The Queensboro Council for Social Welfare is an unassuming place, located in the back of a Queens Village office building. But the group could be compared to the matriarch of a large clan who sits back and directs the path and course her children will follow.
With its two full-time staff members and about 15 volunteers, the 78-year-old non-profit agency, part of the United Way of New York City, helps the residents and service agencies of Queens find the human service providers that meet a client
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