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July 22, 2021

The Starling Collective

GivingTuesday’s Starling Collective is a new kind of learning collective for grassroots leaders to discover and share best practices for increasing generosity and driving systems change. The program offers coaching, peer learning, and connection to GivingTuesday’s global leader network, as well as microgrants to jumpstart or accelerate on-the-ground work. The deadline to apply is September 1, 2021.

July 22, 2021

Manhattan Community Award Program

The Manhattan Community Award Program provides small funding awards to nonprofit organizations and public schools. This year’s (FY22) program will prioritize funding to organizations working with communities experiencing disproportionate impacts of the COVID pandemic, including seniors. They are especially seeking innovative proposals that will address things like gun violence, anti-hate initiatives, community-police relations, and racial justice. Learn more and apply by August 20, 2021.

July 22, 2021

Essential or Expendable? How Human Services Supported Communities Through COVID-19 and Recommendations to Support an Equitable Recovery

Human services providers have long been a backbone of the economic and social fabric of NY, combining government resources with philanthropy to deliver services to 2.5 million New Yorkers each year. Learn how government can support recovery in Human Services Council's new report, Essential or Expendable? How Human Services Supported Communities Through COVID-19 and Recommendations to Support an Equitable Recovery.

July 22, 2021

Putting Data to Work for Young People: A Framework for Measurement, Continuous Improvement, and Equitable Systems

Developed by Every Hour Counts, the framework updates a tool created in 2014. The heart of Putting Data to Work for Young People: A Framework for Measurement, Continuous Improvement, and Equitable Systems is 11 desired system outcomes, some or all of which organizations might want to measure progress toward, depending on their needs and circumstances. Five are directly related to overall system work and include whether a common goal for afterschool has been established. Three regard the efforts of programs, stressing, for instance, that they use management practices that enhance program quality. And three are related to young people—the rate of youth participation in programs, among them.

July 22, 2021

A Blueprint for Women's Civic Engagement in New York City

Women Creating Change (WCC) has released a new report, A Blueprint for Women’s Civic Engagement in New York City: Toward a More Just and Equitable Democracy. The report is designed to better understand how social and economic inequity shape women’s political participation, to inform WCC’s programmatic and policy priorities, and to urge their partners (past, current, and future) in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors to join them in their mission to foster women’s civic engagement and build a more equitable NYC.