Families

Our community is strongest when we build networks of care and provide families with the necessary support to thrive in Brooklyn

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Members of the Arab-American Family Support Center
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Reported incidents of domestic violence occur in Brooklyn, the most across NYC

9 times

The rate of pregnancy-related deaths among Black mothers compared to white mothers in NYC

children in New York City's foster care system live in Brooklyn

Our Approach

We want Brooklyn to be a welcoming and supportive home for all families. We are committed to helping families thrive at all stages – from before children are born through their young adulthood – with initiatives that support, stabilize, and strengthen families across generations. From coaching for new parents to assistance with benefit access, we want to ensure that all families are equipped with the tools they need to flourish.

Nonprofit Resources

Brooklyn Org provides holistic support and resources to nonprofits across the borough, from funding to capacity building, and more.

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Who We Back

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Samora Coles, Executive Director of The Alex House Project
Brooklyn Org is really about building community. You're really about building people. Samora Coles
Executive Director, The Alex House Project
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The success of our programs wouldn't be possible without BKO’s invaluable support. Their impact truly resonates with all our volunteers. Nicole Huang
Executive Director, Parent Child Relationship Association
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Expanding College Access for Immigrant Youth

Featuring First Tech Fund and NYSYLC

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3:00 PM–3:30 PM EDT

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