By Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams
Throughout my years in public life, I have noticed that during our fast-paced daily movements, good people often pass each other on the street without ever meeting – without ever realizing that great opportunities are being squandered. I want to do something to change this.
I am excited to kickoff 10,000 Concerned Brooklynites, an effort to identify, organize, and unite people from all walks of life to build a movement which will actively contribute to the betterment of their communities.
This initiative will have five steps:
1. I ask all who are interested to sign-up by completing this simple link. In addition to requesting information to aid in communicating with you, the link will also ask for your area(s) of interest, e.g. youth, seniors, education, etc. (NOTE: As always, my office will never share your personal information without your permission.)
2. Your interest(s) will enable us to group you with people who share your common passion.
3. Each individual who signs-up will be asked to reach out additional people who are doing great work in Brooklyn.
4. I will then hold a series of gatherings around the borough so that liked-minded people can meet each other and connect.
5. Each individual who signs-up will be updated via email on those things that are happening in the borough concerning their area(s) of interest.
Sign-up to join me and 9,999 other Concerned Brooklynites by clicking on this link: 10,000 Concerned Brooklynites