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The Brooklyn Section of the NCNW (National Councl of Negro Women, Inc.)
Annual Harambee Achievement Awards 

Saturday, June 1st, 2pm-4pm

The Harambee Acheivement Awards is an annual ceremony the Brooklyn Section holds to honor youth in Brooklyn who exemplify the legacy of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune through their commitment to their academics, community involvement, and church involvement. Those who attend will get to learn more about them and celebrate while enjoying encouraging words from a dynamic  keynote speaker. This event is being held at the Historic Weeksville Heritage Center.

Buy Tickets and get more ino HERE.

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WOOSAH:
Yes, I am My Sister's Keeper 

Saturday, May 4th 11am-2pm

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Brooklyn Alumnae and Epsilon Pi Chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., NCNW, Brooklyn Section and the NAACP Brooklyn Health Committee invite you to relax, unwind, and destress during a day filled with informative and fun activities on Saturday, May 4, 2024, in their " WOOSAH—Women Optimizing Our Self-care And Health!" event.  This year's theme is "Yes, I am my Sister's Keeper."   Get ready to experience a day of relaxation and restoration at WOOSAH. 

 

Please share with your mothers, sisters, girlfriends, daughters, nieces and any other woman you believe deserves to WOOSAH. 

 

Get more information & Register for this event by Clicking Here

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Open Closet:
2024 Spring Clothing Collection Drive (
collection period ended)

The Brooklyn WATE Open Closet Spring Collection Drive is happening Sunday April 21st- Tues April 23rd. We're thrilled to have you participate in this wonderful initiative. Your generosity and support mean the world to us. 

To ensure the best quality for our recipients, we kindly ask that all gently used clothing donations be cleaned, sorted, and neatly folded. While we appreciate all contributions, we're currently focusing on spring and summer attire, so please refrain from including winter clothing items.

We will have limited pick-up service available. These slots are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to secure your spot early! If you are interested please fill out our Pick Up Form.  

 

You are also  welcome to drop off your donations at Lyfe Stylz Salon, located at 5321 Clarendon Road in Brooklyn, NY, during their operating hours (Sun, Tues & Wed (12noon-5pm). *drop-off has an additional day since their salon is closed on Mondays.

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Open Closet:
2024 Spring Coat Drive 

Brooklyn WATE has been blessed to receive brand new Children & Youth coats to give away ABSOLUTELY FREE!  

 

As we push through the last few weeks of winter and welcome in the blooms of spring, we are inviting families with children to come and get a coat for your child.  

-Children sizes range from 4T- 18Youth 

-Chilldren must be present to receive coats  (Yes, you can try them on).

-Supplies are limited, so come on time! 

 

(*Available while supplies last*) 

Spanish & Creole versions available 

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Destinty Helpers Outreach Inc.
2023 Winter Wonderland

Join Destiny Helpers Outreach Inc. on Wednesday, December 20th at the Hilltop Playground from 6pm-8pm for an evening under the stars. Enjoy live performances, music, free food, toys, clothes & books. Come check out the healing station! Newly added to our Winter Wonderland is the Black Raddish Farmer’s Market. Finally don't forget to check out how you can donate some toys. Click Here to Donate! 

Join Us, Wednesday,  December 20th from 6pm to 8pm at Hilltop Playground (corner of Thomas Boyland & Pacific Street)

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FALL OPEN CLOSET DISTRIBUTION EVENT

2023 Fall Open Closet welcomes you to Shop for FREE

The Brooklyn WATE Open Closet is an opportunity for community members to select from gently used and new clothing that has been collected from the general public and donated to us by retail partners. This Open Closet we have secured partnerships with Restoration Plaza & the National Council for Negro Women to create a unique shopping experience where all items are available absolutely free of charge. Our supporters and contributors are also The Community Cloud, Lyfe Stylz Salon, Destiny Helpers Outreach Inc. and DJ KaeDawg.

 

So Join Us, Saturday, December 9th from 9:30am to 2:00pm at Restoration Plaza, 1368 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. 

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En español

El armario abierto WATE de Brooklyn es una oportunidad para que los miembros de la comunidad seleccionen entre ropa nueva y poco usada que ha sido recolectada del público en general y donada por socios minoristas. En Open Closet nos hemos asociado con Restoration Plaza y el Consejo Nacional de Mujeres Negras para crear una experiencia de compra única donde todos los artículos están disponibles de forma totalmente gratuita. Nuestros seguidores y contribuyentes también son The Community Cloud, Lyfe Stylz Salon, Destiny Helpers Outreach Inc. y DJ KaeDawg.

An kreyòl

Brooklyn WATE Open Closet la se yon opòtinite pou manm kominote yo chwazi nan rad ki te itilize dousman ak nouvo ke yo te ranmase nan men piblik la an jeneral epi ki te bay nou pa patnè an detay. Open Closet sa a nou jwenn patenarya ak Restoration Plaza & Konsèy Nasyonal pou Fanm Nèg yo pou kreye yon eksperyans fè makèt inik kote tout atik yo disponib absoliman gratis. Sipòtè nou yo ak kontribitè yo se tou The Community Cloud, Lyfe Stylz Salon, Destiny Helpers Outreach Inc. ak DJ KaeDawg

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National Council for Negro Women (Brooklyn Section)

Keep the Fine Art Committee Funded by Purchasing A Raffle Ticket. 

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Brooklyn WATE's 1st 
Blood Drive

Our  Very 1st Blood Drive 

Saturday Nov 4th-Saturday Nov 11th, 2023

The New York Blood Center  is partnering with Brooklyn WATE to actively have more Black and Brown people donate blood in this season of giving. Did you know that people with the same ancestral heritage are more likely to have the same blood groups?  Patients need to be closely matched with blood from donors with the same ancestral heritage to reduce the chance of complications.

We need 30,000 Black donors to give every year to meet the demand. Please tell your family and friends. We really need your support. We'll be there to cheer you on Saturday, November 4th, 10am-2pm! 

 

We thank you in advance. Can't make it on Saturday choose a day that works for you and register. (Click Picture) 

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