About Us



The vision of Together We Can Community Resource Center Inc. is to create a community center with culturally sensitive programs to meet the needs of the resource-deprived and multi-ethnic families of three towns in Queens, New York— Jackson Heights, Corona, and Elmhurst.


Together We Can empowers New York Residents by linking them to community resources and providing educational opportunities.


As a community resource center and NPO, our volunteers are at the center of everything we do! Without them, we would cease to exist. If you’re interested in keeping our vision alive, please click here to become a volunteer.

COVID-19 Food Resources

Please click –> here <– to be taken to the COVID-19 Resource Page, look under F for food resources, or under Spanish resources under C comida for information.

We’re grateful for the two networks that we are part of Covid-19 Care Network, and Familias Unidas, who are making an impact with us in the community.

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Bi-Monthly Coalition

Together We Can have established a bi-monthly community coalition that is held at the current location, the WellCare Welcome room, which is located at 91-08 Roosevelt Ave, Queens, NY 11373.

The purpose of the coalition is to build our community resource base, to partner with new organizations, and to learn about existing organizations offering resources in the community. To view our upcoming events, click here.


Community Resource and Referral Program

Together We Can also offer resources and support services to families in the community.

We refer community residents to community resources such as:

  • Counseling, food pantries, job assistance, and more.
  • We offer the following language services: Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, and Spanish.

Together we can and 34th Avenue project presented a circle of community care food & resource pantry on 34th avenue open street.

The TWC where we work with each family to ensure they receive the services they need. The TWC Circle of Community Care,  we will be providing food, clothing, information on health resources, access to SNAP and other available benefits, at the Corona Community Ambulance Corp. ♥️


Good afternoon, if anyone is in need of food, please join us tomorrow at our new pop pantry and resource center. Please register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/142557067025
If you have any questions, please email us at togetherwecanrc@gmail.com!

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