“The New York Disability Advocates (NYDA) applauds Governor Hochul for including New York’s healthcare and human services sectors in her 2022 State of the State address today.
Many from Harlem to the Hudson saw a significant increase in their utility bills last winter.
Last year the Trust gave $6+ Million In Grants To 37 Nonprofits, this year the New York Community Trust has announced $6.6 million in grants to 35 nonprofits working to meet the pressing needs of New Yorkers across the city.
Non-profit providers of supports to New Yorkers with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) and advocates for individuals with I/DD applauded the passage of the FY 2021-2022 State Budget.
The New York Community Trust has announced $9.9 million in grants to 53 nonprofits, so they can make progress in the fight against COVID-19 and help the city become more resilient and equitable.
Non-profit providers of supports to New Yorkers with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) were joined today by over 1,000 advocates.
New York Disability Advocates (NYDA) today applauded New York’s congressional delegation for passing the American Rescue Plan.
The New York Community Trust has announced $8.1 million in grants to 43 nonprofits.
Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) Commissioner Victor Calise announced a series of events during October 2019.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointment of three new members to the Board of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), including one current public housing resident.
Today, Christine C. Quinn President & CEO of Win (formerly Women in Need) – the largest provider of shelter in New York City from Harlem to Hollis for homeless women and their children,
On Tuesday, May 7th, The Transportation Chairman, uptown Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Families for Safe Streets, Transportation Alternative, and advocates called on a reinvigorated Vision Zero plan to prevent future traffic fatalities.
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor de Blasio today announced a new admissions policy to better match students with accessibility needs to accessible school buildings from Harlem to Hollis.
A disability rights group filed a complaint Thursday against the city for creating WiFi kiosks across the city that are inaccessible to the blind. Theis gradually installing 7,500 kiosks across the five boroughs in place of old pay phones, but the nonprofit Disability Rights Advocates says blind people are unable to use them.
New York Disability Advocates (NYDA) today applauded Governor Cuomo and his administration for including individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD).