The Center for Community Leadership works with grassroots coalitions of neighborhood Jewish communal organizations and other ethnic, civic and religious groups throughout the New York eight-county metropolitan area. The collaborations focus on such issues as: the provision of health care to all groups in a community in a culturally appropriate manner; issues of aging populations and neighborhood transitions; special outreach assistance programs for recent immigrants; and integration emigres into communities.
We Are All Brooklyn Coalition was born in the aftermath of 9/11 and is a coalition of more than 75 community and faith-based organizations. The Coalition convenes leaders from throughout Brooklyn to discuss the issues and opportunities present in the borough.
Bronx Non-Profit Coalition – BNPC convenes Bronx-based organizations looking to work together to generally improve the borough by achieving a sustainable, livable and thriving Bronx. BNPC was formed by the first class of the We Are The Bronx (WATB) Fellowship and has since grown to include over 85 Bronx non-profit organization and individual members, including each year’s WATB graduates. BNPC is committed to strengthening the non-profit sector in the Bronx through research and advocacy, building strategic relationships, and attracting and developing resources.
Brooklyn NORC Coalition is a group of dedicated professionals from throughout Brooklyn who serve older adults. NORCs (Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities) provide long-term support and services within the community where older adults have aged. These communities’ progams allow residents to age in place and provide far better health outcomes than if they had to leave their neighborhood to receive medical care or support services.