- Program Updates
- Food Access & Security Resources
- Saturday Masks Distribution
- In-Home Exercise Video
- Census Update
- Special Thanks
Our programs have moved online since Harris County issued the “Stay Home Work Safe” order. To stay updated with CCC services, visit ccchouston.org/covid19response.
See below for how we have been fostering community in the midst of the changes.
HEALTH & WELLNESS | Virtual Classes
Ukulele Zoom Classes
With the faithful commitment of our volunteer, our Seniors Ukulele group took their musical endeavors online to continue their weekly practice.
Let’s stay healthy together. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive class link.
EDUCATION | Youth
Our after-school program staff have diligently shifted their resources and means of communication online to keep our after-school students learning. Prepared by our teachers, a gallery of activity videos are now available on our website.
EDUCATION | Early Learning Center
This week, we celebrated the annual NAEYC Week of the Young Child. WOYC 2020 celebrates all things related to early learning, young children, their teachers, families, and communities. Our ELC teachers are creatively staying connected with our students and families via online at home.
Here is one of our Early Learning Center class reading books and sharing through show and tell.
CULTURE & COMMUNITY | Language School Online
We understand that continuous learning plays a key role in language acquisition. All of our group and one-on-one language classes have transitioned online in order to support our students at this time.
With our online platform, CCC Language School is currently accepting enrollment for one-on-one online classes. For more information, please visit ccchouston.org/chineseschool/tutoring or contact Mei Li, Culture & Community Director, at email@example.com.
Recent Chinese Calligraphy assignment written by a student.
Food Access and Security Resources
Download an organized list of hours and information specified for particular services and populations within the City of Houston. This PDF includes:
- Store Special Hours for Seniors
- Meal Pick-up, Delivery, and Assistance
Staying Active at Home
At Home Chair Exercise
Keeping your mind and body active is essential to your well-being in a time that may feel uncertain and challenging. We invite you to follow along with Bonnie DePirro, our Fitness and Wellness Program Coordinator, as she lead us in a 10 Minute At Home Chair Exercise that you can do right at the comfort of your home. Find a sturdy chair in your home and let’s begin!
2020 Census Extends Further to October 31
In response to changes due to COVID-19, the period of self-response which allows individuals to respond to the 2020 Census online, over the phone, and by mail is now extended through October 31, 2020.
Fill out the 2020 Census today!
Take 10 minutes to impact your next 10 years.
CCC was awarded funding from the Greater Houston COVID-19 Recovery Fund Grant jointly led by the United Way of Greater Houston and the Greater Houston Community Foundation. This funding will be used to provide assistance with food, rent, and utilities to those in our community who have been impacted by unforeseen economic conditions.
CCC would also like to thank the following donors for generously supporting our COVID-19 relief efforts:
Asian American Youth Giving Circle (AAYGC)
Mark and Alice Lee
We would also like to give a special thank-you to East West Bank for helping CCC acquire a forgivable loan through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program through the CARES Act.
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