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Hand holds smartphone.
Only 6% of current and former homeless shelter residents could reach the internet through the shelter, according to a new report.
Woman at Women's March in New York City.
Grantees and nonprofits fear the decision will hurt their work helping women and girls.
Seniors walking in New York City.
City officials are also exploring ways to revamp cooling centers for the summer.
Fresh Air Fund's Executive Director Fatima Shama with Fresh Air campers.
A Q&A with the Fresh Air Fund’s executive director.
U.S. Capitol Building.
The bill also requires part of the program's funding be set aside specifically for nonprofits.
Child covering face with hands.
Hunger and economic insecurity may be exacerbating abuse, child welfare experts fear.
Oxiris Barbot, the commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The federal government approved transferring people with or without symptoms out of congregate settings in late March.
People hold meeting around table at a conference room.
Building connections with overwhelmingly white funders remains a challenge, according to a new report.
Unloading a truck at the Campaign Against Hunger in Brooklyn this April.
Many nonprofits are struggling to access the federal governments newly available loan program.
Line at the Campaign Against Hunger food pantry in Brooklyn on April 14th.
Demand at food banks has surged statewide with downstate seeing the greatest hit.
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