To provide holistic support for girls & TGNC youth of color, including virtual programming and counseling, tutoring, family conflict intervention, agency referrals, and costs related to emergency food, bills, and rent.
To provide aged-out foster care youth who are neither employed or enrolled in school with emergency grants for rent, utility bills, medical expenses, groceries, cleaning supplies; technology for remote work and learning, baby essentials, and other needs.
To support efforts to provide direct cash assistance to undocumented New Yorkers, with a priority for women, Black immigrants, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community
To support operational expenses of the KCC Urban Farm to be able to grow, harvest, and distribute organic produce for CUNY students and people facing food insecurity referred by Ancient Song Doula Services and We Keep Us Safe Abolitionist Network.
To provide people returning from incarceration with PPE, gift cards, food packages, transportation, and restorative justice circles with fellow community members and police officers in partnership with Incredible Credible Messengers.
For multilingual telehealth therapy and psychiatry support groups for immigrants, refugees, and others without access to health insurance, as well as assistance for therapists of color and linguistic healers to increase their service to Brooklyn’s communities of color during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the Frontline Community Food Relief initiative that matches independent food businesses with grassroots organizations to provide emergency meal distribution to LGBTQIA+ youths, immigrant food workers, domestic workers, and people experiencing housing insecurity.