New York State

Black Lives Matter protestors in Times Square on July 26th.
Grantmakers and activists explore how to most effectively fight systemic racism.
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Ashwin Vasan of Fountain House
Nonprofit leaders on confronting the twin challenges.
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Sister Paulette LoManco, former executive director of Good Shepherd Services, and Michelle Yanche, current executive director of Good Shepherd Services.
Though many organizations have continued to operate in-person, wider scale reopening has implications for their staff and clients.
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President & CEO of the Fortune Society JoAnne Page.
Nonprofit leaders share their lessons from the shift to remote work.
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Line at the Campaign Against Hunger food pantry in Brooklyn on April 14th.
Demand at food banks has surged statewide with downstate seeing the greatest hit.
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The Trinity Church is one organization working to help New Yorkers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Many groups have created response funds to help New Yorkers through the coronavirus crisis.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a media availability on COVID-19.
Events with more than 500 people are now banned statewide.
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Anxiety is rising about the coronavirus.
As health officials recommend that people avoid crowds, benefits are being rescheduled.
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Nonprofits struggle to follow New York's contracting requirements.
The Not-For-Profit Contracting advisory committee wants organizations to share their struggles with contracting.
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