Real Talk: Crunch time

Nonprofits are feeling the pressure from rising interest rates and the increasing cost of borrowing.


New York City Council pushes affordable housing package

Several bills are in the Community Land Act, including two that prioritize nonprofits in housing development.


Report: 50% of working-age households do not meet the minimum cost of living

The alarming statistic is up from 36% in 2021, according to the study.


Legal service nonprofits step up to help tenants facing eviction

Lawyers from The Legal Aid Society and Legal Services NYC are helping New Yorkers with rental assistance applications amidst payment delays and voucher termination.


Hispanic Federation Gala raises over $3 million

The money raised will go towards supporting programming across 42 states and Puerto Rico


Adrienne Adams calls for pay parity and other support for nonprofits

The New York City Council speaker kicked off a gathering of nonprofit professionals and government leaders to discuss bold new ideas for the sector.


Donald Glover makes surprise visit to Good Shepherd Services graduation

The actor, comedian and rapper surprised all at the nonprofit’s Mentored Internship Program ceremony


Fighting for acceptance of New York City rental vouchers

How one nonprofit and others advocating for tenants are facing discrimination, bureaucratic delays and government incompetence head on.


Pop-up nonprofit helps New Yorkers access $4.6 billion in student loan relief

PSLF.NYC released a report highlighting billions of dollars in loan forgiveness its campaign saved nonprofit and government workers


Report: Nonprofits struggle to meet expectations with staffing shortages and rising costs

Accounting and advisory firm FORVIS released its annual nonprofit survey explaining the sector’s state nationwide.


New York Landmarks Conservancy on half a century of preservation advocacy

Conservancy President Peg Breen speaks on the nonprofit’s 50th anniversary and its most recent efforts on the Penn Station Redevelopment plan.


Persuasion’s role in organizing: Anand Giridharadas in conversation with Maurice Mitchell

Two provocative thinkers on listening to constituents, an “orgasm theory” of politics, and how to make institutions work for the people they serve.


Jennifer Mitchell returns to The Doe Fund as organization’s CEO

Bringing in her expertise as executive director of The HOPE Program, Mitchell hopes to tackle the homelessness and affordable housing crisis in New York City.


New York Nonprofit Media’s 2023 Nonprofit BoardCon tackles DEI

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion were big topics at the annual event, which returned to Hebrew Union College with a robust schedule of panels focused on best practices


Choice, access, community: How the Brooklyn Book Bodega reaches out

The nonprofit promotes literacy by providing book access to students in Brooklyn.