In support of the victims of the Sunset Park Shooting

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture would like to express our concern and support for the victims of the horrific subway shooting in Sunset Park. Our thoughts go out to the victims, their families and friends.

Announcing our new Managing Director

We would like to welcome Erin Carney as the new Managing Director of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. The Recruitment Taskforce conducted an exhaustive campaign and had the pleasure of interviewing several impressive candidates; however, none matched as many of our long list of desired attributes as Erin. She was most recently the founder and chief operating officer of the Brooklyn Creative League, a shared office space serving over 200 members — independent professionals, non-profits, and small-shop creative companies. As a small business owner, Erin was responsible for everything from budgeting to members’ services. Prior to that, she had a distinguished career in the non-profit sector. Erin has a solid background in fiscal management, operations, program development, and implementation, staff management, strategic planning, relationship building, and fundraising. Please join us virtually at the April 17th colloquy, “Rebirth” for an introduction to Erin and on May 16 th , in-person, for a luncheon and celebration after the “All-Society Platform.”

Ways to Help Ukrainians Affected by the War

Ways to Help Ukrainians Affected by the War

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture is committed to peace and human rights.
We are also part of the American Ethical Union (AEU), and the statement on the Ukrainian crisis can be found below:
Below you will also find resources, both, local and broader, to help support those affected by the war in Ukraine.


Razon for Ukraine:

Rallies and Protests:

Links and resources to various ways to help: 

Help children of war in Ukraine:

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America Fundraiser:;

World Central Kitchen:!/donation/checkout


Fifth Avenue BID that they are helping with a one-week Supply Drive for Ukraine.  Please read this and donate if you can. Wednesday March 2nd to Wednesday March 9th

Drop Off locations:
  Private Picassos (between Carroll and President on 5th) Mon/Fri/Sat 10am-4pm, T/W/Th 10am-12pm & 3-5pm
  That Bar Corner of Bergen on 5th Sun-Sat 3-10pm
  Winemake’Her Bar Between 11th and 12th on 5th Sat-Sun 12-10pm
  Yardsale Cafe Between 17th and 18th on 5th Sat-Sun 9am-5pm

Please consider donating any of the following items and dropping off at one of  locations:
Pain relievers
Non-sterile bandages
Elastic fixing bandages
Sterile materials for anti-burn measures
*Baby formula   (*but note info I found from Meest below)
*Hard Soap
*Non-perishable food
All items will be delivered to Meest at their NJ center and then onto Lviv, Ukraine through Poland. Items will be distributed via Meest’s non profit organization in Lviv.