We need your help to stop the violence and build healthy neighborhoods. Join the movement with Neighbors in Action. There are many ways you can make a difference.
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Become a Neighbors in Action volunteer and help build the future for your neighborhood. Check the box on our signup form below if you are interested in volunteering with us! We will reach out to you.
Questions? Contact Karolin Betances, Community Engagement Liaison, at email@example.com, or call (718)773-6886.
To make a monetary donation to S.O.S. and Neighbors in Action, please click here.
Pick up an S.O.S. Don’t Shoot poster from our office and put it in your window or business, stand with us at shooting responses, help plan and attend community events, share our tweets and facebook posts. Refer a young person to Youth Organizing to Save Our Streets, Justice Community Plus, or Make It Happen programs.
The first step to achieving change is to get informed. Please visit our readings page to learn about gun violence in Brooklyn and beyond, and what we can do to help stop the violence.
S.O.S. and Youth Programs staff may be able to give a workshop or presentation about gun violence and our work in your school. Please call 718-773-6886 if you’re interested in S.O.S. staff involvement.
Youth Program staff are available to lead free workshops for schools and youth groups in Central Brooklyn. If you are interested in visiting our site or bringing staff to your program, please complete the Workshop Request Form HERE.
Submit artwork to the Arts to End Violence Festival, create a public service announcement, or help S.O.S. create effective public education materials. If you are a graphic designer, web designer, photographer, or curator, please contact Karolin at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how your skills can be utilized.
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S.O.S. and programs of Neighbors of Action are also looking for tickets to entertainment, sporting and cultural events. Please email email@example.com if you have access to free or reduced price tickets.