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Commonpoint Celebrates Significant Milestones in the First Six Months of Funds Secured by Congresswoman Grace Meng through a Federal Grant

Two women stand in a garden with a sign that reads "Roots to Grow." One is in a black dress with a bag, the other in a floral dress. A house and lush greenery fill the background, as if nature itself had chosen to auto draft this serene moment.

Thanks to the support of Congresswoman Grace Meng, Commonpoint has made substantial progress in its mission to support and empower job seekers. In the first six months of the reporting period, the Queens-based human services agency has achieved remarkable outcomes in its employment services and support programs, demonstrating their commitment to transforming lives and strengthening communities.

Key achievements to date include:

“We are thrilled with the progress we have made in the first half of the reporting period,” said Danielle Ellman, CEO of Commonpoint. “These results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and the resilience of our clients. We remain committed to providing high-quality services and support to help individuals achieve their employment goals and improve their quality of life.”

For information on Commonpoint’s Workforce Services, including Vocational Training and Job Placement. Career Help, Benefit Enrollment and more, please visit www.commonpointqueens.org/employment