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2018 Community Grant Winners

2018 Community Grant Winners

Part of the mission of the Civic Council is to support the community in which we call home. As part of our mission, we award grants to local community non for profits to help them fund an important project that they are working on. The criteria that we look for are the community impact, the […]read more >>



The Civic Council is Looking for a Few New Trustees

The Civic Council is Looking for a Few New Trustees

The Park Slope Civic Council needs you! Start off your 2018 with community service!! We are looking for Civic Council members to serve on our Board of Trustees. It’s a great opportunity to work with your neighbors. And being a Trustee provides outlets for your energy and talents for a good cause. The mission of […]read more >>



2017 Ortner Preservation Awards – Deadline Extended to Dec. 1st!

2017 Ortner Preservation Awards – Deadline Extended to Dec. 1st!

Applications are now being accepted for the Park Slope Civic Council’s 2017 Evelyn and Everett Ortner Park Slope Preservation Awards. The Awards, which were inaugurated last year, recognize projects that are compatible with the historic architecture of Park Slope and interventions by individuals or groups to protect the neighborhood’s historic character.read more >>



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T.E.A.L. – Tell Every Amazing Lady – 10 Years Gala at the Brooklyn Museum on April 21st

T.E.A.L. – Tell Every Amazing Lady – 10 Years Gala at the Brooklyn Museum on April 21st

Join T.E.A.L. on April 21st at the Brooklyn Museum for the 10 Years of Amazing Gala! Over 22,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2018. There is no screening test for ovarian cancer and over 17,000 women will be diagnosed at a late-stage, significantly lowering their survival rate. The 10 Years of Amazing […]read more >>

2018 Community Grants Application Process

2018 Community Grants Application Process

The Civic Council is accepting applications for grants to be awarded to community groups for projects in the arts, education, youth programs and civic improvement.  Applications will be evaluated on their responsiveness to the needs of the community, its residents and the merits of the program proposal.  Applications are due December 15th and will be […]read more >>