The Brownsville Partnership (Community Solutions)

by Leah Butz
The Brownsville Partnership (Community Solutions)
519 Rockaway Avenue
Address Line 2
4th floor
Secondary Address
Central Office: Community Solutions
125 Maiden Lane, Suite 16C
New York, NY 10038
Third Address
California Community Solutions
117 E Winston Street, Suite 206
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Connecticut Northeast Hartford Partnership
60 Love Lane Hartford, CT 06112

Washington, DC Community Solutions
900 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone Number
(646) 797-4377
Director, Manager or CEO
Rosanne Haggerty
Mission Statement
We work toward a future without homelessness, in which poverty never follows families beyond a single generation. We do it by helping communities become better problem solvers, so they can fix the expensive, badly designed systems that low income people must rely on every day.
Number of staff/employees
Annual Budget
Year Started
Major Funders
19% Government Grants, 54% Foundation Grants, 7% Individuals, 19% Fees, 1% Other (2015 Annual Report)
Latest Projects
Creating Healthy Places Community Transformation Grant; Part of the "Steps to A Healthier Brownsville" Campaign Works to increase access to fresh produce with GrowNYC via two Youthmarkets and facilitates produce deliveries to 8 corner stores and supermarkets in Brownsville. Contact: Nupur Chaudhury,
Interesting Fact
More than 1,200 residents connected to work by partners participating in ambitious job placement campaign. Gegory Jackson Center for Brownsville, a community hub, opened in June 2015 to serve as one-stop location for social services and community organizing in Brownsville.
Areas Served
Core Programs
Job placement strategies and improvements to local workforce development system.
Support residents to improve public housing and community spaces.
Youthmarkets to increase access to fresh produce with GrowNYC and increase produce deliveries to local corner stores and supermarkets.
Physical Activity - resident led foot and bike tours.
Major Issues
Community Advocacy, Healthy Food Access, Local Food
Frequently used hashtags
#brownsvillepartnership #bestofbrownsville #givelocal #brownsville#brooklyn
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