Every year, we put on events to help support the success of the BKYSC Academy and our home, Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn Spread
The Brooklyn Spread is a neighborhood festival and a chance to celebrate Brooklyn, food, music, and basketball. The 2019 event includes concert performances headlined by Cam’ron, J-Critch, Smoke Dza, & Holy Ghost and plenty of food from great local restaurants like Frankel’s, Sweet Chick, Frankie’s Spuntino, Holy Ground BBQ, and more! With all proceeds from the event going towards BKYSC Academy programs, Brooklyn Spread is a unique way to have lots of fun and to support a great local organization at the same time!
The Post BK || 100 Dobbin Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
The Hot Shots Challenge
Every Spring since 2013, The Hot Shots Challenge connects our supporters with BKYSC’s promising student athletes in a fun and meaningful way - Donors choose who to sponsor from the BKYSC roster, and the student athletes put in the work -- every shot made means more money towards their after-school and summer program // October 2019
The Holiday Fundraiser
Each holiday season since 2010, we've gotten together to celebrate a year's worth of hard work and progress. The Holiday Fundraiser is a way for old friends to reunite and new friendships to form. There's always food, fun and good times to be had. In 2019, The Holiday Fundraiser will be the official 10-year celebration of Brooklyn Youth Sports Club’s first decade!
Ronen's 3-on-3 B-Ball Bash
Now part of our The Brooklyn Spread festival, the Ronen's 3-on-3 B-Ball Bash is back for another year to honor our great friend Ronen Katz, who shared two passions core to our mission — basketball and education. Join us for some 3-on-3 hoops and follow it up with live music and great food at the Brooklyn Spread // July 21, 2018
The Brooklyn Bridge Holiday Classic
Held every year in December since 2015, we host The Brooklyn Bridge Holiday Classic with the Jordan Brand as a way to create exposure and recruitment opportunities for local high school student-athletes. More than a thousand fans and coaches come out to George Washington HS to catch a glimpse of Brooklyn's finest high school ball players.