The New York Community Trust celebrates 100 years of giving

The organization now has a new campaign and branding that will honor its centennial year mark.


Bringing a new look to affordable housing

A Q&A with Jeremy Kohomban of The Children’s Village on the nonprofit’s latest development.


Nonprofit launches culinary arts program for newly arrived migrants

The five-week job training course aims to help them obtain stable economic opportunities in the food industry.

New York State

Report: Two-thirds of licensed registered nurses are active in New York state

The findings, released at Mother Cabrini Health Foundation’s Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit, reveal staffing shortages felt most strongly in acute care hospitals.


Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to release report addressing statewide nursing shortage

The foundation will unveil the study at its upcoming Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit at the Museum of the City of New York, presented by City & State.


NYN Media’s 2024 Opcon highlights best practices for nonprofit operations

Experts gathered to discuss investments in automation, improved communications and more.


City Harvest summer campaign feeds over 11,000 children and families

The nonprofit’s “Share Lunch. Fight Hunger,” campaign comes as access to free school lunches is limited.

Mental Health

Addressing mental health solutions for Bronx youth

Partnership with Children joined with local officials to highlight the what’s being done to support the borough’s young people.


AAPI-focused nonprofit welcomes migrants

How the Chinese-American Planning Council stands ready to help throughout the immigration process.

Overcoming barriers to AAPI mental health treatment

How nuanced care understands and addresses the specific needs of this community.


Mobilization for Justice strike ends after 13 weeks

A new contract ratified by 72% of the nonprofit’s union members secures double digit raises for the labor movement’s lowest paid members.


SCAN-Harbor gala shines spotlight on youth talent

The fundraiser at the Plaza Hotel included an appearance by Hip Hop legend Doug E. Fresh.

Advancing a national Asian American Pacific Islander curricula

A look at how the Asian American Foundation’s STAATUS Index is bringing light to the Asian American experience in education.

Brooklyn Communities Collaborative launches second workforce development training program for previously incarcerated individuals

The nonprofit already has graduated one class with 70% of participants landing full-time employment.

Legislation would require social workers in police precincts

A new bill hopes to break the cycle of arrests, often for petty crimes.

Report: Nearly half of New York’s aging population has experienced food insecurity in the past year

Citymeals on Wheels released the analysis with the CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute