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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

Arab-American Family Support Center

Provides cultural, linguistic, and trauma-informed social services to immigrants and refugees including adult education, youth enrichment, mental health counseling, and social service enrollment.

  • Total Awarded $235,000
  • Award Years 2021–2025

Breaking Ground

Strengthens communities by developing and sustaining supportive and affordable housing and provides formerly unhoused New Yorkers with supportive and transitional housing.

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

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 Movement Center

Invests in Brooklyn’s Black communities by creating quality job opportunities, expanding health and housing access, improving the quality of schools and education, and putting an end to policing and incarceration through public policy and holding leaders accountable.

  • Total Awarded $450,000
  • Award Years 2021–2026

Brownsville Partnership

Harnesses the collective power of Brownsville residents to improve housing conditions, increase homeownership, bolster the socio-emotional development of local youth, and encourage economic mobility.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

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

HousingPlus

Provides women and families with housing and comprehensive support and case management through housing and justice initiatives, including an alternative to detention for women at Rikers Island

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

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