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Access Justice Brooklyn

Provides high-quality pro-bono housing, family and end-of-life legal services, community legal workshops, and pro-bono training for attorneys and legal interns.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2023–2026

After Hours Project

Addresses the spread of HIV/AIDS in low-income neighborhoods in east Brooklyn through health services, rapid testing, education and counseling, and harm reduction counseling.

  • Total Awarded $217,500
  • Award Years 2022–2025

The Ali Forney Center

Provides holistic resources and support for LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness, including a 24-hour drop in center, job readiness support, education, health services, and an emergency housing program.

  • Total Awarded $217,500
  • Award Years 2022–2025

Brooklyn Community Housing & Services

Provides transitional and permanent housing and holistic services to domestic violence survivors, unhoused older adults, veterans, justice-involved individuals, and low-income adults.

  • Total Awarded $217,500
  • Award Years 2022–2025

Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Advances lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer liberation by celebrating, commemorating, and convening LGBTQ+ Brooklyn through socially conscious and culturally responsive programs, partnerships, and advocacy.

  • Total Awarded $140,000
  • Award Years 2023–2026

CABS Health Network

Provides personal care, home health, and housekeeping services through a care management approach to older adults and residents with disabilities in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2023–2026

Caribbean Women’s Health Association

Supports new mothers and their infants in an effort to reduce infant mortality and improve maternal and infant health outcomes through community-based activities for populations disproportionately affected by poor birth, infant and health outcomes.

  • Total Awarded $35,000
  • Award Years 2023–2024


Delivers and promotes comprehensive care and support services for individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and advances research to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Total Awarded $90,000
  • Award Years 2023–2025

Community Counseling and Mediation

Provides a wide range of social support, counseling, health, mental health, education, and supportive housing services to historically-underserved children, youth, and families.

  • Total Awarded $217,500
  • Award Years 2022–2025

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