OPINION: Serving justice while limiting the collateral damage

Here’s why the Child Victims Act poses an unintended threat to nonprofits serving New York’s child welfare system and what can be done.


Helping New Yorkers in need of food

An interview with Jilly Stephens, CEO of City Harvest.


Ninfa Segarra on Somos 2023

An interview with the former New York City deputy mayor for education and human services under Rudy Giuliani, who also sits on the board of the annual event in San Juan, Puerto Rico.


New York’s leading nonprofit consultants

Advisers assist organizations on operations, advocacy, communications and finances.

Power Lists

New York’s key public officials overseeing nonprofits

The elected and appointed officials funding, legislating and regulating the sector.

Power Lists

The 2023 Nonprofit Power 100

The leaders of New York’s top social services providers, legal aid organizations, foundations and more.


Will NYC’s nonprofit procurement process ever be functional?

New York City spends 35% of its procurement budget on nonprofit contractors, but payment delays continue to vex vendors.


What brings Nicole Malliotakis together with Justin Brannan? A senior center in Bay Ridge

The Bay Ridge Center raised $5 million and secured a major grant to go from operating out of a church basement for nearly half a century to occupying a newly renovated 21,000 square foot building.

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Are nonprofits the permanent government of New York City?

Current and former executives, as well as others in high-ranking positions in philanthropy and government, weigh in on the question, holding organizations accountable and more.


Christine Quinn might not be done with elected office

The former New York City Council speaker is open to the right opportunity – or continuing to help homeless families at Win.

Energy & Environment

Opinion: Employ vulnerable communities to build New York’s clean energy transition

In order to right deep-rooted environmental inequities, the state’s clean energy transition should provide communities of color with access to quality job opportunities in the new green economy.


Interview: Conquering procurement reform

A discussion with Jennifer Geiling, former executive director of the Nonprofit Resiliency Committee formed in 2016 by then New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio


Opinion: Cuts to programming that helps people incarcerated at Rikers Island are shortsighted

The Department of Correction wants to eliminate $17 million in jail-based programs

Interviews & Profiles

Helping Black and Brown youth harness their power

Minority Millennials founder Dan Lloyd spoke to New York Nonprofit Media about empowering young people of color to become civically engaged and the upcoming We Are The Future Summit.