Established in 2008 EFV had a vision of developing our community!

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ABOUT EAST FLATBUSH VILLAGE, INC

East Flatbush Village, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization committed to providing support and information to indigent populations.

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OUR PROGRAMS

What we do today will enrich the lives of families to have a colorful future.

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  • ACADEMICS
  • EFV ELITE YOUTH SPORTS
  • CULTURAL ENRICHMENT
  • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
  • ANTI-VIOLENCE INITIATIVE

EFV Academic support program:
Peer tutoring
After-School homework assistance
S.T.E.A.M. (Science Technology Engineering Arts & Math summer program
ESL student & parent workshops

EFV ELITE YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM:
Dance
Cheer/STUNT
Flag/Tackle Football
Basketball
Aquatics Program
Track & Field
Double Dutch

EFV offers a range of community enrichment programs: Mentorship, Dance, Step, Arts & Craft, Digital Inclusion, Photography, Martial Arts, Graphic & Web Design & Music creativity programs.

EFV CASA Program Dance
EFV STEAM Summer Program

EFV engages the community based on the needs of the community. This is done through our EFV E.N.O.U.G.H Anti-violence Initiative (Educating Neighborhoods Organizing the Underserved w/ Grassroots organizing Healthy-initiatives) This done with organizing block associations, community events, parent engagement workshops, E.N.O.U.G.H. – Anti-Violence Initiatives, referral to resources and workshops including the following: Inform the community on social/economics awareness, healthy living, health awareness issues, Job opportunities, relationship building & domestic violence.

EFV E.N.O.U.G.H. Mentorship program

  • EFV Boys2Manhood Workshop series
  • EFV Sistas With A Vision (SWV)

EFV Healthy Aging Program
Crisis Management/Cure Violence/Conflict Mediation

EFV E.N.O.U.G.H. Initiative – After-school Program

In an effort to stay proactive, we have established the EFV E.N.O.U.G.H. (Educating, Neighborhoods, Organizing, Under-served, Grassroots-organizing and Health-awareness) Initiative, which involves community organizing and activism designed to curtail rising street violence within our community. We use our annual anti-violence Not In My Hood March and our involvement in Participatory Budgeting, Know Your Rights Forums and other Workshops, Occupy the Corner and our Shooting Response Team, where we coordinate with local clergy, violence interrupters and local elected officials to provide assistance to families impacted by gang or street violence.

An afters-chool program which utilizes our E.N.O.U.G.H. Initiative is currently being implemented at Meyer Levin Junior High School and Kurt Hahn Expeditionary Learning School located in Tilden Educational Campus. This program, using the Cure Violence model, is funded by Mayor De Blasio and Councilman Jumaane D. Williams via the Department Of Education; it is aimed at youth, ages 11-18, who have displayed conduct consistent with involvement in gang activities and other types of unproductive behavior. The goal of this program is to impact the lives of these students in a positive way, to encourage them to correct their behavior and give them necessary tools and opportunity to mentor others around them.

The youth participating will learn our six pillars: Accountability, Unity, Responsibility, Creativity, Restraint, and Mentorship throughout the course of the program:

Mentorship Program

  • Youth led support groups
  • Mentoring Boys Program: Boys 2 ManHood
  • Mentoring Girls Program: Sister With a Vision
  • Rites of Passage Ceremony: Badges will be given to students signifying their accomplishments (Therite of passage will mark the student’s transition from one status to another. The rites of passage explore and describe various notable milestones in each student’s life.)
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EFV STAFFERS

 Monique Waterman, Co-Founder/CEO

Monique Waterman has resided in East Flatbush, Brooklyn for 36 years. She is married to her lovely husband, Eric Waterman and they have four magnificent children. Monique lives by the poem: “One Hundred Years from Now” and she uses this to guide her interactions within her professional, community and personal life.

Monique began her civic engagement by creating a scholarship fund for her family in 2003. From 2004 to 2005 she served as Block Association President for East 29th Block Association which comprises of 4 blocks from Glenwood Road to Newkirk Avenue. During that same time she organized the East 46th Street Block Association and also coordinated multiple community block clean ups since 2004. She served on the Community Board 17 Youth Committee in 2005. She also had the privilege to serve her community by being a Civilian Advisor for the NYPD 67th Precinct in 2005 to 2006. She serves on the Parent Teacher Association for her children’s school PS 135 (1st Vice President) and Brooklyn Jesuit Prep HS (PTA President.)

 Denise Z. Marshall, Chairperson

I’ve been in the field of social work for 7 years and graduated from Queens College with a BA in Sociology. I’m also a licensed Cosmetologist for over 10 years and graduated from LIBS Beauty School. I love working with children and families and making a positive difference in their lives. I take pride in helping others feel good about themselves as well as making them look good in the process. I’m an avid animal lover. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, baking, doing hair, arts/crafts, interior decorating, fashion and volunteering my time to a good cause.

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Meet the staff responsible for all of the smiling faces at East Flatbush Village daily.

Monique Waterman
Denise Marshall

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