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Mental health professional takes notes while listening to patient.
The staff shortage may impede their ability to meet rising demand related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aerial view of Manhattan buildings
The state opened its rent relief program to applications starting on June 1.
The Museum of Chinese in America in Lower Manhattan in 2011.
Many arts groups benefited from her latest round of grants.
School bus driving through Manhattan
Nonprofits providing social services through the program have mixed reactions to the changes.
Form 990, an Internal Revenue Service form disclosing information about nonprofits.
The legislation would reverse new rules that require charities to submit their annual financial disclosure reports to the Department of State.
Early voting site in Manhattan during the June 2021 primary elections.
Numerous competitive elections are taking place in the city.
Richard Buery.
Incoming CEO Richard Buery Jr. currently leads the charter school network, Achievement First.
NYN's Nonprofit OpCon
NYN’s OpCon virtual event offers advice on transitioning out of the pandemic.
We're hiring
The sector gained 63,000 new jobs, but still is well below pre-pandemic levels.
Volunteers
A new report details what can be done to fix long-standing problems.
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