David Gentile

PASE at PACE conference 2018
It all went down at the PASE at PACE 2018 Conference.
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New York City elevated subway
Only 24 percent of the subway’s 472 stations are accessible to mobility-impaired residents
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Ribbon cutting at Jericho Project's Walton House development
It's a first for Jericho Project, which operates more than 500 supportive housing units citywide.
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Contract award public hearings are designed to give people a voice on how city funds are distributed but few members of the public ever attend.
$130 million was at stake at one recent hearing but few people came to discuss it.
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The New York Community Trust has joined with other funders in the state to create the New York State Grantmakers for Census Equity.
A new fund aims to support efforts for a fair and accurate census.
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A June 21 New York City Council hearing discussed how to improve contracts with nonprofit senior services providers.
Human services providers feel left out of DFTA’s model budgeting process.
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A June 19 event at Baruch College focused on best to scale philanthropic efforts.
Scaling has benefits, if you’re ready for it
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Not all nonprofits are getting a share of record fundraising.
Nonprofits may not see immediate benefit from historic charitable giving in 2017.
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Data analytics show whether awareness months correlate to when people are searching terms like hunger, foster care, mental health and other human services topics.
Awareness months can benefit nonprofits who strategize well
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 The council’s Committee on Mental Health, Disabilities, and Addiction unanimously passed eight bills on June 5 aimed at helping to curb New York City’s opioid crisis
Legislation to increase Narcan/Naloxone availability, public outreach, and data collection.
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