We are thrilled to announce our next event to benefit the Hope Reichbach Fund. This time we are mixing it up — come join us for a CABARET FOR HOPE, an evening of shadow puppetry, dance, stand-up, costumes, and fantasy presented by Brooklyn’s own Midnight Radio Show. All proceeds from the evening will go directly to our Fellowship fund, which matches young leaders seeking careers in social justice with Brooklyn-based non-profits working directly in our communities. We hope to see you there!
WHEN: October 29th, 2017, 6PM
WHERE: Papillon Bistro, 22 E 54th St, Manhattan
TICKETS: $35 General Admission; $70 Patron with front row cabaret table seating and appetizers included. Available at http://cabaretforhope.brownpapertickets.com/
Cash bar, one-item minimum
All ages welcome! Recommended for 16 and up.
Tickets are going fast — you don’t want to miss this one! Click here to reserve a seat
Meet our new contingent of amazing Hope Reichbach Fellows! This year’s group will be working with some of the most effective and important Brooklyn non-profit organizations:
Asamia Diaby will work with VOCAL-NY
Hagir Elzin will work with Brooklyn Defender Services
Nyla Tolbert will work with the TORCH Program at the National Institute for Reproductive Health
Kyler Murria Castro will work with Brooklyn Community Services
MariaJose Delgado will work with El Puente
Nairée Taveras will work with exalt
Read on for more about the Fellows and the strengths they bring to their work this summer!
Join us this year at our fifth annual Run for Hope on Sunday April 23rd, 2017.
The Run for Hope 5K Run/Walk is a celebration of the life and work of Hope Reichbach, an activist and civic leader born and raised in Brooklyn. Before she passed away in 2011, Hope worked on the campaign and in the office of Council Member Stephen Levin and worked tirelessly to make Brooklyn a better place for everybody. This event will bring together local vendors, musicians, and members of Hope’s community to raise money and awareness for the Hope Reichbach Fund, which provides summer Fellowships to college students pursuing careers in social justice.
Sign up here
Our application is live now! If you or anyone you know is eligible and interested the application is available online by clicking here.
Please pass this along to anyone who embodies the spirit of Hope and is passionate about social justice and civic leadership. Anyone is eligible to apply as long as they meet the following criteria:
- Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior in college
- Resident of New York City
- Demonstrates financial need
If selected as a Fellow, we will place you with a Brooklyn not-for-profit organization based on your skills and interests. The application is due February 24th, 2017, interviews will take place in mid March, and placements will be determined by April.