Neighborhood Technical
Assistance Clinic


Couples Who Care, Serve
and Give Back

with special recognition to Cheryl Wills, NY1 News
Sharonnie Perry, Community Activist  



December 6, 2012

6 PM 9 PM

Victorian Mansion

247 Hancock St. (between Marcy and Thompkins),



Cynthia Holiday

Cynthia Holiday is a woman who can certainly put on a show - Matt Rogers, NY Amsterdam News

Brooklyn Jazz Generation

Noel Pointer Fundation String Quartet
Noel Pointer Foundation
Youth String Quartet

Join us for an evening of jazz at this special Brooklyn fundraising event which will enable us to provide free training to grassroots groups and nonprofit leaders who are struggling against all odds to serve the great people of Brooklyn.  

Nonprofit organizations, faith-based institutions, and block association residents will benefit from the proceeds from this event by being able  to receive capacity building training free of charge.  All trainings will be held in Brooklyn. 

Cost of advanced tickets is $50
Inquire about special rate for Seniors
Community and Corporate Leadership tickets
$100 and $250

Reservations online  or by calling 718.455.3784

Mail payments to:
544 MacDonough Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233
Attention: NTAC Benefit Committee

The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic serves the needs of philanthropic individuals and organizations in their efforts to develop support and maintain effective community-based and faith-based programs. We also serve nonprofits wishing to improve programs and organizational capacity for addressing the needs of low-income service starved neighborhoods. We provide consultation, strategic direction and management, technical assistance and forums for increasing substantive outcomes in all these areas of human and financial investment. Valerie Oliver-Durrah, President/CEO: Rev. Sylvia Kinard, Board Chair.