All workshops are held at NPCC unless otherwise noted. Our training program is designed to give participants a firm grasp of the fundamental concepts within each of our Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence. 
Accidental Data Nerd Training Session
Tues., Feb. 5, 2019
9 a.m.-noon

Are you the Accidental Data Nerd at your organization? Do you feel like you've been thrown into a cauldron of silo'd systems, mismatched spreadsheets and dirty data? This workshop will introduce attendees to the Data Maturity Model (DMM), which was developed through years of direct work with nonprofits. The DMM serves as the basis of providing Accidental Data Nerds with a roadmap for building organizational data capacity. This workshop will show the pathway to transform the Accidental Data Nerd into the role of Organizational Data Leader. The good news is that through hands-on exercises, attendees will see that they already have many of the essential skills needed for moving forward.

Area of Excellence: Information Technology

Presented by: Kim Snyder and Joshua Peskay of RoundTable Technology

Communications and Development Planning That Builds Community (WEBINAR)
Thurs., Feb. 7, 2019
1-2 p.m.

This webinar training will focus on the stages of engagement and using various marketing mediums that are most effective and efficient at cultivating a community and segmenting donors. It provides the basics of communication planning for young development professionals and managers interested in learning more about integrated development and communications planning. Growth for Good will also provide a handout of their communications and fundraising calendar template for marketing planning.

Area of Excellence :  Communications

Presented by: Claudia Zeldin, Partner at Growth for Good

Untangling the Multiple Views of Cost
Tues., Feb. 13, 2019
9:30-11:30 a.m.

Understanding and managing costs are critical to organizational decision-making, but it can also be a daunting challenge. We help you untangle the overlapping perspectives on costs, keep an eye out for those often overlooked, and outline steps to calculate the comprehensive cost of programs as well as your whole enterprise. You'll take home Nonprofit Finance Fund's customizable cost allocation tool to better understand the cost of mission delivery for negotiating, fundraising, and financial storytelling purposes.

Area of Excellence: Financial Management

Presented by: Jina Paik, Director, and Jihye Gyde, Manager, of Nonprofit Finance Fund

Creating a Stellar Fundraising Plan
Weds., Feb. 20, 2019
9 a.m.-noon

Does your annual fundraising plan need a refresh? Do you need to create one from scratch? This interactive workshop will provide you with tips and tools for creating a realistic blueprint that will guide you through a year of success. An annual fundraising plan is imperative for organizations of any size, as it provides the roadmap to guide development staff, board and volunteers toward goals to sustain the mission. Small development teams often lack the resources to develop realistic goals, from multiple revenue streams, and to keep on track throughout the year when everything fundraising related seems like a priority. This collaborative workshop, led by seasoned fundraisers who have created scores of development plans for grassroots organizations over the years, will prepare participants for laying the groundwork for a successful annual fundraising plan with diverse revenue streams and limited staff resources. Ideal participants are staff and board members who have responsibility for fundraising and resource development for their organizations, and who want to create a sustainable fundraising plan with attainable goals. 

Area of Excellence: Fundraising and Resource Development

Presented by: Christa Orth, Vice President, and Doug Wingo, Principal, of Wingo NYC

RSVP for NPCC's Annual Meeting of Members!
Join us at NPCC's Annual Meeting of Members on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice.

3 p.m. Registration
4-6 p.m. Meeting
6 p.m. Reception 

We will open registration to non-member business professionals on March 1.
Don't Miss NPCC's First-Ever Ask Me Almost Anything (AMAA) on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion on Feb. 7!
When:  Thurs., Feb. 7 from  3-4 p.m.
Hosts:  Luz Rodriguez of Visionary Allies and Janvieve Williams Comrie of Aligned Strategies Consulting
Who Can Join: NPCC members

Following the popularity of their Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) workshop, "Leading Courageous Conversations on Race Equity," we're excited to have Luz Rodriguez and Janvieve Williams Comrie back as hosts for NPCC's first-ever live Ask Me Almost Anything (AMAA)! Join us for this fun and interactive opportunity to connect with Luz and Janvieve, and ask them almost anything about DEI practices. Want to know how to start a DEI process in your workplace? Or what it means to be a human rights strategist? Ever wonder what a micro-aggression is or how to respond to one? Join us on Thursday, February 7 in The Community to ask your DEI-related questions to our experts! Add this event to your calendar. 

No registration is required. Members will need an active Community login; if you aren't sure if your Community login is up to date, or if you have questions, or a suggestion for our AMAA series, please reach out to Alexa Salamé at asalame@npccny.org or Taïna Sanon at tsanon@npccny.org.  We'll see you online!
Register for NPCC's Human Resources Learning Lab!
Today is the last day to register for NPCC's Human Resources Learning Lab Develop a strong set of tools to implement human resources practices that enhance your team's ability to deliver on your mission, including identifying and developing leadership pipelines and succession plans, assessing staff needs, and crafting responses to those needs in a holistic manner including work/life balance practices.  Learn through an in-depth, six module cohort-based series, led by experts, that will provide a deep dive into human resource management for nonprofits.

This Human Resources Learning Lab is intended for individuals in your organization with basic to intermediate knowledge of human resources. This includes various stakeholders involved with human resources management, including human resources staff, executive directors, operations staff administrators, and program staff. Organizations of all sizes are encouraged to apply.  Register now and reserve your spot!
Looking for a New Nonprofit Career? Visit NPCC's Job Board!
S ince launching in October 2018, NPCC's Job Board has received thousands of visits from potential job seekers. Are you looking to join the nonprofit community or wanting to advance your career? Here are three reasons why NPCC's Job Board should be the first place to start your search:
  • Connect to a cause you care about. Our Job Board lets you search across every area of the nonprofit sector!  
  • No job is too small or too big. We have nonprofit job postings from entry- to senior-level, and everything in between!
  • Looking for an easier commute? Our Job Board is exclusively for nonprofit job postings in NYC, Long Island, and Westchester!

Have a job opening you want to post? Job posts are $25 for NPCC members and $75 for non-members.
Submit a Proposal by Feb. 22: NPCC's RFP for Workshop Trainers!
Deadline to apply: Fri., Feb. 22, 2019
We recently issued our RFP for the 2019 semester (October 2019 - March 2020)!  The RFP is open to nonprofit staff, consultants, and any individual who professionally engages with nonprofits. We invite anyone who meets these criteria to submit a  proposal for trainings on topics that align with the fundamental concepts of our Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence (see the full list of suggestions to guide the application and review process).  This is an opportunity for nonprofit service providers to share their expertise with our nearly 1,700 members. Training formats include workshops, webinars, panel discussions - if you are interested in presenting it, we want to hear about it!  If you or someone you know is interested in leading an NPCC workshop, please view our RFP and/or submit a proposal!
NPCC Members! Join Nonstop Wellness for an Informational Webinar Feb. 28
Employer-sponsored premiums and deductibles continue to burden New York's nonprofit workforce and their families. Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services, Inc. is proudly changing the way nonprofits and their employees access healthcare with its partially self-funded health insurance program, Nonstop Wellness. The Nonstop Wellness program decreases the annual costs of healthcare for nonprofits while reducing or eliminating copay's, deductibles and coinsurance.  Mark your calendar for Thursday, February 28th at 10 a.m. EST to join Nonstop for an  informational webinar and introduction to Nonstop Wellness , a health insurance program designed for New York's nonprofits that has more than 50 employees on benefits. Learn more on their website. #benefitdesignmatters
State UBIT and Commuter Benefit - Legislative Fix in the Governor's Budget
Because of your advocacy, in December 2018, Governor Cuomo signed the law that decouples the state and federal tax law so that New York State will NOT tax nonprofits on commuter benefits.This means the state tax burden of 9% on all qualified transportation benefits has been eliminated! However, a drafting error created problems for those organizations with a fiscal year start date that does not align with the calendar year. We have worked closely with the state to fix this error, and the fix was included in the Governor's budget this month. (For those of you who would like to see the language, it is in Section 9 of Part Z of the Revenue bill.) Assuming this section stays in the final budget bill, it will fix the law to reflect the original intent: that the state tax law should be decoupled entirely from the federal tax law.

Required Number of Members for a Corporation in New York State
Governor Cuomo signed into law S8699/A10366, which establishes that corporations (including nonprofits) must have at least three people as members (except if the corporation has no members). This law is meant to prevent nonprofits with a sole member from electing the Board of Directors.
New York City Lactation Room Law
A new law goes into effect on March 18, 2019 requiring New York City employers to provide a lactation room, among other protections for working mothers.  This will also require updated policies and request forms, which the New York City Commission on Human Rights will publish in the future.

New Policy to Diminish Lags in Registration of Fiscal Year 2020 Extensions and Renewals
The City has implemented a new policy, effective immediately, with the goal of diminishing lags in the registration of FY 2020 extensions and renewals. The policy streamlines, digitizes and standardizes the renewal process in an effort to realize more timely registration. Nonprofits with FY 2020 renewals or extensions can expect to receive a notification letter from their contracting agency that outlines the new policy and the required documentation. If you have not heard from your agency, you can reach out to your contract manager or email help@mocs.nyc.gov. The City provided a  tips sheet that offers guidelines for providers that can support more timely extension and renewal contract registration.
New Standardized Audits Process: Call for Nonprofit Participants to Track Effectiveness
The standardized audit guide for nonprofits receiving City funding, was developed in collaboration with nonprofits, City agencies, and certified public accounting (CPA) firms, establishes a framework for a consistent audit process and timeline across human service City agencies. This new policy became effective in November 2018. MOCS is collecting data on the audit process to (1) determine the effectiveness of implementation, and (2) identify enhancements.  Would your organization be interested in being part of the tracking process? Tracking would involve recording on a one-page tracking tool the start and end dates of 20 specific tasks and providing comments about delays or other issues. Please contact MOCS at help@mocs.nyc.gov if you have questions about the new audit process or if you can participate in the tracking.  

Governor Cuomo Signs New Voting Law
In January, Governor Cuomo signed new legislation that modernizes voting law, including allowing early voting, pre-registration for minors, synchronized federal and state primary dates, and more. This is important information for nonprofits because we know that nonprofits are a great force in encourage civic engagement - and NPCC developed a Voter Engagement Toolkit with Nonprofit VOTE and COMMUNITY Votes. 
A Thank You to Nonprofits Affected by the Federal Government Shutdown
From the National Council of Nonprofits: With the signing of a temporary, short-term funding bill late Friday, the longest federal government shutdown ended and millions of federal, nonprofit, and for-profit employees can go back to work. There is much more to be said and done to recover from the politician-made crisis, which we address below, but first we acknowledge the engagement of nonprofits across the country. Charitable nonprofits, on their own and in cooperation with local governments and businesses, demonstrated the best in America. They earned the respect and thanks of all affected by the federal government shutdown. In a special Thank You to Nonprofits message published before the shutdown ended, National Council of Nonprofits Board Chair Donna Murray-Brown and President & CEO Tim Delaney marveled at how charitable nonprofits "stepped forward, yet again, to help innocent people who are being hurt by circumstances beyond their control." They observed that, while this is normal when "helping others cope with everyday struggles and natural disasters," this time nonprofits volunteered to help their fellow Americans during "an unnatural disaster" caused by politicians. They concluded with these words of praise to the nonprofit community: "We hope politicians will learn from your positive example of putting people first. We're proud to serve with you. For the public good. Every day."
UBIT and the Federal Tax Update
Although NPCC and other coalition members were successful in eliminating a state UBIT commuter benefit tax, the federal tax remains. At 21%, this has a significant impact on many nonprofits. The Independent Sector shared research on this impact, and ways that nonprofits can engage in this national discussion. Preliminary guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service in December (Notice 2018-99) proposed to clarify when nonprofits must pay a 21 percent unrelated business income tax on employer expenses related to employee parking. The notice, which is subject to public comment, instructs organizations to apply a complicated four-step calculus for putting a value on taxable parking spaces.

A separate notice (
Notice 2018-100) allows for tax penalty waivers for nonprofits that failed to submit quarterly estimated tax payments on those transportation benefits. The IRS has given no guidance or relief for the application of the tax on other transportation benefits, such as subway or bus passes. Nonprofits affected by the income tax on parking expenses are invited to submit comments to the IRS by February 22. Additionally, the IRS published a 96-page notice (Notice 2019-09) this month explaining when nonprofit employers must pay the new 21 percent tax on annual compensation in excess of $1 million for their highest-paid staff. The preliminary guidance clarifies that (1) nonprofits should use the calendar year ending within the nonprofits' fiscal year to calculate the tax; and (2) nonprofits generally will not be able to avoid the tax by splitting highly-compensated employees' pay between multiple related organizations, among other things. The IRS is accepting comments from the public
through April 2.

Charitable Giving Tax Deduction Act
A bipartisan bill to expand charitable giving incentives in response to the 2017 federal tax law was introduced in the House of Representatives last week. The legislation (H.R.651
), proposed by Representatives Cuellar (D-TX) and Smith (R-NJ), would create a non-itemizer, or universal, charitable deduction for all taxpayers, regardless of whether they itemize deductions. 
Judge Strikes Citizenship Question from 2020 Census
A federal court ruled that the U.S. Commerce Department cannot include the proposed citizenship question to the 2020 Census. The New York Times summarized the 277-page decision
this way: In a lengthy and stinging ruling, Judge Jesse M. Furman of the United States District Court in Manhattan said that Wilbur L. Ross Jr., the commerce secretary, committed "a veritable smorgasbord" of violations of federal procedural law when he ordered the citizenship question added. Mr. Ross "failed to consider several important aspects of the problem; alternately ignored, cherry-picked, or badly misconstrued the evidence in the record before him; acted irrationally both in light of that evidence and his own stated decisional criteria; and failed to justify significant departures from past policies and practices," Judge Furman wrote. Judge Furman ruled in only one of six cases challenging the citizenship question and other aspects of the 2020 Census. The decision will likely be followed by other trial-level court decisions, and the issue probably will not be resolved until the U.S, Supreme Court decides.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Protections Continue
The Supreme Court refused to take action on a case regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which means the nearly 700,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children continue to have these protections for at least the next several months.
A National View of 2019 Public Policy for Nonprofits
The Chronicle of Philanthropy published the National Council of Nonprofit's public policy forecast for the nonprofit and foundation community: The Effects of 2019 Tax-Policy Decisions Will Linger for Decades. It's Time to Weigh In.

A Call to Action for Nonprofits in 2019
2018 posed a lot of challenges to the nonprofit sector. We have work to do in 2019. NPCC's President, Sharon Stapel, and the National Council of Nonprofits' Vice President of Public Policy, David Thompson, talk about what we need to do, including:  promoting fiscally sound tax incentives for giving back; improved public policies that recognize and reflect the unique, cost-savings contributions nonprofits make to the economy every day; streamlined processes to allow for more effective partnerships; and workplace laws that treat nonprofits as equals. Read the full article on NPCC's website.
NPCC SURVEY - Did Your Nonprofit Donations Increase or Decrease in 2018?
The new federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) went into effect in 2018, impacting the ability to deduct charitable contributions to nonprofits. NPCC would like to know if you saw a change in donations in 2018 from 2017.  Please fill out this 2-minute survey. We'll use this information - in the aggregate, without identifying information -  to advocate for fairer tax reform for nonprofits.
What if Pizza Shops Were Funded Like Human Services Nonprofits?
Have you seen the Human Services Council of New York's "A Fair Slice" video? Watch what happens if pizza shops were funded like Human Services nonprofits. The Human Services Council of New York launched the #FairSlice campaign at the end of last year, but this comical take on funding challenges faced by nonprofits is still as relevant as ever.

Are you an NPCC member and have news or accomplishments you'd like to be highlighted in our newsletter? Email Kelly McLain at kmclain@npccny.org.
NPCC's Chief Programs Officer Part of Columbia Business School's Senior Leaders Program in Social Enterprise
We are proud to announce that NPCC's own Tiloma Jayasinghe is part of the latest cohort of Columbia Business School's Senior Leaders Program in Social Enterprise. This program is geared toward leaders in the sector who are responsible for mission-wide endeavors and provides learning in nonprofit management, strategy and vision as well as the development of a strong network of other nonprofit leaders.  So far, Tiloma reports that her network of peers are amazing and knowledgeable, and the program is already proving a transformative experience. Scholarships for seats at this program and it's partner, the Developing Leaders Program, are offered to all winners of the Nonprofit Excellence Awards.

Apply for the Department of Cultural Affairs' Fiscal Year 2020 Cultural Development Fund
Application deadline: Mon., Feb. 11, 2019

The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs is now accepting grant applications from eligible nonprofit organizations. Organizations interested in applying for CDF support should review the  eligibility requirements  as well as  the application. Check out the  schedule of  upcoming application seminars  to give you an opportunity to speak directly with DCLA staff, and help you prepare the most competitive application possible. The Department of Cultural Affairs is the largest cultural funding agency in the nation, with a Fiscal Year 2014 expense budget of $156 million and a capital budget of $822 million over the next four years. The Department extends support to the cultural community in three major ways: through funding for specific cultural organizations in exchange for cultural services offered to the citizens of New York City, through direct subsidies to 33 City-owned Cultural Institutions and through capital spending for construction and renovation at designated institutions.   Learn more, and apply today.
DRG Search Announces Annual Pro-Bono Search
Application deadline: Thurs., Feb. 28, 2019

DRG Search has a Request For Proposals (RFP) for nonprofit organizations for pro-bono support in identifying a new senior professional to help advance their mission. For 2019, eligible organizations need to have a social justice centered mission and an annual budget between $1 million and $5 million. For more information about the RFP, and to apply, visit their website.
City Council Discretionary Award Applications Now Open
Application deadline: Tues., Feb. 29, 2019

City Council Discretionary FY 2020 award applications are due by Feb. 19, 2019.
Be advised that all not for profit community-based organizations that wish to apply for discretionary funding for FY 2020 must submit a Council Application. I f an application is not submitted within the filing period, the community-based organization will not be eligible for funding.  Visit the City Council website to learn more about the discretionary funding process and to submit an application. Beginning in FY 2020, all providers will be required to prequalify with   HHS Accelerator.
William T. Grant Foundation Youth Service Improvement Grants Program
Application deadline: Thurs., March 7, 2019

The William T. Grant Foundation launched a redesign of its Youth Service Improvement Grants Program in January, which supports activities to improve the quality of direct services for young people in NYC. Learn more about the program here. We encourage qualifying members to apply and spread the word among your networks! To apply, visit their website.
Green Pathways Fellowship Program Accepting Applications
Application deadline: Mon., March 11, 2019

The Green Pathways Fellowship Program creates a pathway to the green sector for low-income young adults in living wage entry-level positions in the environmental justice movement.  This new program is a partnership between Vu Le's Rainier Valley Corps and Got Green and cultivates leaders through a racial equity and intersectional lens and places them at a host environmental justice-focused organization for two years, providing them with technical skill building and training in leadership development that is culturally relevant, community-center, and context driven.  If you are a community-based organization and may be interested in hosting a fellow, please visit this page.  Interested? Learn more and apply here.
Cause Effective Seeks Survey Responses From Development Professionals of Color
Cause Effective is launching a new project to support the professional advancement and leadership pipeline of nonprofit development professionals of color: Preparing the Next Generation: Addressing the Racial Leadership Gap in Nonprofit Fundraising. We have developed a survey to gain insight into the experiences of nonprofit development professionals of color, and are asking for help in distributing this survey to development professionals of color at every phase of their career.  Please  share this link ( http://sgiz.mobi/s3/Development-Professionals-of-Color-Industry-Insights-Survey) with  your colleagues in the field and spread the news of this project to your network .
The Bully Brain:Understanding Bullying Behavior
Thurs., Feb. 7, 2019 and Fri., Feb. 8, 2019, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Presented by ENACT
Manhattan, Times Square area
NPCC-member ticket price for both days: $165, non-members pay $175

Through case studies, role play, & active exploration, participants will leave workshops with: c oncrete and replicable facilitation tools; i ntervention and prevention skills to be utilized with put-at-risk students within the bullying triad; s trengths-based empowerment exercises and vocabulary; and a  network of like-minded practitioners.  Content from Day 2 will build on topics explored during Day 1. While each workshop will be self-contained with specific objectives and take-away materials, it is highly recommended that participants attend both sections of the institute. To register, or for more information, visit their website or contact Darci Burch at darci.burch@enact.org or 212-741-6591 ext. 226.
Board Recruiting Best Practices Training Session
Thurs., Feb. 14, 2019, 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Presented by BoardAssist
575 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022
FREE to attend for NPCC members

Attend this training session with BoardAssist to learn how to Select a Board Matching Service, Identify New Board Candidates, and most importantly How to Lock In those Candidates once you find them! Cynthia Remec, Executive Director of BoardAssist, will lead this session on Thursday, February 14 at 8:30 am at BoardAssist. This training is free to NPCCNY members but RSVP is required by emailing Cynthia Remec at  cr@boardassist.org. Can't make it? Email Cynthia for materials, or see BoardAssist's  Top Twelve Board Recruiting Tips.

Growth for Good Digital Fundraising Conference for Nonprofits on Feb. 20
Weds., Feb. 20, 2019, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Presented by social impact communication agencies Leading Good and Antarctic
God's Love We Deliver,  166 6th Ave, New York, NY 10013
$75 for members (use code: npcc_gfg_partner) and $110 for non-members

Leading Good and Antarctic are excited to announce an upcoming conference entitled  Growth for Good  taking place Wednesday, February 20 at God's Love We Deliver.  Growth for Good  is a conference of new ideas and tools for digital fundraising within the nonprofit and social impact sectors. The one-day event brings together nonprofit thought-leaders, digital fundraising experts, and leading media professionals to speak on critical topics in today's social impact fundraising landscape. The aim of the conference is to foster the exchange of insights between nonprofit professionals and empower them to raise the money their cause deserves. Learn more on the Growth for Good website, or register today! NPCC is proud to be a partner for this event.
Free Media Access Workshop for Nonprofits
Fri., Feb. 22, 2019, 8:30 a.m. registration, 9 a.m.-noon
Presented by the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, 
Room 308, 
219 W 40th Street, 
New York, NY 10018
FREE to attend

How can your nonprofit or community-based organization promote your work, draw media attention and highlight your mission?  The  Asian American Journalists Association  (AAJA) is hosting a FREE  Media Access workshop  for organizations like yours to learn about the most effective ways to build partnerships with local media organizations and get coverage. If you've ever asked yourself questions like...
  • "Why isn't the local media covering my news and events?"
  • "Is anyone reading my press release?"
  • "How can I make sure the local media covers my community fairly and accurately?"
Media Access is free and open to nonprofits and community-based organizations in New York and surrounding areas. The sessions will cover media literacy, media access and op-ed writing featuring a moderator and a panel of local journalists. Questions about AAJA New York Media Access? Contact AAJA Program Associate Daniel Garcia at danielg@aaja.orgLearn more, and RSVP today!
- Friends of WHEELS
- Girls on the Run NYC, Inc.
- Greater Works
Collaborative, Inc.

Morgan deSaussure
Featured Knowledge Center Resources
The  Knowledge Center is NPCC's library of relevant resources, tools, templates, and reports on nonprofit management topics. Here are our featured resources this month:

- Sample Data Governance Plan:  Data governance focuses on the people, processes, and structures required to create consistent and proper handling of data and understanding of information across the organization. This sample plan outlines how an organization manages the creation, transformation, and usage of data and can be adapted to help your organization set standards and expectations around managing data.

Want more on this topic? NPCC is hosting a Feb. 5 workshop for Accidental Data Nerds.

- Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Changes to Accounting Standards (WEBINAR):  For the first time in 20 years, there are significant changes in the way nonprofit organizations are required to prepare and present financial statements. Issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board in August 2016, these changes help nonprofits tell their financial story more effectively, make financial statements more useful to readers and provide more consistency between reporting organizations. This webinar provides information on the key facets of the update to help you make sure your nonprofit is prepared for the coming changes. This webinar is a member-only resource and you will need to use your Community login.

- Planning for a Crisis: Why Nonprofits Must Prepare for the Unexpected:  This Topic Summary outlines tips and strategies for developing a crisis plan for your nonprofit. A crisis plan can help the organization prepare for potential reputational threats - damage that can jeopardize programs, funding, and support. 

Want more on this topic? Check out our March 19 training on  Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness.

General Data Protection Regulation Readiness Checklist: This GDPR Readiness Checklist sets out key requirements of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation that went into effect on May 25, 2018 and outlines responsibilities for various stakeholders (legal, HR, Communications, etc.). The checklist highlights the most important actions that organizations should take to prepare for compliance. This resource is a member-only document and was generously created and shared by Perlman & Perlman.
Questions? Use Our HelpLine!
The HelpLine is a resource for NPCC members to ask questions and receive personalized responses from the NPCC staff. Nonprofit professionals are able to inquire about referrals, information resources, and NPCC initiatives. Receive customized and reliable assistance for all nonprofit management questions with just a few clicks. Need help logging in to The Community to access the HelpLine? We have resources for that!
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.

New York Nonprofits is a monthly publication of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc. (NPCC). Archived issues are available for download on NPCC's website.
Editor: Kelly McLain, NPCC Communications Manager.  For information or questions about the e-newsletter, email: kmclain@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 1,700 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 about NPCC membership, visit our website or email: tsanon@npccny.org.

Board Officers: 
Chair: Ian J. Benjamin
Vice Chair: Robert Acton
Treasurer: Charlene Laniewski
Secretary: Karen Pearl

Board Members: Charles Archer, Esq., Richard Burns, Esq., Diana Davenport, Cammie Erickson, Michelle Henry,  Ronda Kotelchuck, Patricia Kozu, Roland Lewis, Jarrett Lucas, Carolyn McLaughlin, Kamesh Moola,  Tuhina De O'Connor,  Karen Pearl, Emily Smith, Richard Souto, Sarah (BJ) Sung, Stephanie Thomas, Eileen Torres, Bobby Tran, Jo-Ann Yoo; Sharon Stapel, President ex officio
Michael Clark, President Emeritus |  Jonathan A. Small, Esq., President Emeritus |  Peter Swords, Esq., President Emeritus |  John E. Craig, Jr., Cha irman Emeritus

Copyright © 2019 Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc. New York Nonprofits is published twelve times a year. Select articles may be reprinted in print form (they may not be printed in any medium other than print form) with the express permission of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc.