Mayor Bill de Blasio today called on the State Legislature to pass key bills for New York City’s economic recovery:
“There is a self-selecting bias in the market that fundamentally disadvantages diverse talent…”
The New York Community Trust has announced $6.1 million in 42 grants to nonprofits.
CariClub, the professional network for social impact, in partnership with Charity Navigator is pleased to announce the launch of the Community Inclusion Fund.
The people are rising up. Protests erupted this year in cities around the globe, sparked by price hikes and service cuts, inequality and corruption, and affronts to human rights and democracy.
City Parks Foundation is thrilled to announce the 2019 season of Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage,
Wells Fargo & Company announced Harlem, New York-based Grameen America was awarded $400,000 in grant funds and $7.5 million in lending capital through the Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital program.
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and School Construction Authority President and CEO Lorraine Grillo today unveiled the largest proposed school capital plan ever—$17 billion over five years.
In its latest business venture, BEB Capital has acquired a 29-unit multifamily building at 238 East 106th Street in East Harlem, says Lee Brodsky, CEO.
Picture the Homeless has been talking about community land trusts as a tool for helping the homeless for more than a decade.
Oyate Group, a Bronx-based nonprofit on a mission to alleviate poverty across New York City, distributed 2,000 turkeys for its fourth annual turkey drive.
The 29th Annual Neighborhood Dinner of The New York Women’s Foundation was held in Queens this year.
The Board of Trustees of Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation today announced that Robert Battle, Artistic Director of Ailey since 2011, has informed them that he needs to focus on his health and has submitted his resignation.
Weeks after New York City was impacted by major rains and floods and just days before the 11th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
Washington, D.C., known for its iconic monuments and bustling government institutions, is experiencing a significant transformation in its work landscape.