Brooklyn Community Foundation Launches Large-Scale ‘Invest in Youth’ Initiative Focused on 16-24 Year Olds
May 6, 2015
Today, Brooklyn Community Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its cornerstone initiative, Invest in Youth, to improve social and economic opportunities and outcomes for vulnerable young people across Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Community Foundation, New York Foundation, and Open Society Foundations to receive 2015 NCRP Impact Awards
April 7, 2015
Today, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) announced that Brooklyn Community Foundation, New York Foundation and Open Society Foundations are recipients of the coveted
Brooklyn Community Foundation Launches Brooklyn Accelerator to Support and Connect Borough’s Nonprofits and Donors
February 5, 2015
Today, Brooklyn Community Foundation announces the launch of the Brooklyn Accelerator, a unique component of its new community impact strategy designed to be a hub of information, idea exchange, and gathering of philanthropic resources across the borough. “The idea for the Brooklyn Acceler
January 26, 2015
As part of our new program strategy, Brooklyn Community Foundation will launch Invest in Youth, a breakthrough initiative focused on achieving greater equity and increasing opportunities and successful outcomes for our borough’s youth—and supporting their work for a more fair and just Brooklyn.
Join Our Director of Community Leadership for "Fueling the Movement: How Foundations can Support the Fight for Racial Equity" Webinar
January 7, 2015
October 29, 2014
Pictured: At left, Brooklyn Community Foundation President & CEO Cecilia Clark
July 7, 2014
The third annual Joseph E. Mohbat Prize for Writing in Memory of Verdery Knights was awarded to Kafilah Ali muhammad, a senior at Benjamin Banneker Academy for Community Development in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, at the school’s graduation ceremonies on June 26, 2014.
New York City Change Capital Fund Launches New Initiative to Support Community Development Groups Tackling Poverty
June 3, 2014
The New York City Change Capital Fund (CCF), a collaboration of 17 foundations and financial institutions dedicated to the revitalization of distressed New York City communities, today announced the launch of a new initiative to harness the strength of community development corporations (CDCs) to reduce poverty in high-need New York City neighborhoods.