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BRC's 2020 Virtual Champions Benefit

A replay is available at


Thank you so much to everyone who participated in and supported our Impact in Action Impact-a-thon and our 2020 Champions Benefit!

Over the last two months, BRC Champions ran, walked, hiked, & cycled  and then came together virtually in celebration of BRC’s supportive community and to help BRC’s clients and programs.

During our Champions Benefit virtual event, we learned how BRC has helped individuals with housing, stabilization programs, meals, job training, and medical and mental health support, while staying on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We met our benefit hosts, the BRC Leadership Council, and learned how this diverse group of young professionals epitomize the mission of BRC Champions with their awareness and support; we cheered our TeamBRC members for their endurance-style “Impact-a-thon” accomplishments!

And of course, we had some fun watching as Broadway Artists Javier Munoz sang a moving New York anthem; Freestyle Love Supreme’s Jelly Donut (AKA Andrew Bancroft) and Reina Fire (AKA Ashley Perez Flannagan) spit lyrics and beats with the help from the live audience; and Nikki James end the show with an encore of her uplifting rendition of “Rise Up.”

If you missed this jam packed experience or would like to see it again, the replay of the Oct 27th event is now available at 

Donations in honor of the event can be made on the page or by going to . Any donation of $150 or more will get a commemorative BRC Champions Benefit T-Shirt until Oct 31st!

You can also still support our TeamBRC members' Impact-a-thon campaigns thru Oct 31st as well.

A special thank you to the sponsors of the evening:

The Boger Family Foundation

Robert Pruzan, Blair Effron

Centerview Partners

Gallagher Insurance

Driscoll Foods

Hirschen Singer & Epstein LLP

Thanks again to our BRC Leadership Council, and to everyone who made the evening possible, and continue to make BRC possible. You truly are our BRC Champions.


From the Desk of Muzzy

Rather than create wealth for private developers, could we use the same shelter contract to create housing for low-income people?

Muzzy Rosenblatt,
CEO & President