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

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…
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NPQ: Pizza and a Laugh - A Reminder About Your Nonprofit Financial Stress Level

Featuring HSC's new video which poses the question: “What if pizza shops were funded like nonprofits?”  
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Report Release: Business As Usual? A Wake Up Call for the Human Services

The Report, Business as Usual? A Wake-Up Call for The Human Services, reflects the experience of nearly 3,000 frontline NYC human services workers who assess how business principles and practices in their agencies affect service delivery and…
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National Preparedness Month

   September is National Preparedness Month! #NatlPrep National Preparedness Month provides an opportunity for us to continuing preparing, educating, and planning for disaster throughout the year. HSC is participating by taking action on social media and…
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Nonprofits are still subsidizing crucial government services

New York City is in the midst of an inequity crisis. From rising rates of homelessness to an epidemic of substance use, pressing social issues continue to challenge communities and exacerbate inequity across the country and…
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Momentum builds to increase funding for nonprofit contractors

An upcoming City Hall hearing comes at the right time for nonprofit advocates who want to channel media attention and outrage following the release of a report this week by city Comptroller Scott Stringer into definitive…
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Following Stringer report, De Blasio calls on agencies to fix contract backlog

“For nonprofits especially, they have real cash flow challenges and I have said this to my team: A lot of the nonprofits that do such crucial work in this city, they are hand-to-mouth when it comes…
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Stringer: de Blasio administration slow to pay nonprofit vendors

Nonprofits providing educational, social and health services — often to vulnerable New Yorkers — have to wait much longer to be paid by the de Blasio administration than corporate vendors doing business with the city, according…
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Center for Women in Government & Civil Society's Selects Allison Sesso as Change Maker

HSC is happy to announce that Allison Sesso, our Executive Director, was selected as one of 40 individuals and organizations whose work aligns with the the Center for Women in Government & Civil Society and whose…
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