BRC is always striving to improve the quality and effectiveness of our work. Proof of that is the recognition among leaders in the nonprofit sector, academic institutions, government agencies, and corporate and foundation supporters we receive for our achievements and innovations. Our honors include:
BRC was presented with the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter Andrew J. Thomas Pioneer in Housing Award, recognizing BRC’s contributions to the profession of architecture through its approach to funding and design-driven solutions for affordable housing.
BRC CEO and President, Muzzy Rosenblatt was honored at the New York Nonprofit Media's inaugural 50 Over 50 Awards for his leadership and continued positive impact on New York.
BRC CEO and President, Muzzy Rosenblatt was selected by the Nonprofit Times for inclusion in the annual Power and Influence Top 50 highlighting leadership and innovation.
BRC Chemical Dependency Crisis Center head nurse, Mary Cardelli, received the New York Nonprofit Media Front Line Heroes award for her incredible work with BRC clients.
BRC was a winner in the New York Nonprofit (NYN) Cause Awards for its impact on the most pressing human services issues of New York's nonprofit sector.
BRC was one of 10 finalists for the Drucker Prize for Nonprofit Innovation, from among nearly 500 applications.
BRC was a winner of the New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Award. The competition recognizes outstanding management practices of nonprofits in New York City, Long Island, and Westchester.
Mutual of America
BRC was named a Merit Finalist Award Winner in recognition the outstanding work of BRC’s Transit Homeless Outreach program in reducing unsheltered homelessness the New York City transit system.
Lilly Reintegration Awards
BRC received first place honors in the housing category at the 2010 Lilly Reintegration Awards, granted by the Eli Lilly Foundation. BRC was selected from scores of applicants for the success of its Reception Center program in helping people living with a mental illness find and retain housing and reintegrate into the community.
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BRC is also a top-rated charity on Charity Watch, with a current and longstanding “A” rating, and a platinum seal of excellence from GuideStar for exemplary executive, financial, and programmatic operations. Learn more about Our Accountability.>