Honoring The Grand Army Plaza

Please note that this site is currently being developed. The main idea is to develop an online community, where users will be able to communicate about issues, activities, and other things connected to the Grand Army Plaza. Eventually the site will act as a forum, with the intent to promote the Grand Army Plaza, as well as facilitate change and community support for the place. We are all very excited about this project and we welcome ideas and contributions, and hope that you will come back soon to see our site once it is 100% complete!

Information and useful resources about the Grand Army Plaza.

As proud citizens we are happy to commemorate this incredible site of great national and historic significance and share it openly to promote and educate people on the importance of the Grand Army Plaza.

Interesting YouTube video...

Horse Carriage Outside the Grand Army Plaza

One of the best things is taking a ride in a horse and carriage around the Grand Army Plaza or really anywhere in NYC!

Location: Grand Army Plaza is located in Brooklyn, New York. It is Brooklyn’s version of the Arc de Triomphe.

Area: 11-acres

History: The Grand Army Plaza (1867) was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. It was originally known as Prospect Park Plaza. The site was later renamed in 1926.

Other Significance:

  • It is also the site of the Bailey Fountain (monument to John F. Kennedy)
  • Civil War generals: Gouverneur Kemble Warren and Henry Warner Slocum
  • Other notable Brooklyn “icons” such as Alexander Skene and Henry Maxwell

Local Businesses Supporting This Project Financially or Other:

External Resources

Local Grand Army PLaza Events

FREE Training Opportunity - Fundraising Planning

Introduction to Fundraising Planning will show you how to analyze your organization’s situation and develop a fundraising plan that will include a variety of revenue sources.

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A successful nonprofit organization needs to cultivate multiple revenue streams through sound financial planning. If your organization has never developed a fundraising plan or run fundraisers, this session is for you. It provides an overview of the process of strategically thinking through the components of a fundraising plan. You'll learn how to:

  • Conduct an assets inventory.
  • Develop a case statement.
  • Identify fundraising partners.
  • Prepare a fundraising plan and calendar.
Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library
Grand Army Plaza - Thursday, October 29, 2009 - 2:00-4:00 pm

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