Real Talk: New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice - A litmus test for procurement reform

Looking at a tiny agency and the potential for working through its backlog of delayed payments.

Nonprofit hits $100M fundraising milestone

New York Road Runners’ Team for Kids will use the money for free youth and community programs.

Best practices for a nonprofit's investment committee oversight

Here’s guidance for nonprofit leaders who participate in the management of their organization’s assets.


DYCD hosts second event in support of faith-based nonprofits

The agency offered information on how organizations can seek city funding.


Mother Cabrini Health foundation awards $165 million in grants

The funding will address the health-related needs of low-income New Yorkers.


MWBE lender takes community-based approach

Lendistry, the sole administrator of the New York State COVID-19 Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program, focuses on closing the wealth gap created by barriers and lack of access to small business financing.

University Settlement’s early childhood mental health program receives $650,000 grant

The grant is the largest single-year gift in the organization’s history


SCAN-Harbor event raises more than $1 million

The 2022 Fall Gala celebrated the organization’s youth and families under the theme, “Better Together.”


Hunter College receives historic $52 million donation

Billionaire Estée Lauder heir Leonard Lauder made the gift to the school, the most ever given to a CUNY institution, for a new nurse practitioner program.


MacKenzie Scott award goes to Chinese-American Planning Council

CPC is one of 343 nonprofit organizations to receive a grant from the author and philanthropist this year.


Nonprofit receives $100K for emergency migrant relief fund

The Havens Relief Fund Society was among 66 organizations awarded grant funding from the New York Community Trust.


The Doe Fund raises over $1.4 million at annual gala

Nearly 500 guests were in attendance at the event, "A Bridge to Opportunity."

New York Nonprofit Media hosts 2022 FundCon

The fifth annual event gave fundraising professionals valuable advice on storytelling, social media and more.


Real Talk: The procurement backlog is only the beginning

$4.2 billion in payments to nonprofits that was “unlocked” through a city initiative that registered 2,600 previously unregistered, retroactive contracts, was only the first step in getting them paid.


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.

Breaking News

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.