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Our Impact

Over the past ten years, the women of Allinbklyn, along with a growing number of supporters, have made grants totaling over $2.8 million to more than 65 Brooklyn nonprofits, touching nearly every neighborhood in our borough.

These grants have been directed toward a variety of populations and cover many areas, including education, community development, justice reform, health and wellness, workforce development, the environment, and basic needs, such as food and housing security. All to benefit the residents of Brooklyn.

Here, recent Grantee Partners offer feedback about our support:

Family Legal Care (formerly LIFT):
     The Board of Directors and staff are deeply grateful to the members of Allinbklyn for your generous grant which has enabled us to deepen our services for Brooklyn parents and caregivers navigating Family Court without legal representation.

Sadie Nash Leadership Project: 
     With the support of Allinbklyn, SNLP was able to reach 74 young women and gender-expansive youth in Brooklyn in 2023. These young people participated in our 2023 Summer Institute, as well as our school year programming.

The Family Center’s LeeKong Health & Wellness Institute:
     Allinbklyn’s generous grant covered our staffing expenses for ‘Rize Up,’ an innovative, research-based program that has succeeded as both a bridge into, and an enhancement of, mental health therapy for trauma-exposed youth.

The Center for Family Life in Sunset Park: 
     We used our Allinbklyn grant to support the new Intake Coordinator position in our immigration legal service program. This position supports the Immigration Navigator team and is essential to managing the workflow in a fast-paced program that serves over 700 clients a year. We humbly thank Allinbklyn for your partnership.

The Campaign Against Hunger:
     We are deeply grateful for the Allinbklyn grant to help bolster food and economic development across Brooklyn.

Red Hook Initiative: 
     The generous grant from Allinbklyn supports our Community Resource Team, providing case management support in English, Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese to Red Hook community members over the age of 24. The grant also supported our resident-led Garden Club, a group of NYCHA Red Hook Houses residents who operate several plots on our Wolcott St. Farm.

Allinbklyn is proud to support nonprofits with long histories of exemplary service to Brooklyn residents, such as Heights and Hills, Providence House, and United Community Centers, as well as exciting new and highly promising organizations, such as the Octavia Project, People in Need, and Thompson Drive. Our help often goes beyond the financial grant to providing programmatic, fundraising, and general support to our grantee partners. 

We also support Brooklyn during times of crisis: we raised money for The Brooklyn Hospital during the height of the Covid19 pandemic, and did the same twice for CHiPS (Community Help in Park Slope) for their work with newly arriving immigrants. 

Please join us in the mission of creating a better Brooklyn for all:
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