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Sister Paulette LoManco, former executive director of Good Shepherd Services, and Michelle Yanche, current executive director of Good Shepherd Services.
Though many organizations have continued to operate in-person, wider scale reopening has implications for their staff and clients.
Sister Paulette LoManco, former executive director of Good Shepherd Services, and Michelle Yanche, current executive director of Good Shepherd Services at benefit for LoMonaco's retirement.
Though many organizations have continued to operate in-person, wider scale reopening has implications for their staff and clients.
Pencil sits on tax form showing charitable deduction.
A bipartisan group of senators say expansions in previous coronavirus relief legislation need to go further.
Emma Jordan-Simpson, the executive director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
A Q&A with the Executive Director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
Protester and police during George Floyd protest in New York City.
Major bail funds helping New York City protesters have been overwhelmed with financial support.
IRS building.
States can push for more donor transparency, but measures New York approved earlier this year wouldn't fully address the IRS changes.
Building in Manhattan.
Other funding streams are also being threatened.
Person handing cup of food.
New York has received comparatively less hunger relief through one food assistance initiative.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a press conference.
Assistance is available to smaller nonprofits that haven't received federal COVID-19 relief.
President & CEO of the Fortune Society JoAnne Page.
Nonprofit leaders share their lessons from the shift to remote work.
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