Since 1979, the Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush has been a principal community resource center for the neighborhoods of Southern Brooklyn. We are a rapidly expanding 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt community-based organization, continuously working on behalf of the diverse populations of the Brooklyn localities we serve. COJO is your comprehensive ONE-STOP SITE for a wide array of social services, employment and small business programs. Located in the heart of the community, COJO is a multi-faceted, non-sectarian agency, providing advocacy and a broad range of human services to neighborhood residents. COJO addresses your quality of life issues, day-to-day needs, and provides resources for a safety net, to assure the continued well-being of all individuals and families requiring services and assistance. Each year, tens of thousands of people come to COJO and receive vital support services. Over 220 affiliate-member organizations, representing a vast network of social, educational, religious, fraternal, financial and health care institutions work with us to address the needs of our neighbors.

COJO of Flatbush is a beneficiary of UJA-Federation's Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. To make a donation to the Fund, go to Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.

New! Additional aid relating to Hurricane Sandy is now available to Brooklyn and Queens residents of Zone1; please click here to learn more.

FUNDING FOR OUR PROGRAMS & SERVICES IS PROVIDED BY:
BLOOMBERG L.P. • LEADER FAMILY FUND
• NYS DEPARTMENT OF STATE • NYS LEGISLATURE • NY CITY COUNCIL
• NYS OASAS • NYS OTDA
NYS OCFS • NYC DFTA • NYC DYCD
• NYC DCA OFE • NYC DSBS • BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT
• BIKUR CHOLIM OF FLATBUSH/ BORO PARK
• A Beneficiary of the UJA-Federation of NY
• Funded by UJA-Federation of NY's Connect to Recovery
• A Proud Affiliate of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty

UJA Federation of NY's Connect to Recovery