Personality

Personality

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

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.

Nonprofits

Personality

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

Opinion

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

Personality

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.

Nonprofits

Policy

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.

Nonprofits

Policy

Public defenders and legal service providers rally for increased city funding

City funded defense attorneys say they aren’t getting paid enough and are losing staff.

Nonprofits

Policy

Nonprofit helps New Yorkers launch property management careers with a public health twist

Brooklyn Communities Collaborative, part of Maimonides Medical Center, has already certified 15 fellows and plans to do more.

Nonprofits

Policy

Nonprofit helps New Yorkers launch property management careers with a public health twist

Brooklyn Communities Collaborative, part of Maimonides Medical Center, has already certified 15 fellows and plans to do more.

Nonprofits

Policy

Symposium discusses solutions to homelessness and mental illness in New York

Experts gathered at the event sponsored by HELP USA and hosted by City & State to discuss policies and practices to improve housing and mental health services for the unhoused.

New York City

Policy

New York Nonprofits say they’re suffering the worst staffing shortage in years

Organizations blame the shortfall on post-COVID-19 upheaval, a wage rise in Starbucks-type jobs and not enough public funding to offer higher salaries.

Nonprofits

Policy

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.

Nonprofits

Personality

Southampton cannabis dispensary takes shape to support Shinnecock Nation

Chenae Bullock, managing director of Little Beach Harvest, discusses how the Long Island marijuana operation will deliver on social and economic equity and when it will be open for business.

Power Lists

Power Lists

The 2022 Nonprofit Power 100

The public officials, philanthropic leaders and nonprofit executives leading the sector in New York.

Nonprofits

Policy

New York Nonprofit Media hosts 2022 FundCon

The event provided fundraising professionals advice on storytelling, social media and more.

Nonprofits

Opinion

Commentary: Would you trade part of your future income to learn a more lucrative skill?

One Queens nonprofit's income-sharing program promises to elevate people into higher-paying jobs through training, and they want New York City to get on board.