Brooklyn nonprofit searching for new home after fire

A nonprofit group aimed at helping students graduate and teaching tolerance is in jeopardy after a fire claimed its office space last week.

The Bedford-Stuyvesant administrative offices for School News Nationwide were condemned due to structural damage to the building. School officials estimate about $1 million in damages and are unable to hold classes or continue programs.

They are actively searching for a new Brooklyn home.

School News Nationwide says that a new space will enable the program to continue to bring Holocaust survivors to classrooms to help educate city youths.

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