BK non-profit needs area support for $250K grant

One Brooklyn non-profit is asking for the public to help them win a huge grant.'A Young Mother's D.R.E.A.M' helps young mothers, ages 16 to 23,

BROOKLYN - One Brooklyn non-profit is asking for the public to help them win a huge grant.

'A Young Mother's D.R.E.A.M' helps young mothers, ages 16 to 23, complete their education by pairing them with other women who finished college despite having kids at a young age. The organization was started by Geneva Farrow, who had her son while she was in college.

The non-profit is now in the running for a $250,000 grant through Chase and needs local support to win.

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