On June 21-22th, CPC Early Childhood Learning & Wellness staff from the Family Child Care Network (FCCN) and the Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) Division visited Long Island for a team-building retreat.
The City of New York invested $60 million for contracted human services nonprofits to provide increased pay for our workers. But the fight for a just and equitable system for all human service workers doesn’t end here. In fact, it’s just getting started.
The Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) announced today that the dining hall of the Nan Shan Senior Center in Flushing, Queens, is now named the Maria Poon Memorial Hall. An unveiling ceremony was held in honor of community member Maria Poon and her continuous contributions to CPC and the community.
Throughout the week of July 4th, Lois C. Lee Early Childhood Center in Queens celebrated the July 4 holiday with a read-aloud of the book, "Apple Pie 4th of July" by Janet S. Wong. In addition, our 3K and 4K students painted fireworks using a fork as a brush.
On July 12th, CPC hosted a workshop on scam prevention for over 30 seniors at the Nan Shan Senior Center in Flushing. The workshop, facilitated by JP Morgan Chase, focused on raising awareness about common scams and shared tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of scams.