Immigration

Migrant families are being separated when entering NYC shelter system: Advocates

Some asylum seekers who do not have documentation to prove they are related have opted to sleep on the street rather than be housed in different shelters.

Immigration

Migrant transfers continue, despite outcry

Advocates have called on federal officials to return 70 migrants transferred out of the Orange County Correctional Facility back to their communities.

Immigration

Texas Gov. Abbott escalates feud with Eric Adams by ‘shamelessly’ sending migrant buses to NYC

The move follows Adams’ refusal to accept Abbott’s invitation to visit the Texas border towns where migrants are crossing into the U.S.

Nonprofits

NYC nonprofits respond to monkeypox outbreak

As members of the LGBTQ+ community seek coveted monkeypox vaccination appointments, the uptake in demand is also revealing the wider disparities in vaccination access.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Solving NYC’s affordable housing crisis, even during a pandemic

How Project Renewal pressed on to serve its clients during COVID-19.

Nonprofits

Inside Broadway delivers in-person and digital programming as COVID-19 subsides

The nonprofit is back on stage as it celebrates its 40th anniversary this year

Working Families Party

The WFP’s Bill Lipton on state Senate Democratic reunification

The Working Families Party's New York state political director Bill Lipton said that while he supports reunification and the ascension of Andrea Stewart-Cousins to lead a united Senate Democratic conference, the WFP is sticking with its endorsements of candidates challenging members of the Senate Independent Democratic Conference.

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Nonprofits

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.

Millennials are generous to nonprofits

We’ve dispensed with the notion that millennials are selfish and entitled - they do support causes.

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Nonprofits

CPC launches philanthropic campaign, awards $500,000 to nonprofits

Ten organizations received funding to promote environmental justice, racial wealth equity, as well as provide COVID-19 relief resources.

Procurement progress: NYC pays out $4.2 billion

Officials announced a new initiative had begun addressing the backlog of payments owed to contractors, primarily nonprofit service providers.

Nonprofits

Nonprofits receive $50,000 awards to promote digital equity

The Siegel Family Endowment awarded grants to five organizations after New York City’s Internet Master Plan was paused in June.

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.

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Opinion

The removal of women and gender-expansive people from Rikers Island takes on a new urgency

After 11 deaths at the city jail, the population’s exit from the Rose M. Singer Center needs to be prioritized.

Nonprofits

Preventing reimprisonment of formerly incarcerated individuals starts with higher-paying jobs

The city should work with unions and re-entry providers to create work opportunities that facilitate and track long-term success.

Opinion

Revamping how we teach reading must be fundamental to NYC DOE reforms

Mayor Eric Adams and Schools Chancellor David Banks took promising first steps by proposing a shift to an evidence-based reading curriculum and comprehensive dyslexia screenings.

Opinion

The equitable dilemma of NYC’s potholes

How are potholes linked to equity? New York City is a prime example of how they are.