Brooklyn Coop Monthly Newsletter
Join us for Citi Bike Unlocked
Do You Want To Bike in NYC But Are Afraid?

Come to an information session especially fo r Brooklyn Coop members designed to help you feel more comfortable riding on the streets of NYC.

*An optional ride to Fort Greene Park and back will follow immediately after the info session.

Where: Bed-Stuy branch, 834 Dekalb Ave
When : Tuesday, June 4th, starting at 6pm

This event is available to Brooklyn Coop members only
Meet Our Members: Mery
Mery encourages other entrepreneurs to build relationships with small financial institutions where Loan Officers get to know customers and work to provide them with a product that best meets their needs. 
In 2014, Mery wanted to open a Beauty Salon in Jackson Heights with her mom. After learning about Brooklyn Coop from a friend she joined and applied for a small business loan to help launch the business. Once she paid off the loan and grew her business Mery sought funding for a new venture. In 2019 she came back to Brooklyn Coop and applied for a second loan for her new nail salon in Astoria. The second loan has enabled her to update the salon, furnish it with new chairs and offer trendy products to her customers.
From the Blog: Our 2nd Town Hall
This week's blog post is about our most recent Town Hall held last Thursday.

It was our second one and held in Spanish. About a dozen committed members came and provided ideas on outreach, member education and board participation.

To learn about more ways that you can get involved, CLICK HERE!

And stay tuned for details about the next Town Hall to be held in September.
Come Volunteer with us at Riseboro Farmers Market
We are looking for volunteers to come table with staff at the RiseBoro Farmers Market at Maria Hernandez Park. We are tabling alternating Saturdays the entire summer through the Fall.

The next one is June 8th .

Contact us at to participate!
Homebuyer Workshop, Grants Available
Next Session: Saturdays, June 1st and 15th, 10:00am-2:00pm

RSVP is required and space is limited.

Fee for the two part class is $50.

HPD HomeFirst down payment assistance program will provide a grant up to $40,000 in down payment and closing cost assistance to be used towards the purchase of a home in one of the five boroughs.
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