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The Trump administration finalized its public charge policy, which would expand the federal government’s ability to deem immigrants who use public assistance ineligible for lawful permanent residency. BCNC continues and will continue to stand by the most vulnerable families in our communities. Read Executive Director Giles Li’s statement on the proposed policy.Read More
CEO Giles Li was featured in the Patriot Ledger for his advocacy work with immigrant communities and for BCNC's work in Quincy! "Change sits at the heart of the organization Li oversees: BCNC, a nonprofit based in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood, supports immigrant families across the metropolitan region. The center serves about 8,000 people at four locations, the newest opened in Quincy last month." Read the full article here.
When Sonny was in 6th grade, his mother got him involved in BCNC’s Youth Center for the summer. There, Sonny found a supportive community and grew into an outstanding youth leader. During his time at the Youth Center, Sonny participated in community projects and prepared for getting into college. Read more here about Sonny’s aspirations to be a scientist and what he’s doing at Vertex this summer.