What it takes to get a disorder recognized

How a nonprofit was created to build a community for children with Non-Verbal Learning Disability


GED test center for people with disabilities opens in NYC

The Lower Manhattan facility operated by the nonprofit Institute for Career Development is equipped with both general and specific assistive technology.

New York City

City & State’s Government Procurement conference focuses on modernization

The event attended by government leaders and procurement experts stressed the importance of robust digitization and best business practices.


New York Blood Center welcomes newly eligible LGBTQ+ donors

The move comes after the Food and Drug Administration issued its final guidance on a screening process that is not based on sexual or gender identity.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Helping kids post-COVID-19: A Q&A with Partnership With Children’s new CEO Wesner Pierre

The exec looks back at his own childhood and can relate to the challenges New York City’s youth face moving forward from the pandemic.

Interviews & Profiles

‘My private life mirrors my professional life:’ Union Settlement CEO on her devotion to public service

Darlene Williams sits down for a discussion with New York Nonprofit Media.

Interviews & Profiles

College admissions, post-affirmative action

PeerForward CEO Gary Linnen discusses his work helping students of color into higher education in an interview with New York Nonprofit Media.

Interviews & Profiles

Formerly incarcerated and fighting for prison reform

Jose Hamza Saldana, director of Release Aging People in Prison, in a conversation with New York Nonprofit Media, discusses how to effect change in the face of an Albany scared of seeming soft on crime.

AdviceShow All

Perfect Your virtual and hybrid event fundraising: 5 Ideas

Use these best practices to supercharge your online fundraising strategies!


Three onboarding best practices for post-COVID-19 hires

If your nonprofit’s onboarding process hasn’t undergone a refresh recently, consider these critical changes that will resonate with new employees.

FundingShow All

Harlem-based arts organization receives $2 million ‘transformational’ grant

The funding from the Mellon Foundation will help EMERGE125 expand longevity and capacity for future projects.


Ukrainian aid nonprofit redefines charity as 'cool'

The Sunflower Network fundraises using a pop-up approach to sell art and clothing


Real Talk: Crunch time

Nonprofits are feeling the pressure from rising interest rates and the increasing cost of borrowing.


Hispanic Federation Gala raises over $3 million

The money raised will go towards supporting programming across 42 states and Puerto Rico

PodcastsShow All

Passenger Surcharge Provides Workers' Comp to Drivers: The Black Car Fund

See the training, resources and insurance provided to keep independent-contracted drivers safe.

Showing impact with St. Nicks Alliance and Change Capital Fund

Change Capital Fund invests in helping nonprofits demonstrate their impact, but the data collection to make that happen can be a heavy lift.

These are the FPWA's New York City budget priorities

We sat down with the leader of a leading nonprofit to discuss where the sector is at after the passage of the state budget.

OpinionShow All


More severe weather in NYC could have hidden dire effects, here’s how we can build resilience

A collaboration of government and nonprofit institutions could mitigate the economic and social effects of climate change.


Opinion: The cost of a workplace disaster

This Labor Day, New York must bring justice to fallen workers


Opinion: Looking at Women’s Equality Day from behind bars

Women are the fastest growing segment of the incarcerated population, and along with gender-expansive people, often punished more harshly than others in prison.

New York City

Opinion: The right to shelter makes New York stronger

Undermining the right to shelter in order to avoid housing asylum-seekers would be a betrayal of our city’s values and leave us all worse off.