Since our founders established BCS in 1866 in response to the plight of disabled Civil War veterans and homeless children, BCS has remained committed to our community and has been on the frontline of every major crisis that Brooklynites have faced. From the influenza epidemic to the Great Depression to the 9/11 tragedy to the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. For 150 years, our purpose has been to serve our community.
We look toward the future with great optimism because as Brooklyn continues to change, the drive for people to engage with one another and get involved in neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn is growing stronger. In partnership with our community we will strive in the coming years to reach more children and youth, more families in crisis, and bring resources and tools to people living with mental illness and developmental disabilities to reach their goals.
Check out the links below to see how members of our community have taken action and how you can today!
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