Imagine a state-of-the-art community health center in the Borough of Queens’ Flushing neighborhood dedicated to improving the quality of life for Asian Americans and other underserved populations. Imagine a team of healthcare professionals delivering personalized and compassionate care to all patients regardless of their language, culture, or ability to pay. Imagine people in the community living healthier lives because of high quality disease prevention and health promotion programs.
New York City is home to nearly 1.4 million Asian Americans. Almost half of Asian New Yorkers live in the Borough of Queens. The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center plans to build a multi-story facility that will serve as a healthcare home amid a bustling retail, transportation, and residential hub in Flushing, Queens. Healthview is a projected $65 million, 77,000 square foot project. This state of the art, environmentally friendly facility will serve as a primary care access point that provides medical, dental, mental health, and patient support services to the community. Healthview is projected to serve over 25,000 new patients and create over 100 new jobs in the first three years of operation.
Through the Imagine the Future Campaign, we aim to raise $15 million through donations from individuals and businesses. Please join us to make this future a reality. Take part in our 45 year legacy of serving the health and social wellbeing of medically vulnerable community members.
Our Case for Support
Make an online donation now.
You can also mail us a check payable to the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, 268 Canal Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY. Please indicate ‘Imagine the Future Campaign’ in check memo.
Host a Fundraiser
We will gladly to provide you with Imagine the Future Campaign materials and support to host your own fundraiser. Visit our Imagine the Future Crowdrise page, and start your campaign today. Email email@example.com for more information.
We are offering numerous naming opportunities, ranging from facilities, floors, and lobbies, conference rooms, exam rooms, and more. For more information on naming opportunities, contact Regina Lee, Executive Vice President Public Affairs at Rlee@cbwchc.org or 212-379-6988.
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