Nonprofit focused on after school success holds symposium to address NYC youth needs during COVID-19 recovery
The half-day event held by the Partnership for After School Education brought together 60 education stakeholders from across the city and state.
Experts gathered at the event sponsored by HELP USA and hosted by City & State to discuss policies and practices to improve housing and mental health services for the unhoused.
The Chinese-American Planning Council, among other organizations, is partnering with Promise NYC to operate the city-initiated services.
New York lawmakers have been trying to pass legislation to expunge old criminal records since 2020 – and this year they’ve made some concessions.
Nonprofit New York hosted the meeting with the Senate majority leader
The legislation if passed would remove police officers as first responders to mental health crises.
The governor didn’t talk much about addiction services in her State of the State, but advocates are pushing her to allow more facilities for medically supervised injection of illegal drugs.
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the bill last month, which includes the ability to consent to gender-affirming care.
Proponents will be heading to Albany to push for the criminal justice reform legislation.
From the Elder Parole and Fair & Timely Parole bills to medication abortion access on CUNY and SUNY campuses, nonprofits are working this legislative session to get these bills passed.
A Coalition for Asian American Children and Families report found positive interest in school integration within the AAPI community.
Proceeds go towards helping the nonprofit fulfill its mission. Here’s everything you need to know.
Karen Ford, who is stepping down to head the Mayor’s Office of Nonprofit Services, will be succeeded by Daniel Farrell, the organization’s senior vice president overseeing homeless services.
The nonprofit brought food to more than 16,000 homebound persons.
Applications for discretionary funding will open on January 3, 2023.
Activists, elected officials and tenants rallied outside the governor’s Manhattan office to launch their legislative campaign to protect renters.