More than 100 nonprofits want change to City Charter to help them get paid on time

New York Daily News – Nonprofit organizations tired of being paid late by the city are looking for a little help — in the form of a change to the City Charter.

More than 100 nonprofits have signed on to a letter to the 2019 Charter Revision Commission, seeking reforms that would create a “strict time frame” for city agencies to register their contracts with nonprofits that do crucial work like helping the homeless.