Funding

Minority and women-owned businesses get tiny increase of NYC spending

Comptroller Brad Lander’s annual procurement report found that 5.3% of city contracts and purchase orders registered in Fiscal Year 2023 went to MWBEs, up from 5.2% in the previous fiscal year

News

New York Road Runners expands Commissioner’s Cup

The race, which included the New York police and fire departments in 2023, has six more public service agencies and mayor’s office in this year’s run.

News

In vision for the city, Speaker Adams lays out plan to hold City Hall accountable

Affordable housing, government accountability, mental health resources and filling city vacancies took center stage during the speaker’s third State of the City address.

New York City

News

In vision for the city, Speaker Adams lays out plan to hold City Hall accountable

Affordable housing, government accountability, mental health resources, and filling city vacancies took center stage during the speaker’s third State of the City address.

Opinion

OPINION: The migrant crisis is not unsolvable

We just need to step up and create more holistic structures

News

Migrant mothers and their kids, facing challenges alone, look to nonprofits for help

How organizations are providing food, shelter and clothing to asylum-seeker families.

Interviews & Profiles

Personality

Aiming to turn a longtime women’s organization into an advocacy force

An Interview with Na’ilah Amaru, Women Creating Change’s new head of policy, advocacy and government relations

Opinion

Opinion: Why after-school programs are New York City’s silver bullet

Greater support for these programs will create a transformative ripple effect that will resonate throughout the city.

New York State

Opinion

Opinion: To confront the senior care staffing crisis, invest in what works

How proven models create equitable career paths for young people and grow the healthcare workforce

Interviews & Profiles

Funding

How nonprofits benefit from Donor Advised Funds

With giving on a slow-down going into 2024, Sam Marks of FJC weighs in on how nonprofits can stay creative while attracting long-term investors

Personality

Fighting to save the state’s Health Home program

Matthew Lesieur, executive director of iHealth, discusses how the coalition of twenty-one community-based organizations providing specialized care management services is taking action.

News

New York Nonprofit Media’s 2024 Nonprofit BoardCon focuses on best practices

Key issues discussed at the event included board responsibilities, deepening engagement and diversity and inclusion.

New York City

Opinion

Opinion: Those who live in NYCHA can put an end to its corruption

An argument for the creation of Resident Management Corporations to manage the nation’s largest public housing system.

Nonprofits

Personality

HeadCount celebrates 20 years with new leadership

Lucille Wenegieme, the nonprofit’s new executive director, takes on voter registration.

Interviews & Profiles

Personality

Amidst the city’s affordable housing crisis, nonprofit developers step up to help

IMPACCT Brooklyn’s Bernell Grier challenges following the end of pandemic-era concessions, and the organization’s support of MWBE business owners.

New York City

News

Report: Poverty in NYC jumps to 23%

An increase of 7 percentage points from the previous year was noted in the sixth Poverty Tracker Annual Report released by Robin Hood and Columbia University’s Center on Poverty and Social Policy.