A blog for those interested in what affects, motivates and drives the New York City Nonprofit Sector — written by CRE’s crackerjack consulting team. We hope you use this space to share your thoughts, ask questions and engage in conversations about our city, social justice and the nonprofit sector.
The Dorothy Bennett Mercy Center is looking for a dynamic part-time Executive Director who understands and supports the mission of the Center and will partner with the Board and staff to implement the organization’s strategic plan. Read more >>
Turning Point is a non-profit organization helping economically disadvantaged people in Brooklyn, New York. Turning Point’s mission is to change lives by providing comfort and help to hurting people: working with disconnected youth, families in crisis, the homeless, substance abusers, the unemployed, persons infected with and affected by HIV, adult non-readers, and non-English speaking immigrants. Read more >>
The Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC), then known as the Chinatown Planning Council, was founded in 1965 as a grassroots community-based organization in response to the tremendous influx of Chinese immigrants after the change in immigration laws, and in the midst of the Great Society movement. Initially, CPC volunteers counseled families referred by local schools, and provided case management services to help immigrants adjust to their new homes. Filling a void in the community as the first social service agency to serve Chinese-Americans in New York, CPC began to expand its services based on the needs expressed by those in the community. Read more >>
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Update: This position has been filled. Read more >>