Family Night Out hosted by the Mets ahead of Father’s Day for Tuesday’s Children families who lost loved ones on 9/11.
The organization’s executive director, Terry Sears, spoke with NYN Media about the nonprofit’s trajectory over the past 20 years and how it has expanded its mission.
Alphonso David, former president of the Human Rights Campaign.
After being ousted from the Human Rights Campaign, David has threatened the organization’s board with a “legal challenge” but does he have a shot at a successful suit?
“I think larger organizations have weathered the storm better,” Tiloma Jayasinghe, president and CEO of Community Resource Exchange, told NYN Media.
Small and midsized nonprofits were protected from being forced to shut down or merge thanks to government help.
A New Yorker being served a meal from Citymeals on Wheels.
Resilience and innovation can help resolve short-term challenges but there’s a long haul ahead.
Pro-choice protestors rally against abortion restrictions in Washington, D.C.
Pascale Bernard, vice president of public affairs and organizing at the Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Action Fund, explains what the new law means for women.
Drive Change founder and CEO Jordyn Lexton.
The founder and CEO of Drive Change talks to NYN Media about their decision to step down.
Amanda Luz Henning Santiago
City & State staff reporter Amanda Luz Henning Santiago takes the helm.
Protesters gathered on Brooklyn Bridge for Juneteenth in 2020.
Asian American and Black households were more likely to lend their support to such causes, according to a new report.
Tina Tchen in 2015.
Tina Tchen, president and CEO of the anti-sexual harassment organization, communicated more extensively with the governor's staff than previously reported.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Nonprofits employees and executive sent the mayor a letter calling for him to establish a $17.50 per hour minimum wage.