Kensington

DRUM

To support advocacy, organizing, community-defense and the “Hate Free Zone” initiative launched in Kensington, Brooklyn

Footsteps

To support formerly ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth transitioning into mainstream society with resources, leadership development, and peer connections.

Footsteps

To support formerly ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth transitioning into mainstream society with resources, leadership development, and peer connections

Footsteps

Support formerly ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth transitioning into mainstream society with resources, leadership development, and peer connections.

Arts & Democracy

Award recipient Hasiba Haq with Arts & Democracy for "Sari Project," which aims to connect young Bangladeshis with women in the community in an intergenerational exchange of stories using the idea of Saris, a traditional outfit for Bangladeshi women, to explore their immigration stories and their histories. The project will help young immigrants and second-generation youth connect with elders in their society, and help carve an identity for them in a diverse borough.

Green City Force

Support for the implementation of two major "green jobs" workforce initiatives in Brooklyn: a partnership with the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice to recruit and train young adults from NYCHA Developments with the highest crime rates and the build-out of two urban farms on NYCHA developments in Brooklyn.

Footsteps

Support for Youth Empowerment Program to help ultra-Orthodox Brooklyn youth access resources to assist them in their journeys beyond their communities, develop leadership skills, and connect with one another.

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