Nonprofits

Governor Cuomo in Albany on Tuesday presenting the 2021 fiscal year budget.
Human services funding remains largely consistent in the executive budget, though nonprofit nursing home providers may get squeezed.
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State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery’s bill would raise the evidence threshold for cases of child neglect.
What New York nonprofits should watch this upcoming legislative session.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have changed how the state handles allegations of child neglect.
Advocates will renew the fight to increase the burden of proof needed to substantiate child neglect cases in 2020.
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New York State Attorney General Letitia James is investigating the charitable arm of the National Rifle Association.
Foundations often fall under the radar, despite New York’s strong charity enforcement.
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The Administration for Children’s Services commissioner explains the latest in child welfare.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio appointing Gabrielle Fialkoff as senior advisor and director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships in 2014.
Where did NYC get the money? And what is it being spent on?
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childrens community services in jamaica queens
Four years was all it took for Childrens Community Services to become one of the biggest nonprofit social services providers in the city.
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Andrew Cuomo announces the 2018-19 New York State budget
New York nonprofits scored some funding wins, but the victory was not shared across the board.
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Cynthia Nixon
Some are open to supporting Cynthia Nixon's primary challenge.
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An interview with Darren Bloch, executive director of the Mayor’s Fund.
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