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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

NYPD officers on street

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.

The Trinity Church is one organization working to help New Yorkers during the COVID-19 outbreak.

A number of groups have since begun to create response funds targeted toward deploying money to organizations helping New Yorkers through the healt

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.

Woman at Women's March in New York City.

One of the largest foundations dedicated to funding issues facing women and girls will now only offer one-year gran

New York City Councilman Stephen Levin visited a Brooklyn hotel on June 15 that doubles as a homeless shelter run by Children's Community Services.

New York City Councilman Stephen Levin had one big takeaway June 15 after becoming the first elected official on record to visit Children’s Communi

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.

New York City Hall

Yes, it’s happening – New York City is officially launching its initiative to help its nonprofit contractors cover