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Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation ABrooklyn Legal Services Corporation A (Brooklyn A) advances social and economic justice and community empowerment through innovative, collaborative, neighborhood-based legal representation and advocacy.
Brooklyn Community ServicesBrooklyn Community Services is building a better Brooklyn by strengthening families, helping children and youth reach their full potential, and supporting adults in leading productive, fulfilling lives.
Brooklyn Community Housing and ServicesBCHS prevents homelessness for more than 1,000 formerly homeless and at-risk children, women and men each year. What makes BCHS unique in the field is our commitment to creating a sense of community for all of the formerly homeless residents who come to us.
Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School (13K412)BCAM is a public high school in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. We partner with the Center for Supportive Schools (CSS) as a NYC Community School, which allows us the opportunity to bring community programs to support student outcomes such as attendance, graduation rates, parent engagement, and mental health.
Brooklyn Borough President's OfficeCelebrating cultural diversity, financial educational, youth initiatives, working in partnership with agencies, non-profit organizations, corporations, and the community to carry out the mission: a strong, healthy One Brooklyn where families and businesses have a safe place to grow and flourish.
Brooklyn Book FestivalThe Brooklyn Book Festival is one of America’s premier book festivals and the largest free literary event in New York City. This hip, smart, diverse gathering attracts thousands of book lovers of all ages.
Brooklyn Book BodegaBrooklyn Book Bodega provides access to and ownership of books, builds community, and creates a passion for learning through free events and literacy-based community programming.
Brooklyn BoatworksWorking inside NYC schools, BROOKLYN BOATWORKS helps young people develop life skills through the building and use of small boats. Our programs teach communication, teamwork, perseverance and craftsmanship, and help young people create a strong connection to their urban environment.
Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Inc.Since its founding in 1990,the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Inc. (the VLP) has maintained as its objective the practical realization of justice for the poor. The VLP maintains a standing commitment to the principle that the legal system will fail unless it is accessible to all. Recognizing that the Federal Poverty Guidelines for obtaining service from other legal service providers excludes many members of the working poor, the elderly and others, the VLP endeavors to make available pro bono counsel to such underserved residents of Brooklyn, New York.
Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers ProjectThe VLP provides justice for the poor in Brooklyn by providing free civil legal services. The VLP recruits and trains volunteer attorneys to represent clients and solve civil legal problems affecting people’s fundamental rights and help clients regain dignity and control over their lives.