Promenade of Industry & Universe Ct. Flushing, NY 11355 (800) 227-2345
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a 3-mile non-competitive walk in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY as well as in over 160 locations across the nation.
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Post stories, photos, and fundraising efforts to share with others your reason for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer!
Each step you’ll take is personal. And each dollar you raise will help save lives.
With your help we can continue to:
• Educate and empower men and women to live healthy lives and reduce their risk for breast cancer, and to get screening tests such as mammograms to find breast cancer early, when it is easiest to treat
• Provide people facing breast cancer with information, day-to-day help, and emotional support to guide them through every step of their breast cancer experience
• Invest in and conduct research that leads to groundbreaking discoveries into breast cancer’s causes and cures
• Work with legislators to support laws that help fight breast cancer and help all people get access to screenings and care
Event Near Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - Queens
Tickets for the US Open can be purchased four ways:
1) at USOpen.org
2) by calling Ticketmaster at 1-866-OPEN-TIX
3) at all Ticketmaster outlets
4) at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center box office.
American Express is the Official Card of the US Open.
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TOXIN, the source of SICKNESS. DETOXIFICATION become IMPERATIVE!
Hu’s Acupuncture & massage center grand opening in Flushing New York, operated by the state of New York licensed acupuncturist & massage Therapist, Kai Hu. In the theory of traditional Chinese medicine " pain indicates blockage and stagnation, opening of blockage means no pain," Inner Canon of Yellow Emperor " described prevention is better than therapy, in another word, treating the disease in shallow level is the key to cure the disease. Our center provide multidimemsional approach to help customer keep vital energy "Qi" running freely throughout the body in order to stay in top form with acupuncture, acupressure massage, foot reflexology, Chinese Herb and Colon Hydrotherapy. Our colonic irrigation equipment is recognized by FDA, and operated by well-trained professionals. Colon hydrotherapy has been popular in Southeast Asia. As everyone knows the "TOXIN" is the source of sickness, thus detoxification become more and more imperative, there are about ten thousand kinds of existing human disease, 10% was due to the genetic form, 90% was caused by unhealthy lifestyle and bad habits, environmental pollution. Industrialization brought to destroy the traditional planting mode to the crops. Toxic ingredient of food exceed the standard of diet, therefore people gastrointestinal discomfort become a universal phenomenon, such as constipation, diarrhea, allergy. Toxin is the source of diseases. Colon hydrotherapy can clean the colon, discharge the toxin from the body, reduce constipation, correct diarrhea, regulation of intestinal dysbacteriosis, prevention of colon cancer, and helps for beauty and skin condition, slimming, regulating endocrine disorders or disfunction. Colon hydrotherapy is also called intestinal hydrotherapy, large intestine were treated by standard purified water, and achieve the purpose of cleaning intestinal tract. The main effect of colon hydrotherapy is to assist the body to discharge feces and harmful substances from large intestine in a timely and completely manner. Colon hydrotherapy is the fastest and most direct method for detoxification. deceased celebrity in the world, Mrs. Meiling Song, the first lady in China during world War II. She was adhere to the intestinal hydrotherapy and lived more than 100 years old, and still kept her body and skin in good shape.
Colon hydrotherapy is particularly suitable for treating various type of autoimmune diseases. As a adjuvant therapy for patients who have metabolic diseases , regular cleaning of the intestinal toxins is crucial. Toxin is the root of formation to acne and pigmentation. Skin care or spa facial treatment is treating the symptoms of skin blemish. For acne to be completely cured, must solve the root problem, toxin. Hu"s acupuncture and massage P.C., a newly opened medical health center, Targeted to pass health gospel to every consumer, and bring more people to be involved in the preventive medicine and become a habit. From now on, let us provide effective long-term service for your health. Our clinic will adopt membership policy, so as to reduce the burden on consumers who patronize us. We ensure that, our dear customers will really gain health benefit with client-centered services , comfortable environment, convenient transportation and preferential rates.
Hu's acupuncture and massage center is a medical health center operated by well-trained practitioners with professional services. We open seven days a week at 42-07 Kissena Blvd.
Welcome to our Health center!
Hot Stone Treatment with Signature Pain Relieve Herb $78/90mins
Colon Hydrotherapy: $80
Promotions: Members Receive 50% OFF Discount For Acupuncture Treatment, Chinese back & Foot Rub, etc.
Chinese Back Rub: $15/60 Mins
Foot Reflexology: $10/60 Mins
Colon Hydrotherapy: $65
Silver Card (Couple) $150/Year
Golden Card(Group) $300/Year
We Also Provide 4 Hands Foot Reflexology For $56/ 60 Mins ( No Mandatory Tipping required )
CSC New York City has been serving the New York City area since 2009 providing security and crowd management services at venues including The USTA National Tennis Center, Bethpage State Park and Governor’s Island. With a client list from Fortune 500 companies to concerts to major sporting events, CSC will continue to be the industry leader for crowd management services for the nation’s largest city.
In 2012, CSC provided crowd management services for such international events as The US Tennis Championship, PGA’s Barclays Tournament, Rock and Roll 10k Race and the LPGA’s Sybase Classic. CSC continues to provide crowd management for Columbia University’s football team, a proud member of the Ivy League. In addition, CSC has also provided security for TV networks such as YES, NBC Sports and CBS. CSC has also provided services for such organizations such as Mercedes and Continental Airlines.
Non-Profit Organization Near Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - Queens
Bodhi Meditation applies traditional practices to the challenges of modern living. The result is a uniquely effective meditation system that holistically enhances immunity, stamina and state of mind. The techniques are accessible and practical, yielding results quickly. As such, they are particularly well-suited to the pressures of urban life – and the health issues that result from them. In its mere 20 years of availability to the public, Bodhi Meditation has already benefited millions. All are welcome, irrespective of age, religion or personal background.
Delta Phi Epsilon at Queens College Distance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis Queens College Flushing, NY 11367
Delta Phi Epsilon is an International Sorority founded in 1917. We are founded on the principles of Justice, Sisterhood, and Love. The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon are beautiful, strong leaders. As Deepher women, we make positive impacts on the community, our national philanthropies, and most of all on each other.
Arthur Ashe Kids' Day Distance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis Flushing Meadows Corona Park Flushing, NY 11368
Queens Botanical Garden is a 39-acre urban oasis featuring beautiful garden displays, engaging public programs such as seasonal festivals and summer concerts, as well as innovative environmental education programs. QBG is also idyllic for weddings and business retreats.
The NYC Compost Project was created by the NYC Department of Sanitation in 1993 to provide compost education and outreach to NYC residents, nonprofit organizations, and businesses. Most of the successful community-based composting operations in NYC have received technical assistance from the NYC Compost Project.
Funded and managed through the Department of Sanitation's Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling, the NYC Compost Project programs are carried out by Department-funded staff at host sites in each borough.
ACSAI has three different departments: Prevention and Detection, Patient and Family Services, and Special Events. Each department works together to build a healthier society.
PREVENTION AND DETECTION:
We provide free cancer education to the local residents. We translate cancer educational materials into various Asian languages and organize workshops that cover a broad range of cancers, as well as nutrition and exercise, to promote awareness of cancer prevention and early detection.
The leading cause of cancers deaths in the Asian community is lung cancer, with smoking as its greatest risk factor. As part of Smoking Cessation, we provide free smoking cessation counseling to help smokers quit.
Hepatitis B Awareness Campaign and Screening provides free Hepatitis B educational workshops, screening, and vaccination to New York and New Jersey residents.
Cancer Screening Services
We provide free cancer screenings fopr low-income and under/uninsured New York and New Jersey residents. These include breast cancer, cervical cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer.
For more information on Prevention and Detection Services, please contact:
718-886-8890 Ext. 13
PATIENT AND FAMILY SERVICES:
Cancer Patient Guides
We provide cancer-related literature in Chinese, Korean, and English. Topics include diagnoses, treatment options, and life beyond cancer.
Patient Navigator Program
Patient Navigator Program connects you with a patient navigator at a treatment center whom you can talk to and seek for support. The Patient Navigator will listen to your needs and link you to up to resources that are available in the health systems, ACS programs, and the community.
Reach to Recovery
Patients can talk to a breast cancer survivor who has been trained as a volunteer of REACH TO RECOVERY a signature program of ACS. This offers understanding, encouragement, and bringing hopes to those who are fighting against cancer.
Road to Recovery (New Jersey Only)
Provides door-to-door ride to treatment centers. Pre-registration is required.
We provide financial assistance, such as emergency transportation assistance, to lessen the financial burden over the course of treament.
Look Good... Feel Better
Another signature program of ACS, offering make-up tips on how to manage appearance and skin care due to treatment side effects.
We offer support groups to patients of breast cancer and other cancer types in various locations of New York City and New Jersey. Patients and caregivers learn to share and support each other, and medical professionals are invited to speak and provide consultations.
As part of the WELLNESS PROGRAM, we promote an active lifestyle for patients and caregivers, and offer various classes such as Tai-Chi, Yoga, ping pong, and Nutrition & Diet.
In ACSAI, we focus on the quality of life. We welcome patients and their families to attend our annual PATIENT RETREAT, APPLE PICKING DAY, PATIENT PICNIC, CHRISTMAS PARTY, AND SUPERMARKET TOUR.
We provide free wigs and hats for patients who experience hair loss due to side effects of chemotherapy. Breast foams and prosthesis are offered to post mastectomy breast cancer patients.
Medical Interpretation (New Jersey Only)
In New Jersey, medical interpreter service is available to eliminate the language barrier for cancer patients during the course treatment.
For more information on Patient and Family Services, please contact:
718-886-8890 Ext. 18
718-886-8890 Ext. 12
Daniel Yen (for New Jersey)
RELAY FOR LIFE: one of the signature events of the ACS. Dedicated volunteers from commmunity come together to fundraise, celebrate those who have battled cancer, remember those who are lost, and encourage to keep fighting. http://www.RelayforLife.org
MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER: "A world with less cancer is a world with more birthdays." Join us to honor breast cancer survivors, to raise awareness about the disease, and to help save lives. With every step you take, you'll be giving people that are facing breast cancer more candles to light. http://makingstrides.acsevents.org/AsianInitiatives
NIGHT OF HOPE GALA IN NY AND CARE GALA IN NY: Our year-end dinner and spectacular entertainment event in which we honor and thank our generous supporters and volunteers in their commitment and dedication in our mission of eradicating cancer in our lifetime.
JOURNEY OF HOPE: Unites community leaders, businesses, and professionals working together to provide services, awareness, and information in fighting cancer in the Korean community.
ASIAN AMERICANS FOR HOPE: An event in which Asian American professionals provide volunteer opportunities to contribute financially to the ACS.
SPRING OF HOPE: In April, the Chinatown community come together at a fiundraising styled dinner where we raise cancer awareness. We serve as outreach and provide free screenings and educational workshops to this large population in need.
GOLF OUTING: This tournament is a unique, amenity-rich and premier business-networking event that raises signicant dollars in the fight against cancer.
For more information on Special Events, please contact:
718-886-8890 Ext. 17
718-886-8890 Ext. 22
We welcome you as you join more than three million Society volunteers nationwide and become a part of our organization’s proud legacy of volunteerism. In 1913, 15 physicians and business leaders in New York City got together to raise awareness about a feared and unmentionable disease: cancer. In 1936, a legion of new volunteers - the Women’s Field Army - was organized to wage war on cancer. This group was the catalyst that moved the American Cancer Society to the forefront of voluntary health organizations. Our millions of diverse volunteers have been - and continue to be - vital to carrying out the mission of the American Cancer Society.
If you are interested in volunteering for American Cancer Society Asian Initiatives, please contact:
718-886-8890 Ext. 16
The Tuidang Center is a nonprofit, nongovernmental human rights organization made up of volunteers and paid staff worldwide who are dedicated to building freedom in China. The Tuidang Center (also known as The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party), headquartered in NY, facilitates the logistics related to the Tuidang Movement worldwide, which is by far, the largest grassroots movement in the world.
Tuidang (退党) means to renounce the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Tuidang is not a political movement and does not prescribe political answers. Tuidang is a loose social movement that aims to awaken the conscience and uplift morality in China. It highlights the freedom to think and choose as the cornerstone for the foundation of an open society. In China today, the minds and actions of the people are manipulated and controlled by the communist regime through violence, censorship and propaganda. To renounce the CCP in China today means to courageously reclaim free thought and the power of critical thinking. Tuidang is empowering the common Chinese people to make choices for themselves.
The Tuidang Center is a 501(c)(3) located in Flushing, NY with major centers in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia as well as inside China.
Hopechain International Distance: 0.7 miCompetitive Analysis 135-25 40th Rd, Fl 3rd Flushing, NY 11354
Hopechain International operates on the belief that giving children access to a proper education in the remote areas of the world and connecting young people to their rural counterparts would promote the growth of the leaders of tomorrow. Both character building and life changing, our cause is served through service-inspired projects for all to participate.
The Virtual Senior Center makes it possible for homebound seniors to take part in intriguing live classes, world-famous museum-hosted tours, interact with peers on current events, chats with friends, enjoy yoga, learn wellness tips and discuss politics from their own homes. Through the program Selfhelp is rebuilding the social networks and lives of otherwise homebound seniors.
The program provides each homebound participant with a special purpose “all-in-one” touch screen device, which includes a unique interface that Selfhelp created to simplify and streamline the way that participants easily use the service to attend interactive, video-based classes. These small classes are a critical component of the program providing the intimate, face-to-face connection with peers, creating a new social network and enabling a new relationship with family. The service also provides a simplified access to Skype, links that serve as a spring board to exploring the Internet, email, and games.
The MinKwon Center for Community Action (formerly YKASEC) was established in 1984 to meet the needs and concerns of the Korean American community through our five program areas: Community Organizing and Advocacy, Social Services, Civic Participation, Youth, and Culture. Since our founding, we have made a profound presence in the Korean American community through various grassroots organizing, education, and advocacy initiatives that address important community issues, including immigration policies at the national, state and city levels, voter rights, and cultural awareness.
Not in school?
Need a job?
Want paid work experience and training in the field of your choice? Then the Young Adult Internship Program (YAIP) might be right for you!!
Internships available at animal shelters, gardens, day care centers, libraries and various offices. (Legal Services, IT, Political, etc.)
Earn up to $2500, attend workshops that teach you resume writing, interview skills, budgeting and allow you to explore your career options and receive 9 months of follow-up services to help you find employment, complete your GED or enroll in school. This is a great opportunity for you to jump start your career!!
- Aged 16-24
- Resident of Corona, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights or Flushing
- NOT currently enrolled in school or a job training program
- NOT currently employed
- NOT have an Associates or Bachelors degree
For more information please email [email protected] or call (718) 358-8899 ext. 116.