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Then-New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito visits students for the first day of the Summer Youth Employment Program in 2014.
Nonprofits operating the programs had already been hiring staff and preparing for the initiative.
Outside of U.S. Small Business Administration building.
Applicants face overwhelmed banks and fears that they won't be able to get funding in time.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at a March 29 press conference.
Human services organizations have asked for support to retain their staff.
Colvin Grannum, President of the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
A Q&A with the president of Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
President Trump signing the CARES Act on March 27th.
Loans and a new charitable giving incentive are part of the stimulus package.
CEO of Children's Aid, Phoebe Boyer
An interview with the CEO of Children’s Aid
How should nonprofits adjust if they lose their funding due to the coronavirus?
NYN Media talks to Andrea Wilson, partner at the accounting firm BDO and national co-leader of its nonprofit and education practice.
The Trinity Church is one organization working to help New Yorkers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Many groups have created response funds to help New Yorkers through the coronavirus crisis.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a media availability on the coronavirus.
The city will reimburse human services contractors for extra costs due to the coronavirus.
NYC Students can pick up lunches at schools while they are out of classes due to COVID-19.
Coronavirus will exacerbate hunger in NYC, who will be able to help?
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