People hold meeting around table at a conference room.
Building connections with overwhelmingly white funders remains a challenge, according to a new report.
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Unloading a truck at the Campaign Against Hunger in Brooklyn this April.
Many nonprofits are struggling to access the federal governments newly available loan program.
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Line at the Campaign Against Hunger food pantry in Brooklyn on April 14th.
Demand at food banks has surged statewide with downstate seeing the greatest hit.
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An essential worker at Malia Mills, a fashion garment factory that has been repurposed to produce reusable hospital gowns for frontline healthcare workers.
Nonprofits and elected officials call on the federal government to provide bonus pay for essential workers.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio visits The Campaign Against Hunger food pantry on April 14th.
Philanthropy has shifted to offer nonprofits helping vulnerable New Yorkers flexible emergency funding.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at press conference.
New York City would cut several summer youth programs under the proposed budget.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference, holding up a pamphlet.
The city plans to expand and streamline its home-delivered meals system.
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A person fills out a U.S. census form.
The Trump administration has asked for more time to return the latest population counts.
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U.S. Capitol Building.
Advocates have also pushed for the charitable deduction to be expanded.
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Person handing out food.
Food pantries, soup kitchens and other food providers have been shuttering in the past several weeks because of the COVID-19 crisis.
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