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Yes, it’s happening – New York City is officially launching its initiative to help its nonprofit contractors cover

City Councilmembers criticized Josh Wallack, deputy chancellor of early childhood and enrollment at the DOE, for lacking data on teacher salaries at a June 27 hearing.

Early childhood educators do similar types of work, whether they work for nonprofits or New York City schools.

In its annual scorecard of foster care and preventive services providers, the New York City Administration for Children’s Services replaced l

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Sister Paulette LoMonaco is retiring.

Institute for Community Living has been given the opportunity to help launch what could be a game-changing model on behalf of children, adults and

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A new community fund has just released its first round of grants.

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The director of the Vera Institute of Justice Center on Sentencing and Correction has died.

There have been cases of alleged self-dealing and improper management at nonprofits but no case had ever involved a sitting president.

In the grand scheme of a $400 billion New York nonprofit world, a foundation with $1 million in assets would not normally amount to much, but the D