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Volunteers prepare food bags at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen in New York City.
Corporations are giving plenty, and human services organizations got the greatest share of COVID-19 funding.
Security workers rally outside of Acacia Network’s headquarters.
They have accused Acacia Network of running out of masks and inadequately enforcing social distancing.
Protester at rally denouncing anti-Asian hate on Feb. 20, 2021.
Asian Americans have increasingly face bias incidents and hate crimes over the past year.
U.S. Capitol.
Some philanthropists want to require foundations and donor-advised funds to boost giving significantly over the next three years.
A check cashing business in New York City advertises that they cash stimulus checks in March 2020.
A new report urges for several provisions in the COVID-19 relief package to be extended beyond the pandemic.
Telehealth appointment.
A new report shows that more than one in four behavioral health organizations surveyed in New York are seeing demand that exceeds their capacity.
Christie Peale, executive director of the Center for NYC Neighborhoods.
A Q&A with the leader of the Center for NYC Neighborhoods.
Workers at a food pantry by The Campaign Against Hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brooklyn.
Close to 960,000 jobs in the nonprofit sector have been lost as of January.
A COVID-19 vaccination site at Nostrand Houses in Brooklyn.
Medical professionals will administer Johnson & Johnson vaccines to homebound seniors once the vaccine is approved.
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