Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
Tel: (212)226-6280          Email:
ccbany@yahoo.com          Fax: (212)431-5883

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Welcome to the official website of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, the oldest service organization in Chinatown established in 1883.

President
Eric Y. Ng

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A message from CCBA

Welcome to the official website of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, the oldest service organization in Chinatown established in 1883.

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) is one of the oldest community organizations in Chinatown.  The parent organization of the Chinese Community Center, the CCBA was founded in 1883 and has represented and served the needs of Chinese Americans in New York City ever since.  Historically it has performed a quasi-governmental role in the Chinese community.  Throughout its history, business ownership has been a goal of many residents of Chinatown, and has been supported both financially, and through training, by the CCBA. 
 
Currently, the CCBA represents the Chinese-Americans living in the Greater New York Metro area.  Internally, the CCBA is the hinge that keeps the Chinese-American community intact and vigorous.  Specifically, the CCBA:

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Our Services: (For details please click "Services" page)

Adult English Classes - Provides low cost English lessons to new immigrants. 

Naturalization Service - Working the DYCD and the Chinese Voters Federation, CCBA provides assistant to new immigrants to apply for the U.S. Citizenship, and to register as voters.
 

 
Recent Events

12/05/2014 - Ambassador Shen Lyu-shum, the Republic of China Representative to the United States, visited CCBA and Chinatown.  CCBA coordinated a welcoming ceremony at CCBA and a welcoming banquet in a restaurant in Chinatown.

 
11/05/2014 - In the monthly Police-Community forum hosted by NYPD Fifth Precinct, Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector Fernando Burgos reported that 3 fetal accidents had occurred in Chinatown within a month, and the Fifth Precinct will strictly enforce the traffic laws. He also reminded the community that the New York City driving speeding limit will be reduced to 25 mph starting November 7, 2014.
 
10/10/2014 - CCBA hosted the annual Double Ten National Day Parade for the Republic of China.

Last Updated: 12/20/2014