HOB
 
 
Heart of Brooklyn is a not-for-profit corporation, registered in the state of New York and a 501 (c)(3) under the tax code of the Internal Revenue Service. We are a Better Business Bureau accredited charity.

If you would like a copy of Heart of Brooklyn’s most recent federal tax return visit GuideStar.


Heart of Brooklyn (HOB) is funded by a diverse group of public, private and institutional partners that enable the partnership to better support the communities it serves. Through programs in education, community outreach, cultural tourism, marketing and research, HOB increases access, awareness and opportunity for Brooklyn residents, tourists and local businesses to connect to six award-winning cultural anchors of central Brooklyn.

Heart of Brooklyn gratefully acknowledges the support of these foundations and corporations:
American Eagle Outfitters Foundation
 Liman Foundation
American Ireland Fund
 M&T Charitable Foundation 
Berkeley College  O. Paul Decker Memorial Foundation
Bloomberg Philanthropies  Offensend Family Foundation
The Brandon Store  The Pinkerton Foundation
Brooklyn Community Foundation  Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims
Cashin Family Fund
 The Rockefeller Foundation
Con Edison  TD Bank
Goldman Sachs Gives
 TD Charitable Foundation
Ingrassia Charity Foundation   Youth America
Lane Office Furniture

Heart of Brooklyn extends special thanks to the following elected officials and government agencies who provide public support for our programs:

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz  New York State Council on the Arts 
The Brooklyn Delegation of the New York City Council New York City Councilmember Letitia James
Institute of Museum and Library Services New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
National Endowment for the Arts   
New York City Department of Small Business Services
National Endowment for the Humanities  New York State Senator Eric Adams

HOB would also like to acknowledge the leadership support of Martha & Robert Rubin for the award-winning Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP), and the ongoing generosity of individuals and member institutions.