Ralph R. Ortega

Internet service for public housing residents would be covered in part by a federal subsidy.
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The nonprofit organization wants legislation that added dental exams, cleanings and vision coverage renewed after it expires at the end of 2022.
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New York Nonprofit Media joined with nonprofit leaders and staff to honor this year’s rising stars.
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Nonprofit BoardCon
Two hundred nonprofit executives and board members joined together for the New York Nonprofit Media hosted event to discuss leadership strategies, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Fair Pay for Home Care Act Rally
The legislation would raise homecare wages to 150% of the minimum wage
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“Vital City” debuted with insights and recommendations on gun violence reduction from several experts on the topic.
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Retired Brooklyn Academy of Music President Karen Brooks Hopkins discusses her new book about the institution, how it endured the coronavirus pandemic and its legacy.
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Pace University
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the school across from City Hall in Lower Manhattan won the 18th annual national College Fed Challenge and enrolled its largest incoming class of first-year students.
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Kathy Hochul
Tenants, immigrants and consumers are the focus in a package of proposals Legal Aid has sent Albany as the latest legislative session kicked off.
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The go-to resource for non-profits in New York now has a panel of professionals to help guide its content amid other exciting changes.
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