Exponents’ annual benefit in 2019.
Nonprofits are increasingly shifting back to hosting in-person events.
Child welfare advocates rally in City Hall Park to call on New York City to invest $20 million to the Fair Futures initiative.
Child welfare advocates want the city to commit $20 million to the Fair Futures intiative.
Security officers and New York City Council members gathered in Columbus Circle to call for better pay and training.
Legislation in the City Council would raise the salaries of security workers at nonprofit shelters and provide more training.
Robin Hood Foundation CEO Wes Moore at a Feb. 4, 2019 event in New York City
Derek Ferguson will head the anti-poverty foundation.
Grocery store worker wearing mask.
But exceptions remain for settings such as shelters, hospitals and public transit.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
The comptroller plays a key role in overseeing contracting.
Person holding COVID-19 vaccine dose.
Nonprofits will go door-to-door for vaccine outreach, distribute information about vaccines and help book appointments.
Human services organizations addressing needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as hunger, saw big gains in giving last year.
Giving was up overall, but not all nonprofits received more support.
Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association, in 2014.
The federal judge said the gun rights groups bid was "not filed in good faith."
Dance performance done while ice skating in New York City.
Protesters gathered to call on New York City to provide additional aid to speed up recovery for the arts sector.