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Support Neighborhood Businesses, it's the Brooklyn Way!
$737,754 raised
148% of $500k goal
379 contributors
52 Weeks running

We Need to Help the Businesses We Love,

Before They are Gone Forever.

The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated our community - especially the neighborhood businesses that we rely on. These are the businesses that fuel our daily lives — the ones that make Brooklyn, BROOKLYN.  Our local businesses are in trouble, and they need our support NOW to survive.

The COVID-19 Impact on Small Businesses

Thousands of our local businesses — entrepreneurs, minority/women and immigrant-owned businesses — have been shut out of many loan programs. This is why the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce designed this non-profit fund to provide vital support to neighborhood businesses that most need help.

"I am proud to support the Bring Back Brooklyn Fund. Brooklyn is all of us!"

- Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President

DONATE NOW - Your local small businesses are the heart of our great neighborhoods — help save them today. It's time for all of us to come together to keep our neighborhoods strong.




Neighborhood Partners

We live in Brooklyn because it is like no other place in the world. 70 unique neighborhoods, home to everyone from everywhere. Find your neighborhood fundraising campaign page and support your community directly. When you donate, you can count on your funds going directly to the businesses in your neighborhood. Or, simply make a donation the Bring Back Brooklyn Fund - and we'll apply your funds to businesses with the greatest need.

Make a Difference in Your Community

No-interest, community-driven loans to save local business.

We created the Bring Back Brooklyn Fund in response to COVID-19 when we saw how many of our local businesses were being shut out of government loans. Through our CDFI, Brooklyn Alliance Capital (BAC), we will provide no-interest, recovery loans of $500 - $10,000 to help local small businesses recover from COVID-19. 65% of the Bring Back Brooklyn loans will be made to minority and women-owned businesses.




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