Grant Decisions Determined by Advisory Council of Brooklyn Seniors
Brooklyn Community Foundation’s Brooklyn Elders Fund Awards $400K for Critical Issues Facing Older Adults
February 13, 2020
$100,000 Spark Prize Winners Announced: Annual Award Celebrates Social Justice Nonprofits in Brooklyn
January 10, 2020
Brooklyn Community Foundation is pleased to announce the five recipients of this year’s $100,000 Spark Prize, the only honor celebrating outstanding social justice nonprofits in the borough. The winning organizations will receive their awards at the Spark Breakfast on February 27, 2020. The 2020 Spark Prize winners are:
December 19, 2019
Foundation increases grant size to $45,000
December 5, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation’s Annual Local Giving Campaign Has Raised More than $1.8 Million to Date
Stacey Abrams Headlines Invest In Brooklyn Dinner and Puts Spotlight on 2020 Census and Grassroots Leaders
October 25, 2019
Award-winning journalist Elaine Welteroth moderated a fireside chat with Abrams focused on Census 2020 and how to raise financial support for high impact social justice nonprofits across the borough
July 29, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation is pleased to announce the election of Susannah Taylor to its Board of Directors, effective Friday, June 7, 2019.
June 27, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation and Brooklyn Creative League Announce “Incubator Project” Winners
Marcella J. Tillett Joins Brooklyn Community Foundation as Vice President of Programs and Partnerships
June 24, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Marcella J. Tillett to its staff as the new Vice President of Programs and Partnerships, effective Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
April 17, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation is pleased to announce the election of Mamie Kanfer Stewart and Vivian Liao Korich to its Board of Directors, effective Friday, April 5, 2019.
Brooklyn Community Foundation Launches Permanent Fund Seeded by $10 Million to Care for Brooklyn’s Older Adults
March 28, 2019
Brooklyn Community Foundation today launched the Brooklyn Elders Fund, a permanent fund seeded by $10 million to promote the care and welfare of older adults in Brooklyn, at a lunch at University Settlement’s Ingersoll Community Center.