Brooklyn is thriving and home to many affluent New Yorkers. But the fact is that 23% of our neighbors in Brooklyn live in poverty – many children, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Our ONE Brooklyn Community campaign unites our diverse borough voices. We take care of each other through volunteerism, philanthropy, and community engagement.
ONE Brooklyn Community. Taking care of each other.
From November 5th to December 2nd, 2018, MTA subway riders will experience the ONE Brooklyn Community campaign on over 30 subway platforms throughout Brooklyn. The concept blends images of local tastemakers, luminaries, investors and iconic natives posing for the first time with the clients that BCS serves. The campaign is powered by our partner, Investors Bank.
Imagery by Erin Patrice O’Brien, Art Direction by Michaela Angela Davis
For the first time ever, clients from BCS posed with our campaign participants. This made the photoshoots particularly special, and gave the participants and clients a chance to truly bond. Click on the posters to learn more about their corresponding BCS Programs!
Top Left: Keeth Smart, US Sabre Fencer & Olympian
Top Right: Paola Mendoza, Director & Author and Michael Skolnik, Entrepreneur and Activist.
Center: Justin Bazdarich, Restaurateur & Owner of Speedy Romeo and Oxomoco.
Top Left: Michelle Reid, Owner & Host of Bisou Bisou Restaurant
Top Right: Lucas Denton, Chef & Co-Founder of the Brownsville Community Culinary Center
Center: Curly Girl Collective, experiential marketing group that specializes in multicultural beauty.
Bottom Right: Michaela Angela Davis, Activist & Writer
Hear more from our ONE Brooklyn Community Ambassadors:
Previous ONE Brooklyn Community Campaigns in the News:
Through a generous gift from Investors Bank, BCS has launched its ONE Brooklyn Community MTA campaign for the fourth year running. The public service poster campaign has been seen on various subway stops around the borough and featured notable and diverse Brooklynites from media, arts and entertainment, interior design, fashion, cuisine, education, and social justice activism.
Read more about the campaign in press coverage below:
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