APRIL 2017
The 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards Application closes Friday, April 21 at 5:00pm!
Submit your application for a chance to win a cash prize and scholarship to the
Columbia Business School Executive Education Programs in Social Enterprise.
Visit http://npccny.org/nea-program to get started!
All workshops are held at NPCC unless otherwise noted.
Wednesday, April 12
9:30am - 11:30am

Intellectual property is a complex and dynamic area that affects nonprofits. The intellectual property of a nonprofit can be one of its most significant assets, so securing it is critical. Common issues that arise include protecting names and logos, copyrights, patents, trademarks, publicity rights, social media and more.

This workshop will be presented by  Anthony M. Ramirez, Associate, of Morrison & Foerster. Click here to register.
Wednesday, May 10
9:30am - 11:30am

Many grassroots organizations rely on volunteers, interns, and independent contractors to help successfully carry out their day-to-day functions, and it's important to be mindful of the rules that govern the nonprofit workforce. There are unique aspects of operating a nonprofit that can make compliance issues trickier than in other environments.

Learn how to assess volunteers and keep in compliance with wage and hour laws; how to evaluate interns and specific laws that cover them; and understanding the guidelines to review for accurate classification of employees and independent contractors.


Co-sponsored by New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and NPCC.   Click here to register .
To see our full workshop calendar,  click here .
Upcoming #Path2Excel Workshops
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Wednesday, May 16
10:00am - 12:00pm

This workshop will spotlight strategies for diversity, equity, and inclusion.

The panel is moderated by 2016 Awards Selection Committee member Tanya Odom, Global Diversity and Inclusion Education Consultant and Executive Coach and will feature as panelists Robyne Walker Murphy, Executive Director at Groundswell and Daryl Samuel, Director of Human Resources and Administration at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest.  Click here to register.
Message from the President, Sharon Stapel: Advocacy is Our Job
In the past few months, we've seen a number of proposals from the new federal administration that would have a significant impact on the nonprofit sector. We, as nonprofits, have the expertise and experience to know how these proposals will affect our day-to-day work, and we must use that expertise to advocate for the solutions we think are most effective. Advocacy is our job - whether we see ourselves as advocacy organizations or not. We advocate every day on behalf of the people, communities, issues, spaces and resources that we know creates a better society for all of us. We fight for our causes and what we do every day is exactly the same as advocating for or against proposed public policies, laws and budgets that impact our work and our sector.

There is often much confusion about what 501(c)(3) nonprofits can, and cannot, do and say under IRS law. With the new administrations focus on  repealing the "Johnson Amendment"  to allow nonprofits to become partisan organizations, the conversation gets a bit murky. But the solution is clear: nonprofits are a critical part of our society and have information, data, experiences and models that can and must be shared. All nonprofits should be doing this. If we want to lobby on various bills or policies that we think are necessary and effective, we can - so long as we register and report this lobbying if it reaches a certain threshold. These things align with our mission and our purpose. But we do not want to be in the position of partisan endorsements of political candidates or political ideologies; Our mission-focused work should not be compromised or used as "leverage".
In recent days, after the withdrawal of the American Health Care Act, many of us are wondering about the next administrative priorities, and how they will impact the sector. Tax reform is already being discussed, and may have implications about charitable donations. Infrastructure bills could have opportunities for nonprofits. The executive "skinny" budget puts funding of many nonprofits front and centerThese policies affect our work, and we have to be at the forefront of these conversations.
We at NPCC encourage you to get involved in the conversations that most impact your organization's work. If you are unsure about whether it is lobbying, let us know and we'll find the resources you need to make informed decisions. We need your voice. We need your advocacy.
Funding for Sanctuary Jurisdictions Could Be at Risk
On March 23, 2017, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions stated that the Department of Justice plans to withhold funds from "sanctuary cities," a common phrase for cities, states or jurisdictions that do not cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). This practice was first formally articulated in President Trump's January 2017 executive order directing the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to compile a list of federal funds given to sanctuary jurisdictions and to deem them ineligible from most federal grants, among other things. While the order does not specifically list what sources of funding are at risk, Congressional Republicans in the past have targeted the funding sources listed below:
  • The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program (criminal justice)
  • U.S. Economic Development Administration grants (job creation, public works projects, and other economic development opportunities)
  • The State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (reimbursement of jurisdictions for costs associated with detaining immigrants)
  • The Community Development Block Grant program (housing, infrastructure, and business development projects)
  • The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services provides (community policing)
Click here to read more.
President Trump Releases 'Skinny Budget'
On March 16, 2017 President Trump released a partial outline of his 2018 budget, also known as 'skinny budget', which proposes funding cuts to human services, art, and legal groups while increasing military and homeland security spending.  While the budget proposed cuts that are worrying to nonprofits , this budget is only a draft and must be passed by Congress in order to be enacted. Click here to read more.
Education Department Says Loan Forgiveness Applications May Be Rescinded
More than 550,000 people have applied for a federal program that promises to repay their remaining student loans after they work 10 years in a government or nonprofit job. Now the education department says some of those applications shouldn't have been approved and can be rescinded at any time. 

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, which was created in 2007, allows those with high student loan balances relative to their income to have the balance of their loans canceled if they work in government or nonprofit jobs for 10 years. In a legal filing submitted last week, the  Education Department  suggested that borrowers could not rely on the program's administrator, FedLoan Servicing, to say accurately whether they qualified for debt forgiveness.  Click here to read more .
Participate in the 2017 Salary Survey

Nonprofits need Salary Studies to conduct due diligence in setting executive salaries - get one free by participating in NPCC's Salary Survey The collective results of this survey will be compiled for our 2017 Salary Report and released to better inform and assist our New York City-based nonprofit community in assessing their salary scales.

By completing the survey,  you will receive a FREE copy of the final report valued at $250. The survey closes Monday, April 10.

Information technology (IT) is not just an issue for consultants - it's an organizational issue!  You've told us this is a growing challenge and we know IT management is a key area of excellence in nonprofit management - so we've developed a checklist to help organizations assess their IT practices and provides helpful resources to get started on the practices they've identified as challenges.
This Information Technology Checklist outlines some of the basic and necessary steps nonprofits should take in order to grow and define their technology structures and culture. It's only available to NPCC Members.  Click here to view the new tool. Also available in PDF format.

Need help designing a fundraising plan? Do you want to perfect your elevator pitch? NPCC's Learning Labs are a 6 module cohort-based training series that help nonprofits apply best management practices from NPCC's  Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence  in your own organization. Learning Labs provide in-depth, cohort-based training and technical assistance, skills development, and individualized tools that you can use in your day-to-day work.

The Fundraising and Resource Development Learning Lab is led by innovative leaders in fundraising and resource development known for their experience and expertise. The  schedule and key takeaways for each session can be found by clicking here.

Learning Labs are by application, and attendees are expected to attend all six training sessions, complete exercise and homework, and get buy-in from their organization. Learning Lab participants also participate in evaluation and assessment of their experiences

Open to all members and non-members. Deadline for applications is April 19, 2017 at 5:00pmApplication includes expectations and course fee information. Acceptance notifications will be sent out by April 27.

Questions? Contact Joseph Taylor, Awards Program Manager, at jtaylor@npccny.org .
Apply for the 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards!

NPCC has launched the   2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards program the only nonprofit excellence competition in New York State. The Nonprofit Excellence Awards provides area nonprofits with an opportunity to engage in a 360 review of their management practices and receive expert feedback to strengthen those practices and their ability to meet their mission. Start with our short Readiness Assessment   to quickly assess where your practices stand - and get resources to address areas you want to improve!  The 2017 application deadline is Friday, April 21, 5:00pm .

Win cash and prizes!  Winning organizations will receive  a total of  $60,000 in cash awards and scholarships  for  Columbia Business School Executive Education Programs in Social Enterprise.

O rganizations considering applying for the Awards are encouraged to attend our upcoming Application Clinic , where you will have a chance to ask questions and get detailed information about the application and selection processes.  Registration is required.

Tuesday, April 4 3:00pm - 4:30pm
NPCC, 135 West 36th Street, 15th Floor, NY, NY
Can't attend or missed one of the clinics? Click here to view the webinar recording.

Questions? Contact Joseph Taylor, Awards Program Manager, at jtaylor@npccny.org .
2017 Annual Meeting of Members

NPCC Annual Meeting of Members will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center on Monday, May 15, 2017.

This year NPCC will be announcing its new three-year strategic plan and vision ! The event will also include a lively panel discussion on the state of the sector and conclude with a networking reception .

Tax Lien Sale Threatens Hundreds of NYC Nonprofits - Is Your Nonprofit on the List?
Prior to 2012, nonprofits could apply for and hold permanent property tax exemptions from the Department of Finance. In 2016, New York City Council reformed the law in an attempt to improve compliance and started requiring nonprofits to file annually for renewal. While the reformed law included some improvements for nonprofits, hundreds, if not thousands, of NYC nonprofits today are still surprised to find out they have lost property tax exemptions that have been in place for a generation or more, according to Paula Segal, senior staff attorney for the Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center (UJC) and founding director of 596 Acres, a community land access advocacy group. As a part of the reformed law, City Council publishes a list of all nonprofits that have failed to renew - is your nonprofit on it? Click here to read more.
Cybersecurity Law Went Into Effect March 1, 2017: Exemption for Nonprofits
Government Relations Council member Bond, Schoeneck & King  successfully advocated for an exemption for nonprofits in cybersecurity final regulations issued by the NY State Department of Financial Services (DFS) on February 16, 2017. These regulations, aimed at banks, but written to include nonprofits, which are already covered by cybersecurity laws, would have imposed significant new financial and administrative burdens on nonprofits  Because of the advocacy of Bond, Schoeneck & King, led by Tracy E. Miller, DFS granted an exemption for nonprofits.
Governor's Budget Proposes Changes to "Charitable Gaming" 
The NYS Executive Budget (the Governor's proposed budget) Section MM has proposed changes to charitable gaming provisions, including charitable bingo or raffles, including increased ability to advertise online, increase prize limits and more. Make sure your next gala or raffle complies with these laws!
Firespring Marketing Technology Grant Winners Announced
Firespring  Foundation partnered with NPCC and  the  New York Council of Nonprofits  (NYCON) to donate a total of $50,000 in designated marketing technology funds to nonprofits making an impact in New York. Winners were announced at  an educational program and luncheon held on March 22nd. Congratulations to all the winners (* = NPCC Members):
  • It Happened to Alexa Foundation
  • The Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse
  • Cause Effective *
  • Crisis Text Line *
  • EngageAsia
  • GOAL (Giving Open Access to Learning)
  • Helpusadopt.org *
  • Mediation Matters
  • National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC)
  • New York State Institute On Disability, Inc. (NYSID) *
  • New York Women in Film & Television *
  • Safe Homes of Orange County
  • Service Program for Older People *
  • The West Village Committee *
  • Theater Breaking Through Barriers Corp.
  • Theater Labrador Inc. d/b/a New Georges
  • Threshold Dance Projects, Inc. (DBA Buglisi Dance Theatre)
  • EarSay *
  • Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe *
  • Center for Creative Education
  • Ithaca Health Alliance
  • Long Island Cat Kitten Solution, Inc
  • Mercy Center
  • Rockland Conservatory of Music
NPCC Member Honored at City & State Above & Beyond Gala
City & State's annual Above & Beyond Award honors exceptional women from New York for their accomplishments across various sectors including politics, media, education, nonprofit, and beyond. One of this year's honorees is NPCC Member Kathleen Regan, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Commonwealth Fund. Congratulations! Click to view the full list of honorees.
Congratulations to the NYN Media 2017 Front Line Heroes
Every year, New York Nonprofit Media recognizes Front Line Heroes from the nonprofit industry who work in the field directly helping clients and making their organizations' goals a reality through hard work and dedication. Congratulations to all of this year's Heroes including these NPCC member rockstars:
  • Mary Cardelli, RN Supervisor, Bowery Residents Committee, Inc.
  • Lauren Groetch, Staff Attorney, The Legal Wellness Institute at The Family Center
  • Carmen Gutierrez, Immigration Specialist, Queens Community House
  • Carlen Hiciano, FFT Interventionist, Leake & Watts
  • Nazy Kaffashan, Associate Director, Children's Aid Society
  • Yoonji Kim, Social Services Director, MinKwon Center for Community Action
  • Emily Parkey, Director of Community Engagement and Government Affaris, Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School
  • José Pietri-Coimbre, String Faculty Member and Director of Chamber Music Program, Third Street Music School Settlement
  • Ivan Romero, Director of Shelter Outreach, The Floating Hospital
  • Fatima Tobar, Senior IPA Navigator, Public Health Solutions
NPCC Members SAVE 10%

NPCC is excited to share two sequential webinar series on strategic financial management for nonprofits, offered by Nonprofit Finance Fund. The 60-minute webinars below are offered as a full financial management curriculum, or can be chosen à la carte for organizations seeking to address specific business challenges.
Recorded Sessions
This series first prepares participants with the basics, including an explanation of nonprofit financial systems, and a crash course in reading financial statements. Participants are then introduced to key management tools that allow leaders to plan proactively as they support their communities amid funding uncertainty.   Click here to see a more detailed description of each session.
Begins April 18th at 3:00pm
Join NFF for an explanation of core financial management principles and strategies. Building on content from Nonprofit Finance Fundamentals Part 1, participants will learn how common business choices can be managed across leadership roles to inform program success and help you best advance your mission.   Click here to see a more detailed description of each session .
When registering, under "Other Information", be sure to select our name from the drop-down referral list. Full webinar packages are offered at a 15% discount, or to purchase individual webinars, enter the promotional code SAVE10 for a 10% discount on live sessions.
Registration includes access to both the live broadcast, and afterwards, a link to the recording and slides, even if you are unable to attend the live broadcast.
If you have any questions, please contact  webinars@nff.org.
Baruch College Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
Part 1: Tuesday, April 4, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Part 2: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
$35 per session; $60 for both (5% discount with code)

Learn how to make the most of every consulting engagement - from choosing the right consultant, to developing a clear contract, to managing the relationship to maximize impact.  Receive a 5% discount when you register using the code NPCCBaruchLM2017.  Click here to register for this webinar .
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 2:00pm

Presented by Digital Strategy Whaler Julie Leary, learn skills to build, manage, and track a successful Facebook advertising campaign.

Key Takeaways:
- Best practices for writing and building a great ad
- Targeting tactics to reach your audience
- Ad management checklists to stay on track

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:00pm
WeWork Dumbo Heights (Prospect)
81 Prospect Street, 
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Learn about how you can incorporate data visualization into your internal and external communications strategies. Design Whaler Ann Nguyen will show you the fundamentals of data visualization, from concept to execution. Tracy Waksler, Director of Subscription Products at the Foundation Center, will walk you through Foundation Maps, a data visualization platform that helps funders and nonprofits generate maps and charts revealing connections between funders, their grants, and their partners around the corner and around the world. In just two hours, you'll be able to illustrate your impact-beautifully.  Click here to register .
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Learn how to plan with an outcome-focus, communicate clearly about your desired impact, and track the data that matters most.  Receive a 5% discount when you register using the code NPCCBaruchLM2017.  Click here to register for this webinar .
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
3:30pm - 4:30pm
FREE for NPCC Members with Promo Code: 

Curious about what practices your nonprofit can use to be happy, healthy and sustainable? Beth Kanter, author of The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact Without Burnout, will share her personal and professional journey toward a happy, healthy culture of well-being, and pass along lots of tips that you won't want to miss. This program offers a way to share the wisdom of a happy, healthy nonprofit with your team and board members. As a member of NPCC, you can attend this webinar for free. Enter promo code "sacomp" to waive the registration fee.  Click here to register .
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 12:00pm - 1:30pm

The annual Study on Nonprofit Investing (SONI) seeks to answer pressing questions related to common nonprofit financial practices. Nearly 700 nonprofits participated in the 2017 study - volunteering information about their organization's investment procedures. This webinar will review the 2017 SONI results, allowing participants to quickly gauge if their policies and performance results are "normal" when compared to their peers.
Dennis Gogarty, founder of SONI and president of Raffa Wealth Management, will lead this interactive webinar. Executive Directors, CEO/CFOs, and board/finance committee members are encourage to attend. The webinar is free but registration is required.  Click here to register for this webinar .
Thursday, June 15, 2017  8:00am - 5:00pm
Hebrew Union College
1 West 4th Street 
New York, NY 10012
$29 - $150

New York Nonprofit Media hosts the 3rd annual Nonprofit OpCon, convening New York's leaders in nonprofits to share information and educate one another on best practices for streamlining operations, including automating internal systems, grant tracking capabilities, finance strategies, cloud security and more.  Click here for more information and registration .
charitySTRONG  is a new free nonprofit board recruitment and director education service, launched in New York City.

The organization offers two online programs.
  • onBOARD is a nonprofit version of "Match.com" to pair organizations with board vacancies with individuals who want to join boards.
  • Directors U is a library of videos and publications on nonprofit governance. It includes a core course called Good Practices for Good Boards that all director candidates complete before applying to serve on a board.
For those organizations seeking board member education, charitySTRONG's Directors U resource library adds great value. It includes material on best practices for nonprofit boards from partners such as BoardSource and the Nonprofit Finance Fund. If you want more "hands-on" training, charitySTRONG's website includes a calendar listing upcoming governance training webinars and local workshops.
To register or learn more, please visit  www.charitystrong.org . If you have any questions, please contact charitySTRONG's staff at  info@charitystrong.org .

The idea of incorporating equity in philanthropy is gaining traction in the field. The reasons why may be obvious - from longstanding commitments to helping those most marginalized to recent electoral outcomes. But the how of embracing equity can prove elusive - especially when foundations turn that equity lens inward. In this session, you'll hear what foundations are doing broadly to incorporate equity internally, as well as ways three specific funders are making equity a part of their day-to-day operations. Presented by William Cordery, Program Officer, Strong Local Economies, Surdna Foundation; Samantha Gilbert, Vice President, Talent and Human Resources, Ford Foundation; Edgar Villanueva, Vice President of Programs and Advocacy, Schott Foundation for Public Education; and Kris Putnam-Walkerly (Moderator), MSW, President, Putnam Consulting Group.  Click here to watch the recording.

Nearly 300 nonprofit leaders and HR professionals from organizations across the country (representing a diverse range of budgets, staff sizes and missions) were surveyed about their priorities in areas such as talent acquisition, culture, performance management and total rewards.  Click here to download full report and analysis .

A Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) standard amends guidance on retirement benefits by requiring a company to present service cost separately from the other components of net benefit cost.  Click here to report by KPMG.

Email is the bread and butter of digital marketing. While it's important to have a number of communication channels through which to engage your community, no organization (for-profit or nonprofit) can afford to neglect email.  Here are eight ways nonprofits can optimize their emails to maximize open rate. Click here to continue.
Nasdaq Corporate Solutions/KRC Research

Nasdaq Corporate Solutions and KRC Research surveyed chief communications officers (CCOs) to understand how communication leaders are using analytics to report effectiveness. The findings highlight the convergence of PR and marketing, increased accountability, challenges with KPI inconsistency, and a lack of influence on measurement strategy. Click here to download the free report.
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* Give One
* Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow
* Video Revival Inc.
* WhyHunger
* American-Israeli Initiatives
* Batey Relief Alliance
* BerryBizzy Human Being
* Brooklyn Multi-Service Community Center, Corp.
* Marketing EDGE
* The East 43rd Street Community Garden
Bronx Parent Housing Network
Our conference room can be rented for meetings, workshops or retreats. The space is available Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm, and is available for rental on a half-day or full-day basis. 

The conference room is available to NPCC members and non-members; NPCC member organizations receive a discounted rate.

For more information, contact  Alexa Salamé, Executive and Board Coordinator, at 212-502-4191 extension 229.
Do you need to rent a meeting, office or event space? Do you have space to rent? NPCC connects you through our Space Ads. These Ads are solely for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with office space available, those seeking space, or those with meeting or conference space for rent in the New York City area.

Deadline: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The 2016-2017 Grant Making Committee of JCRC-NY will award micro grant(s) of at least $1,000 to an organization to address the issue of tenant displacement through education of tenants' rights and other support services. Contact Sally Scheidlinger at scheidlingers@jcrcny.org or 212-983-4800 x122 with any questions or concerns.  For more information or to download the RFP & Application, click here .
Deadline: Friday, April 28, 2017

The 2017 CRE Rising Fund aims to support small nonprofit organizations that are working to improve the lives of the diverse people and communities of New York City.  Through the CRE Rising Fund, expert CRE consultants partner with small nonprofits to complete no-cost, three-month long consulting engagements. Participating nonprofits are selected through a short application process.

Applicant organizations must b e a registered 501(c)(3) working to support New York City's most vulnerable populations by meeting a clear community need, and  headquartered in and do work in one or multiple New York City boroughs.

The CRE Rising Fund was developed out of CRE's mission to serve nonprofit organizations that have deep roots in their communities and are working to fight poverty and advance opportunity.  Click here for more information and to apply .
Deadline: Sunday, April 30, 2017

DataKind, a nonprofit that harnesses the power of data science in the service of humanity, is doing a special call for proposals from organizations working to promote democratic freedom and civic engagement, including those working to protect civil liberties, combat hate speech, protect refugees and immigrants, promote journalism and combat fake news, and other related issues. Learn more about the opportunity and apply by April 30. If you're selected, you'll be matched with a team of data scientists to work with you on a long-term project starting in June.  Click here for more information and to apply .
Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017

Every year, NYC Pride awards thousands of dollars in grants to local LGBT-friendly and LGBT-serving community organizations. These grants are "working" grants: in order to receive funds, members or volunteers from an organization must perform specific functions or services as a group at NYC Pride's annual events. Grants are awarded in amounts ranging from $1,000 to $3,000, depending upon the assignment.

A designated individual from your organization must complete the online application. Once submitted, your application will be reviewed and a determination will be made. Organization's selected for a grant opportunity will be notified Monday, May 1, 2017. If awarded a grant opportunity, your organization will receive an official agreement, outlining NYC Pride's expectations of your organization and what your organization can expect NYC Pride to provide in return.   Click here for more information and to apply .
Deadline: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The New York City Cultural Agenda Fund in The New York Community Trust is now seeking proposals to support City-based advocacy coalitions using culture as a strategy to advance policy.

The funders created the New York City Cultural Agenda Fund in The New York Community Trust to:
  1. Strengthen Advocacy - Fortify and connect the network of arts and culture advocates in New York City;
  2. Influence Policy - Promote a cohesive and equitable cultural policy and integrate culture into City policies across multiple sectors; and
  3. Advance Equity - Ensure small, community arts groups, groups led by people of color, immigrant arts groups, and culturally and economically diverse artists are as valued for their contributions to the City's cultural ecology as larger institutions.

Questions about the proposal process should be directed to The New York Community Trust via email to program associate Michele Kumi Baer at  mkb@nyct-cfi.orgClick here for more information and to apply .

New York Nonprofits is a monthly publication of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc. (NPCC).
Editor: Heysha Nameri, Communications Coordinator.  For information or questions about the enewsletter email  hnameri@npccny.org .
NPCC was established in 1984 to help nonprofits meet common challenges and problems, to serve as a meeting ground, and to strengthen the nonprofit sector as a whole. NPCC has more than 1,400 members in the New York metropolitan area, ranging from all volunteer groups to major institutions.

Membership in NPCC provides a place where your voice is heard and adds to the collective voice of the nonprofit community.
Dues for 501(c)(3) nonprofits (that are not grantmakers) are based upon the organization's annual operating budget.
For more information email Membership manager, Kristen Jones at kjones@npccny.org.

Board Officers: 
Ian J. Benjamin, Chair
Vice Chair: Robert Acton
Treasurer: Charlene Laniewski
Secretary: Merble Reagon

Board Members: Victoria Bailey, Diana Davenport, Leslie Goldman, Ronda Kotelchuck, Patricia Kozu, Antoinette La Belle, Larry Lee, Sheila Lewandowski, Roland Lewis, Carolyn McLaughlin,  Tuhina De O'Connor,  Karen Pearl, Michael Seltzer, Emily Smith, JoAnn D. Smith, Richard Souto, Sarah (BJ) Sung, Stephanie Thomas, Eileen Torres, G. Robert Watts, Jo-Ann Yoo; Sharon Stapel, President ex oficio
Michael Clark, President Emeritus |  Jonathan A. Small, Esq., President Emeritus |  Peter Swords, Esq., President Emeritus |  John E. Craig, Jr., Cha irman Emeritus

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