Community Need

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To learn more about the community:


Who We Serve

  • 8,000 children, youth, and adults each year

  • 400 families each year

  • 84% are Asian

  • 84% do not speak English as a primary language

  • 73% are low-income

  • 60% are immigrants who have been in the US for less than 5 years

  • 50% are children and youth


2018 Outcomes

BCNC is…

Empowering

  • 72% of workforce development graduates received jobs within a month after graduation

  • 100% of high school seniors are accepted to college; all are first-generation college students

Innovative

  • 600 people experienced Asian American cultures in new ways at the first Experience Chinatown arts festival

  • 1,000 people engaged in BCNC youth, adult, and family services in Quincy

Responsive

  • 98% of parents of childcare programs received help and support of staff in times of need

  • 77% of parents in Family Services increased positive parenting skills


BCNC Portraits

Fangqin Chen (Parent)

Fangqin first came to BCNC with her daughter for a Parent Child Literacy Group and later sought support for her son who has hearing loss. BCNC welcomed her to a community of parents of children with special needs. Watch this video to see how BCNC has impacted her life. 

Chloe Mai (Youth Participant)

Chloe Mai is a senior at Boston Latin Academy who has been going to BCNC's Youth Center since she was in sixth grade. Watch this video and see how her involvement with the Youth Center has improved her leadership skills and led her to a brighter future.

Elaine Wong (Adult Education Student)

Elaine Wong first got involved with BCNC after she emigrated from China in August 2017 and enrolled in an English for Customer Service course. Now, she has joined BCNC as a staff member in the Red Oak After School & Summer Program. Watch this video to learn about Elaine's journey.