BROOKLYN, NY (10/30/17)-- On Sunday, October 29th State Senator Kevin Parker in partnership with The Heather Hurley Foundation hosted their 6th Annual Purple Power Domestic Violence Awareness Fundraiser at BrightPoint Health located at 803 Sterling Place, in Brooklyn. The event included a formal dinner, giveaways, live entertainment and motivational speaking from survivors who shared their testimony. Proceeds from the event will benefit Bloom 365, an Anti-Teen Dating Violence Educational Movement in NYC Schools.

Sen. Krueger's Community Bulletin for November is available here! It can be downloaded as a PDF file from this page, and is viewable below. 

BROOKLYN, NY (11/6/17) – On Saturday November 4, State Senator Kevin Parker and the City University of New York (CUNY) held their annual CUNY Citizenship Now! application assistance event at the Flatbush YMCA.  In partnership with State Assembly Member Rodneyse Bichotte and New York City Council Member Jumaane D. Williams, attendees were provided with free, high quality, and confidential one-on-one consultations with attorneys and paralegals to assess their immigration and naturalization needs. 

BROOKLYN, NY (10/23/17) – Over the course of three days and at different locations throughout the 21st Senate District, Senator Kevin Parker, in conjunction with Citi Health Home Care Services, Duanereade by Walgreens, New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, and Lenox Road Baptist Church hosted the legislator’s Annual Flu Shot event. More than 100 community residents received flu shots and were able access resources from organizations like Citi Health, WellCare and Camba.

State Senator Patty Ritchie is announcing she has secured $15,000 in special state funding that will help the Madrid-Waddington Central School District make much-needed upgrades to its auditorium.

Funds secured by Senator Ritchie will be used to help cover the cost of new audio/visual equipment in the school’s auditorium. The auditorium hosts a number of in-school and community events and the district’s drama club—which puts on a number of theatrical productions each year—is considered one of the state’s best.