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Learn More About Our New Spark Prize at Upcoming Application Clinics

Last week, we announced our inaugural Spark Prize—a celebration of nonprofits that have sparked change in Brooklyn's communities.

The Spark Prize is signature program of our capacity-building Brooklyn Accelerator initiative and will provide up to $600,000 total to organizations with a strong track record of addressing critical challenges and opportunities in Brooklyn. 

The Spark Prize application opens this Monday, May 2 at www.SparkPrize.org, where you can also review complete eligibility guidelines and application criteria. 

If you have additional questions, be sure to sign up for an upcoming Spark Prize Application Clinic:

Monday, May 9 at Brooklyn Borough Hall
5-6:30PM
Borough Hall Community Room
209 Joralemon St in Downtown Brooklyn

Tuesday, May 17 at Concord Baptist Church of Christ
10-11:30AM
Chapel
833 Marcy Ave (Enter on Madison St) in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Liane Stegmaier

Vice President of Communications and Strategy