Hope Reichbach Fund
The Hope Reichbach Fund provides scholarships for young adults in Brooklyn participating in summer internships dedicated to public service and community organizing. It was created in memory of Hope Reichbach, a young Brooklyn public servant who passed away on April 28, 2011.
The program supports college students who embody the values Hope stood for but do not have the means to fund their own summer learning experiences. It facilitates internships with Brooklyn organizations involved in community issues and activism and creates mentorship opportunities and a network of contacts for interns, enhancing their career development.
Effective August 1, 2014 the Hope Recihbach Fund is no longer administrated by Brooklyn Community Foundation. Please visit HopeForBrooklyn.com to make a donation and learn more.
Hope Reichbach Fund News:
This spring, help pay tribute to the legacy of a young Brooklyn public servant, Hope Reichbach. The first annual Run for Hope 5K Run/Walk will take place on Sunday, April 28th in Prospect Park, on the two year anniversary of her passing. All proceeds from the race will go directly to the Hope Reichbach Fund at the Brooklyn Community Foundation, which provides sponsored summer internships at nonprofits in Brooklyn.