Making history as the ‘right person at the right time’

A Q&A with Charles Gibbs, the incoming president of the Metropolitan College of New York.

Providing safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community

Dr. Carla Smith, CEO of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center, discussed the organization’s plans for Pride and an upcoming summer camp in an interview with New York Nonprofit Media.

Reducing stigma and creating equitable solutions for neurodivergent individuals

An interview with Sarah Greenberg, vice president of expertise and strategic design at on the launch of the NeuroEquity Collaborative.

Fighting to make sure New York’s community-based mental health providers have the resources they need

An interview with New York State Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare Executive Director Lauri Cole

Cultivating the next generation of life-saving blood products – and blood donors

An interview with Christopher Hillyer, CEO and president of New York Blood Center

Tackling New York City’s toughest challenges: Mental health and homelessness

Cal Hedigan, CEO of Community Access, discusses the organization’s work in an interview with New York Nonprofit Media.

How a legacy nonprofit hopes to share its New York summers with migrant children

For nearly 150 years, the Fresh Air Fund has been a staple in providing nature-filled summers to underprivileged New York City youth.

Using the stage to empower New York City’s young people

Nonprofit TADA! Youth Theater co-founder Janine Nina Trevens discusses the organization’s creative and free programming.

Destigmatizing access to mental health services for youth

An interview with Jessica Greenawalt, co-founder and executive director of The Arthur Project.

Putting food on the table and a roof overhead for needy New Yorkers

An interview with Peter Endriss, executive director of Community Help in Park Slope

How peer-led support can change mental health outcomes

An interview with Baltic Street Wellness Solutions CEO Taina Laing

Changing children’s lives for almost half a century

Arlene Goldsmith of New Alternatives for Children talks about her decades of leadership at the organization and her next move in an interview with New York Nonprofit Media.

Responding to food insecurity during Ramadan

How City Harvest is responding to the needs of New York’s Muslim community.

Making college readiness accessible after the end of affirmative action

A look at how The Opportunity Network advises students without the legal mandate.

New York City

Expanding the clubhouse model and community based therapy

Fountain House CEO Ken Zimmerman discusses how the New York City nonprofit is helping people with serious mental illness.