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Addressing Trauma: Self-care Strategies For You & the Communities You Serve

NOTE: This training series concluded in April 2018. We are not currently offering this series again. Thank you!

We heard from members, capacity builders, and other umbrella organizations that they were in need of response to the trauma – both direct and vicarious – that their staff and constituents were experiencing.

Meet the 2017 Nonprofit Excellence Awards Selection Committee

On December 1st, three nonprofits from among 10 semifinalists will find out which prize - Gold, Silver or Bronze - they've won in the 2017 New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards. The program's expert 30-member Selection Committee is responsible for making the decision and, before that, for choosing the semifinalists and finalists from this year's pool of 45 applicant organizations.

2017 Nonprofit Salary Survey Report Now Available

Click here to get your copy of the 2017 Nonprofit Salary Survey Report.*
The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) conducted the 2017 Salary Survey earlier this year in order to collect information on nonprofit compensation structures. Salary information requested was for current base annual salaries (not including benefits, cash bonuses, etc.

Letter To Congress: Vote to Maintain the Protections of the Johnson Amendment and Sensible Tax Reform.

July 24, 2017 – I write, on behalf of the nearly 1,500 nonprofit members that the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York represents, to urge you to protect the nonprofit sector by voting to maintain the protections of the Johnson Amendment and for sensible tax reform that encourages charitable giving.

The 2017 Nonprofit Excellence Awards Semifinalists are…

Release Date: July 24, 2017
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Ten nonprofit groups from across the city have been chosen as semifinalists for The New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards Program, making them eligible for $60,000 in cash prizes and scholarships to Columbia Business School programs.

Become an NPCC Trainer

The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) has opened the Become An NPCC Trainer application for professional development workshops for the period beginning October 2017 through September 2018. Potential trainers from within the nonprofit sector as well as the for-profit arena are welcome to apply.

NPCC Communications Learning Labs Begin July 27!

NPCC's Learning Labs are a six module cohort-based training series that help nonprofits apply best management practices from NPCC's Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence in their own organization. Learning Labs provide in-depth training, and technical assistance, skills development, and individualized tools that you can use in your day-to-day work.

2017 Annual Meeting of Members [RECAP]

The Nonprofit Committee of New York (NPCC) held its Annual Meeting of Members on Monday, May 15, 2017 at the CUNY Graduate Center, Proshansky Auditorium with 231 members, sponsors and honored guests in attendance.


Ian Benjamin, in his third address as NPCC’s Board Chair, opened the meeting by welcoming attendees and thanking event sponsors.

TAKE ACTION! Congress is politicizing nonprofits – We need five minutes of your time to stop them.

Last week, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee approved a funding bill that included an extraneous provision (rider) that essentially blocks enforcement of the Johnson Amendment against houses of worship and their auxiliary organizations. Certain charitable nonprofits would be able to endorse candidates for public office and divert charitable assets to political campaigns if a rider to a federal funding bill is approved by Congress in the coming weeks.

What’s the “Religious Liberty” Executive Order All About – And What Can You Do About It?

Source: What's the "Religious Liberty" Executive Order All About?
On May 4th, President Trump signed an Executive Order (EO) regarding “religious liberty.” In the days prior to May 4th, there were rumors that this EO would include provisions that would sanction discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, provisions that impacted reproductive health care, and provisions that would allow religious organizations to endorse political candidates, effectively “destroying” nonprofit nonpartisanship, as the President had vowed to do months early.