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Increasing Worker Pay at Not-for-Profits

Eighty percent of the human services workforce is female, according to the Strong Nonprofits for a Better New York Coalition. And so the group says Women's History Month is the perfect time to give those workers…
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Human Service Workers Renew Call for Wage Funding

A coalition representing more than 350 nonprofit organizations is renewing its call for state contracts to fund a higher minimum wage and cost-of-living pay adjustments for the state's contracted human services employees. Strong Nonprofits for a Better New…
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Defining Success Remains Elusive for New York City Human Services Nonprofits

Representatives from city government, philanthropy and some of New York’s human service organizations gathered last week to discuss a recent report that suggested ways to strengthen the sector. But there was little agreement about how to…
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These are the Difficult Truths About Risk Management and Nonprofits

SeaChange Capital Partners exists to help nonprofits get transactions done. We generally eschew research so it’s ironic that we’ve become known for a series of risk-related research reports coming out of the 2014 bankruptcy of FEGS.…
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This is How New York City Government is Affecting Nonprofits Right Now

A new legislative session and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s new term have meant lots of talk and plenty of bills before the City Council, but a core demand of human services nonprofits has…
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New York Nonprofits Contend with Competing Priorities at City and State Level

In the wake of the release of budget proposals from the city and state, nonprofits are looking to Albany to provide the funding necessary to ensure Mayor de Blasio’s initiatives don’t become a financial burden to…
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Nonprofits Push for Funding in Upcoming Budget

Nonprofits are asking the state for more help paying for capitol projects and technological upgrades. They say the funding would let them make long-term investments to provide better services and eventually save money. Assemblywoman Nily Rozic,…
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Legislators ask about increased funding for direct care and not-for-profits

Several legislators asked members of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration about providing additional funding in the budget for direct care workers and not-for-profit groups, a perennial issue that has taken on new importance because of the state's…
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Gov. Cuomo's Budget Short-Changes New York's Nonprofit Workers

For New York’s human services nonprofits, this is a particularly challenging budget year in Albany. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive budget proposal starts with a projected gap of $4.4 billion for the fiscal year that begins this…
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