COJO Flatbush Holds First Post-Pandemic Seniors Luncheon

“I can’t put into words how much I missed these kinds of events,” said a woman who gave her age as a young 83.

City Council Candidates Introduce Themselves To COJO Flatbush Board Members

There was little disagreement among the candidates, all Democrats, regarding the big issues, and so each stressed his or her personal and professional qualifications.

The Rabbinical Alliance Of America Calls For Calm, Respect, Civility And Peace

America is a country built on laws that are deeply rooted in notions of equal protection and due process, even if too many times in history these rights have been overlooked.

Met Council Celebrates $50 Million Farmers To Food Pantries Program

We at Met Council work tirelessly to provide for the ever-increasing number of New Yorkers living in food insecurity because of Covid, but we cannot do it alone.

With Hope on Horizon, COJO Flatbush Holds Passover Food Distribution

Once again every effort was made to ensure the dignity of recipients, with deliveries made in a discreet manner, no different in appearance from a regular supermarket drop-off.

A City Council Member Who’s Earned The Gratitude of All Brooklynites

A recent article posted on a Brooklyn-based online news outlet concerning City Council Member Dr. Mathieu Eugene’s allocation of discretionary funding was disturbingly selective...

Tech-Savvy Jews Help Seniors Secure Vaccination Appointments

Why don’t we open this up so we can help more people? Because the evidence was pretty clear. This is not like ordering from Amazon. This is way harder.

COJO Flatbush Surprises Holocaust Survivors With Chanukah Bags Chock-full Of Goodies And Games

“Chanukah, of course, is a celebration of miracles that took place during a dark and dangerous time,” said Welz. “And the lesson we take from it is to never lose faith, no matter the circumstances.

COJO Flatbush Chanukah Food Distribution: Spreading Light By Helping Others

On Distribution Day volunteers pack and transport the items in boxes provided by a local supermarket, giving the deliveries the appearance of a regular grocery drop-off.

COJO Flatbush CEO: ‘We Weren’t Going To Let COVID Stop Us.’

COJO Flatbush was on the front lines as Census officials were forced by the pandemic to rethink and replace long-planned strategies.

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