Nonprofits

Foreclosure sign
Nonprofit hospitals placed liens on thousands of New Yorkers’ homes, jeopardizing their chances to an economically secure future.
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Pamela Maraldo
The not-for-profit’s chief executive officer Pamela Maraldo talks to NYN Media about the importance of financial literacy and economic empowerment for girls in NYC and beyond.
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Kelley Wiliams
Executive director Kelley Williams of The West Side Commons talks to NYN Media about contract justice, navigating contracts and potential solutions the upcoming administration can take.
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New York City apartment buildings.
The Executive Director talks to NYN Media about his work at Union Settlement, stepping down and his next steps.
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Kings County Family Court in Brooklyn.
The lawsuit claims that New York family court attorneys’ paltry pay is preventing their clients from getting adequate service.
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Family Night Out hosted by the Mets ahead of Father’s Day for Tuesday’s Children families who lost loved ones on 9/11.
The organization’s executive director, Terry Sears, spoke with NYN Media about the nonprofit’s trajectory over the past 20 years and how it has expanded its mission.
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Alphonso David, former president of the Human Rights Campaign.
After being ousted from the Human Rights Campaign, David has threatened the organization’s board with a “legal challenge” but does he have a shot at a successful suit?
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“I think larger organizations have weathered the storm better,” Tiloma Jayasinghe, president and CEO of Community Resource Exchange, told NYN Media.
Small and midsized nonprofits were protected from being forced to shut down or merge thanks to government help.
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A New Yorker being served a meal from Citymeals on Wheels.
Resilience and innovation can help resolve short-term challenges but there’s a long haul ahead.
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"Nonprofits asking for interns to work without pay is not just unfair, it actually has racist undertones," writes Angelique Molina.
Nonprofits may find themselves contributing to inequity and the racial wealth gap when they don’t pay interns.
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