Little Flower welcomed elected officials, peers, partners, staff, clients, and the community to the grand opening of their NYC Flagship site in the historic Pfizer building in Brooklyn. Little Flower, one of the largest and most respected children’s services agencies servicing the city and Long Island, has consolidated their NYC based services in a unified space to meet their current needs with room for future growth.
“This is an exciting time for Little Flower. The Flagship site will provide opportunities and benefits to all of our staff, children and families, and the community overall,” remarked Chief Executive Officer Corinne Hammons. “Our new urban campus offers an open, collaborative space allowing for a better work environment as well as a welcoming and child-focused waiting room and visiting rooms. As we settle in we look forward to furthering our vision of supporting those who rely on us as they transition to their best self.”
Over 100 staff, previously located in offices in Jamaica, Queens, and Downtown Brooklyn now call the space home. Flagship houses the foster care program with various family-focused visiting rooms; the program for individuals with developmental disabilities; part of the Health Homes team; and the medical and mental health team, equipped with medical exam rooms as well as administrative and fundraising departments.