08/23 - 09/23
Monika Olko Gallery Hosts Artist Opening Reception to Benefit Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center

08/26 - 09/16

09/01 - 10/31
Human Services Workshops/GSS host various workshops

Anderson Center for Autism’s Expressive Outcomes’ annual NYC art exhibit


09/09 - 11/25
Learn - Then Act! Apply for JASA's Institute for Senior Action (IFSA)

Attend an RSVP Mentor Orientation

"Extreme Social Media Makeover: Nonprofit Edition!"

Safe Harbors Bright Lights on Broadway!

Labor Market Information 201: Making the Shift from Information to Labor Market Intelligence

Capitol Region

St. Catherine's Center for Children's 1st Running SCCCared Fright Run,

Points Of View

Et Tu COLA Seekers

Thanks, for pressing on in the tireless effort to obtain fair and just payment for services and wages for our employees.  We in Connecticut have seen a mere 1% COLA in the past five years (one half percent in two consecutive fiscal years). Our colleagues in Massachusetts have gone more than 20 years without a COLA but some services are starting to realize rate/contract adjustments due to some landmark legislation passed more than five years ago now being implemented.  Invariably, we will all keep on pulling for each other and checking in on each other’s progress in the days ahead.In solidarity with your efforts,Ron CretaroExecutive DirectorCT Association of Nonprofits (CT Nonprofits)

Contracts and RFPs

City Seeks Family Shelter Provider

The Department of Homeless Services intends to issue a competitive Negotiated Acquisition solicitation to identify a vendor to manage and operate a 75-unit city-owned family shelter located at 346 Powers Avenue, Bronx, NY 10454.



Welcome to NYNP's new NYNPoetry feature where we bring you poetry from individuals reflecting their thoughts, experiences and feelings regarding the need for, provision of, or reliance upon nonprofit human services.   This month, read "Waiting" by Karen Williams, one of the poems featured in "Free Verse",  a poetry journal created by and for Bronx Department of Probation clients and community residents.  


Crucial First Steps to Start Thinking About the Sustainability of Your Nonprofit Organization

Crucial First Steps to Start Thinking About the Sustainability  of Your Nonprofit OrganizationIn the current environment of increased demand for services and economic pressures, many nonprofits are concerned about their sustainability. There are multiple directions to consider, from diversifying revenue streams to partnerships and merger.

This Month's Feature

For Sale! Buying, Selling, Leasing, Moving

For Sale! Buying, Selling, Leasing, MovingRight now, New York nonprofits are getting to play the game for real – whether they want to or not.


NYNP Featured on "Non-Profit Voice" Radio

Fred Scaglione, Editor of the New York Nonprofit Press,was featured on The Non-Profit Voice radio program last Saturday.  In case you missed it, download the podcast here.  The Non-Profit Voice can be heard live on Saturday mornings from 8:00 to 8:30 at 103.9FM or via www.linewsradio.com.    


Four Local Orgs Get Grants from Dunkin' Donuts & Baskin-Robbins

Four local charities are among the beneficiaries of grants recently awarded by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of The Dunkin' Donuts & Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation (DDBRCF), comprised of local franchise owners and Dunkin' Brands corporate employees.  The foundation recently announced awards totalling $205,300 to 14 organizations in the six-state region.

Strengthening Nonprofits

Building an Advocacy Board “Give,” “Get” and “Take Action”

Building an Advocacy Board “Give,” “Get” and “Take Action”Boards are increasingly vital to nonprofit success. Advocacy Boards can be one strategy for board engagement no matter your organization’s size. It brings a Board together around the mission of your program, while ensuring the people most suited to support your work see the nuances of the issues, and ways to specifically assist your group’s pressing concerns. Most nonprofits know that their Boards of Directors need to possess a broad range of critical skill sets.

On Board

Green Chimneys Adds Two New Board Members

The Green Chimneys Board of Directors has welcomed two new members -- Andrew Hershon and Andrew Wood -- to continue building operations management and strategic leadership at Green Chimneys, the renowned 66-year-old education and human services agency. Andrew Hershon is a seasoned investment banking operations executive currently serving as Global Head of Operations Risk and Control, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley in New York. In this role, he is responsible for developing and overseeing the operational risk framework for the corporation’s global Operations division and directs staff in New York, Glasgow, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Mumbai and Chennai. Hershon joined Morgan Stanley’s Asian Operations division in 2005, directing equity operations and later added responsibility for fixed income, banking and risk operations areas from Tokyo and then Hong Kong. He was named a Managing Director in 2011 and moved to the corporation’s New York headquarters in 2013. Prior t...

Capitol Region

Saratoga Bridges Nets $20K at Travers Day at the Races

Saratoga Bridges Nets $20K at Travers Day at the Races A sold out crowd of 330 guests attended Saratoga Bridges’ 25th Annual Travers Day at the Races presented by Ketel One Vodka on Saturday, August 23rd  at the Saratoga Race Course, raising over to $20,000 NET for their agency.  Guests enjoyed a buffet lunch, complimentary beverage, Clubhouse Admission, post parade and witnessed the 145th running of The Travers.

Community Forum

Janice Tosto

Janice TostoJanice Tosto describes herself as a lifelong human services professional. She is a mentor for a volunteer program she created for women who are emerging human services professionals. In her blog, Janice writes commentary on a range of topics including women’s issues, workforce development, and social and economic justice. Janice can be reached at lmjenkinsfoundation@gmail.com.

Agency Of The Month

New York Common Pantry An Uncommon Solution to Hunger

New York Common Pantry An Uncommon Solution to HungerNew York Common Pantry (NYCP) is very much “the little emergency food program that could”.   The most surprising thing about the organization, formerly known as Yorkville Common Pantry, may not be that they provided 2.5 million meals to almost 300,000 recipients last year.   Or, that their kitchen serves five sit down breakfasts and three hot dinners as well as four takeaway “brown bag” meals every week – 75,147 meals annually – for up to 400  men, women and children per seating.


Rent Burdens Rise as NYC Housing Market Recovers but Renters Do Not

Six years after the great recession,a combination of stagnant incomes and rising rents have created increasing affordability challenges for New York City renters, according to a new report released today by NYU's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. 


Beyond Selling Tables Moving Your Board To A Year-Round Fundraising Model

Beyond Selling Tables   Moving Your Board To A Year-Round Fundraising ModelThe dreaded gala.  A good board works diligently to fill the tables, reaches its goal, celebrates long into the evening, then drops in exhaustion the day after.  Stir and repeat, a year hence.