Brooklyn Museum

At the Brooklyn Museum you can explore an extensive and comprehensive permanent collection that includes ancient Egyptian masterpieces, African art, European painting, decorative arts, period rooms, and contemporary art. You'll also experience intelligent, cutting-edge exhibitions and programs that reflect a fresh view of traditional and historical works as well as engagement with today's most important artists and artistic practices and ideas.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an urban botanic garden that connects people to the world of plants, fostering delight and curiosity while inspiring an appreciation and sense of stewardship of the environment.

In the Garden, in its community, and well beyond, BBG inspires people of all ages through the conservation, display, and enjoyment of plants; with educational programs that emphasize learning by doing; and with research focused on understanding and conserving regional plants and plant communities.

Brooklyn Public Library

As an independent system, separate from the New York City and Queens libraries, Brooklyn Public Library serves the borough's 2.5 million residents, offering thousands of public programs, millions of books and use of more than 1,100 free Internet-accessible computers.

Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council

Since its founding in 2004, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council (PHNDC) has been the leading civic organization providing advocacy for neighborhood-wide issues on behalf of the residents and businesses of Prospect Heights. Its programs have engaged and received the support of thousands of community members in Prospect Heights and its environs.

PHNDC holds public meetings on subjects of interest to residents of Prospect Heights, including historic preservation, transportation policy, and local development. PHNDC sponsors non-partisan public forums for candidates for local elected offices. PHNDC also provides technical and operational support to block associations and community organizations within Prospect Heights.

85 Eastern Parkway Tenants Association

The tenants association at 85 Eastern Parkway was created when faced with the potential construction of 7 additional stories on top of the existing structure by the owner of the building. 85 EPTA continues to work with the Department of Buildings, local officials and CuRBA to ensure the safety and well-being of those who live in the building

Washington Avenue Block Association (WABA)

Brooklyn Community Board 8

Community Board 8 , like all the community boards within NYC has an important advisory role.  We are responsible for monitoring the services delivered to this community by other New York City agencies and for making recommendations for improvement in those services through the budget process and many other matters relating to the welfare of this community.

Brooklyn Public School 9 - Teunis G. Bergen School

The school was founded in the 1930s and has slowly undergone changes—about twenty years ago, Prospect Heights began its path of gentrification. Formerly a predominately African American community, the neighborhood has, through this slow change, become the diverse and unique cultural and socio-economic community seen today with now a mix of middle class and working class. All our children thrive and become successful and mature graduates who are ready for middle school.