Get Involved


Volunteer & Support

To reach a wide audience, place an ad in FDC’s Annual Benefit Dinner Journal, Victorian Flatbush House Tour Guide Book or FDC’s Guide to Victorian Flatbush. There are opportunities to sponsor Flatbush Frolic and other events, as well as other community projects. Please contact (718) 859-3800, ext. 216 to discuss how your business can find exposure in our Flatbush community.

To volunteer in any of our Youth, Events and Housing Programs please call (718) 859-3800, ext. 216 and ask for a volunteer application. We work with individuals, community, and corporate volunteers groups. We welcome you and all you have to offer!









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Major Funding and Support for FDC services provided by:

Brooklyn Community Foundation

Capitol One

New York Community Trust

New York Foundation

McCance Foundation Trust

MR2 Charitable Trust

Stop and Stor Charitable Fund

Broadway Stages & Argenta Family

Credit Suisse

Bram Auto Group


Atlantic & Pacific Oil

Flatbush Food Coop

Midwood Martial Arts

Mary Kay Gallagher Real Estate

Stislow Design

Corner Media Group

Greenfield Pharmacy

Kirk Plaza Liquors, Inc.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

Brooklyn Hearth Realty

New York Methodist Hospital

Pitta & Giblin LLP

The Kings Theatre

Associated Fuel

Ditmas Park Association

West Midwood Community Association

Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District

Great Eastern Energy

Rockaway Computers

Bayside Fuel Oil Depot Corporation

Junior’s on Cortelyou Road

ANT Vending & Amusement Corp

ESF Oil Transport

The Rousakis Family

Flatbush Optical


Kestyn Real Estate

Bed and Breakfasts of Victorian Brooklyn

Footprints Cafe

Jay Pivnick and Billie Cohen

Judge Michael Gerstein and Dr. Lois Jackson

Diane and Ron Russo

Paul Zajac

Dr. Alex Rovt

Henry and Michaela Schaeffer

Hazel Tishcoff




 Assemblymember Jim Brennan

Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte

Assemblymember Weinstein

Councilmember Mathieu Eugene

Councilmember Landers

Councilmember Jumaane Williams

Senator Kevin Parker

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams