Mission Society of New York City held its 96th annual Founding Families Gala on Monday, June 3rd, honoring scientist Philson Warner of Cornell University‘s Cooperative Extension and Grammy Nominee Alex Continue Reading →
The city’s community foundation has announced $7.9 million in grants to 58 nonprofits to tackle issues facing communities as they adapt to a post-pandemic life.
Today, the New York City Board of Correction, an independent oversight board for the City’s jail system, voted unanimously to end solitary confinement in the City’s jails.
Mayor de Blasio today appointed Vincent Schiraldi as Commissioner of the Department of Correction, building on his decades-long career in public service and criminal justice reform.
Today, Rep. Adriano Espaillat announced that he has taken full advantage of the House Appropriations Committee’s earlier announcement that they would accept requests for funding community projects.
Women Entrepreneurs NYC (WE NYC) asked readers to join their WE NYC, BE NYC, and their partner GameChange to learn about powerful but elusive SBIR grants for women entrepreneurs working on Continue Reading →
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