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Carla Rabinowitz, advocacy coordinator at Community Access, has received the 2018 CIT Advocate/Family Member Award.

Leake and Watts has changed its name to Rising Ground, New York Nonprofit Media has learned.

Eight nonprofits have won New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards.

There are 20 finalists for the $100,000 Spark Prize. The Brooklyn Community Foundation announced w

Emergency removals by the New York City Administration for Children's Services

A new report finds a dramatic increase in the number of emergency removals of children by the New York City Adminis

David Rivel, CEO of The Jewish Board

The leader of one of New York City’s largest social services nonprofits is stepping down.

The 2018 NYN Media 40 Under 40 awards honor a talented group of 20 and 30-somethings who are shaking up the New York nonprofit sector.

Raise the Age

Deep inside the Manhattan headquarters of the Administration for Children’s Services on the morning of July 24, a c

Shelter resident Victoria Petronio

Victoria Petronio didn’t plan to book a stay at midtown Manhattan’s Row NYC hotel.

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New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) is perhaps best known for supporting children after a traumatic incident has taken pla

City Councilmembers criticized Josh Wallack, deputy chancellor of early childhood and enrollment at the DOE, for lacking data on teacher salaries at a June 27 hearing.

Early childhood educators do similar types of work, whether they work for nonprofits or New York City schools.

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