Partners & Supporters

Thanks to our Partners

Over the years, The GodSquad has been working with a growing list of nonprofit organizations, businesses, elected officials and local hospitals to provide well-needed wrap-around services as we continue to build safer and stronger communities.

Reducing violence in our cities

  • Increased access to mentorship and guidance for “at-risk” youth is a successful deterrent of crime.  “At-risk” youth are defined as young people who live in a city with heightened levels of gun violence and who may require  temporary or ongoing intervention in order to succeed academically, professionally, and personally. This collective will provide that intervention in the form of life changing growth opportunities and tangible skills that will allow them to reach their highest potential.

Police accountability 

  • The clergy ​in all major cities have long played a significant and unique role in building and maintaining trusting relationships between their communities, District Attorney (or equivalent) and Law Enforcement Agencies, serving as bridges between residents and law enforcement agencies.

Support for gun violence victim families

  • As clergy who are trained, we guide families through the grieving process by offering bereavement services, funeral and memorial services, victims’ services, and overall being a constant presence for all those who need support.

National Gun Violence Prevention Summit

Organizations & Businesses

5M Mask Making Militia, 5mmask.com

AD58 Taskforce

ADL, www.adl.org

AYR Wellness

Bakeman Global 

Barbara’s Flowers

BCQL

Big Apple Leadership Academy for Arts  Inc.

Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute,     

Christopher Rose Community Empowerment  Campaign Inc

Cold Stone Creamery 

Community Security Service 

The BRIDGE

COPO, facebook.com/copousa

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/about/about-doh.page

Driscoll Food, driscollfoods.com

East Flatbush Partnership, facebook.com/eastflatbushpartnership

East Flatbush Village

Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield

NYACK College

Epic Village Community Development

Fatherhood Academy Program at Kingsborough Community College 

Flatbush Family Health Center at NYU Langone, 

Food Bank, foodbanknyc.org

Fresh Direct, freshdirect.com

Greater NY Nursing, gnyservices.com

Health Care Education Project, healthcareeducationproject.org

HealthFirst,
healthfirst.org

Healthy Start Brooklyn & Citywide Doula Initiative 

Iberia Foods, www.iberiafood.com

JCRC

Job Corps

KAVI 

LAMAD Academy

Lishawn Consulting

LiveOnNY

Metro Plus, www.metroplus.org

Metropolitan Home Care Way 

MOCJ 

Morris Heights Health  Center

National Grid, nationalgrid.com

New Heights Gym

NY Life Insurance

NYAGV

NYC ACS Infant Safe Sleep Unit

NYC Commission on Human Rights, Love & Kindness Wellness Services

NYC Cops & Kids Boxing

NYPD     

OPHC

Power Of Two

Riseboro Community Partnership 

Sun River Health

Emblem Health      

TGI Office Automation      

US Census, https://2020census.gov

Whole Foods, www.wholefoods.com

Why Not Now Ministry 

Your Problem is Our Problem LLC

Hospitals

Kings County Hospital, nychealthandhospitals.org/kingscounty

SUNY Downstate, downstate.edu

One Brooklyn Health System,
onebrooklynhealth.org

Elected Officials

Governor Kathy Hochul, www.governor.ny.gov/

Mayor Eric L Adams, www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/bio.page

Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso, www.brooklyn-usa.org

US Senator Chuck Schumer, www.schumer.senate.gov

Congressmember Yvette Clarke, https://clarke.house.gov

Congressmember Hakeem Jeffries, https://jeffries.house.gov

Office of NYC Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams, www.pubadvocate.nyc.gov

NYC Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, https://comptroller.nyc.gov/about/about-scott-m-stringer

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzales, www.brooklynda.org/eric-gonzalez

NYS Senator Kevin Parker, www.nysenate.gov/senators/kevin-s-parker

 NYS Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn, assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Rodneyse-Bichotte

NYS Senator Zellnor Myrie, https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/zellnor-myrie

 NYS Assemblymember N. Nick Perry, https://nyassembly.gov/mem/N-Nick-Perry

NYS Assemblymember Helene E. Weinstein, https://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Helene-E-Weinstein

NYC Councilmember Farah N. Louis, https://council.nyc.gov/district-45/

NYC  Councilmember Alicka Ampry-Samuel, https://council.nyc.gov/district-41

Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice/ Office to Prevent Gun Violence, https://criminaljustice.cityofnewyork.us

Mayor’s Office Community Affairs Unit, www1.nyc.gov/site/cau/index.page

Mayor’s Office Center for Faith and Community Partnerships, www1.nyc.gov/site/cfcp/about/about-the-center-for-faith-and-community-partnerships.page

Support The GodSquad

Officers at the 67th precinct receive masks from 5MMASK and the 67th Precinct Clergy Council Inc. Photo: Zam Barrett.

“Without vision the people perish; without PROVISION the vision perishes.” 

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    67th Precinct Clergy Council, INC. 203 E 37th Street, Brooklyn NY 11203. 

Your donation will support our vision and help make our community safer. Thank you.

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