine appointments 
  • 2,334 community members connected to After Care Services for long-term COVID-19 symptoms