2022 NYN Media Tech Con explores innovation

Key issues discussed at the event included nonprofits’ adoption of automated services, addressing technology resistance and data collection.


SCAN-Harbor event raises more than $1 million

The 2022 Fall Gala celebrated the organization’s youth and families under the theme, “Better Together.”


Editor’s Note: Adult Survivors Act needs all the attention it can get

The law opens a one-year lookback window for survivors to come forward with legal claims against their alleged abusers.


Immigrant households disproportionately rent-burdened: Report

Nearly 434,000 children in New York City were in households with at least one immigrant parent and experienced rent burden in 2021, according to the Citizens’ Committee for Children analysis.


MacKenzie Scott award goes to Chinese-American Planning Council

CPC is one of 343 nonprofit organizations to receive a grant from the author and philanthropist this year.


Midterms, misinformation and violence

New Yorkers must decipher fact from fiction amidst the spread of online misinformation and news of election-related violence during an already contentious midterm season – and here’s how nonprofits are taking action.


Opinion: The power of the AAPI vote in 2022 and beyond

Here’s why the Asian American Pacific Islander community needs to be counted going into the midterm elections.


Opinion: How a court’s mission aligned with its response to Superstorm Sandy

The Red Hook Community Justice Center took the same holistic approach to overcoming challenges in the criminal justice system when Superstorm Sandy hit ten years ago.


Nonprofits advocate for voting rights through midterms

Legal protections for voters expanded this summer when the landmark John Lewis Voting Rights Act was passed, yet threats continue to creep up in the court system.


Nonprofit receives $100K for emergency migrant relief fund

The Havens Relief Fund Society was among 66 organizations awarded grant funding from the New York Community Trust.


The Doe Fund raises over $1.4 million at annual gala

Nearly 500 guests were in attendance at the event, "A Bridge to Opportunity."


The evolution of the Fund for Public Health NYC with Sara Gardner

The ED’s 15 years of leadership at FPHNYC makes her no stranger to crisis management.


The largest city-based workforce development association has a new CEO

Gregory J. Morris will now take on NYCETC’s efforts to respond to the city’s current economic crisis


Community health clinics set to lose critical $100M funding stream

A little-known federal initiative, the 340B Drug Pricing Program, supports services that wouldn’t otherwise get reimbursed.


Nonprofit uses trauma-informed architecture to serve vulnerable families

The architectural designs were incorporated into the reopening of the Genovese Family Life Center run by SCO Family of Services in Jamaica, Queens.