New York State


CPC launches philanthropic campaign, awards $500,000 to nonprofits

Ten organizations received funding to promote environmental justice, racial wealth equity, as well as provide COVID-19 relief resources.


How New York’s highest court has veered right

A new four-judge bloc has consistently voted together in the most recent term, impacting criminal defendants, workers and people suing police


Opinion: Many vulnerable New Yorkers lose in Hochul’s first state budget

There’s still time to cancel a prescription drug benefit carve out from New York’s Medicaid managed care program designed by the governor’s predecessor.

New York City

Opinion: How nonprofits have the power to close New York’s digital divide

The need to close the digital literacy gap that affects low-income New Yorkers, older adults and people of color is vital for the access of essential services and opportunities delivered by nonprofits.

New York State

New law allows human trafficking survivors to clear their records

Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Survivors of Trafficking Attaining Relief Together (START) Act, legislation supported by more than 100 organizations.


Report shows nonprofit job recovery in May

The sector gained 63,000 new jobs, but still is well below pre-pandemic levels.


Funds are pouring into racial justice programs. Will it help?

Grantmakers and activists explore how to most effectively fight systemic racism.

New York State

Leader to Leader: Herb Sturz

Decades later, the nonprofit legend’s goals are finally being realized.


What does reopening mean for essential nonprofits?

Though many organizations have continued to operate in-person, wider scale reopening has implications for their staff and clients.