In the News

February 26, 2013
The Robin Hood Foundation in New York City raised $67.5 million for Superstorm Sandy relief and it is expected that all of it will be out the door by the end of next month. “It goes back to donor intent,” said Emary Aronson, Robin Hood’s managing director of education and the Robin Hood Relief Fund. “People didn’t give money for us to hold for a year or two.
February 19, 2013
Four years after the city’s mortgage delinquencies hit their peak, homeowners’ advocacy groups fear a new foreclosure crisis looms in neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
February 8, 2013
Beginning late summer 2012, members of the 
January 29, 2013
In March, 2012, School District 16 in Bedford-Stuyvesant was identified in an annual report by the Schott Foundation for Public Education as – once again – one of the lowest-performing districts in the city.
January 29, 2013
Money talks and BS walks in the county of Kings, where residents are much more likely to open their wallets for political candidates and charities than go to the polls, a new report shows.
January 29, 2013
The electricians are coming.Gerritsen Beach residents left in the dark after Superstorm Sandy will get free electric repairs starting Saturday so Con Ed can restore their power.The technicians will be paid with money from the Brooklyn Recovery Fund, which borough businesses and charitable groups created for hurricane relief .
January 29, 2013
A newly-formed community group that's helped organize Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts in Red Hook won a six-figure grant from the Brooklyn Recovery Fund last month.The Red Hook Coalition, comprised of Red Hook residents, business owners, community groups and Occupy Sandy volunteers, was awarded $100,000 by the Brooklyn Community Foundation last week.
January 29, 2013
They won’t be home for Christmas — and that makes residents of a Red Hook group home for the developmentally disabled sad.Flood damage from Superstorm Sandy forced them out of Visitation Residence on Richards St. Repairs to the house where some have lived since the 1970s likely won’t be finished until February.