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Your Support Strengthens Our Community

In addition to membership dues, the BHA relies upon donations to strengthen its advocacy on behalf of the community. In fact, membership dues provide only 35% of our operating budget.

Please donate today to support the BHA.

If you are a BHA member, click here to log in.

The BHA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.


Annual appeal and general donations enable the BHA to direct funds to where they are most needed.

The tree fund supports care for our street trees

The BQE fund helps us advocate for a better solution to the BQE reconstruction

The PGC supports the Promenade gardens
Please donate an additional 3% to cover the credit card fee
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Your recurring contribution will be processed automatically. You will receive an email receipt for each recurring contribution.
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Corporate or Matching Gifts

Does your company match your membership or general donation? Check with your Human Resources Department, or call us at (718)858-9193 for assistance. We’re happy to help.

Leave a Legacy to the BHA

A charitable bequest through your last will and testament strengthens the BHA financially and enables it to be a more effective advocate for the community. A bequest can be a specific amount or a percentage of your estate.

If you are thinking about naming the BHA in your will or trust, or if you have already done so, please call us at (718) 858-9193 or email

To learn more about bequests, visit the Leave a Legacy website. It provides information about the common types of bequests and specific language you can use. However, it is advisable to discuss your bequest with an estate attorney preparing your will.