• HSC's #5and5COLA Campaign Rally
  • Governor Cuomo’s 2015 Opportunity Agenda Press Conference
  • State Reinvestment Campaign on City and State
  • Human Services News and Views
  • HSC's Nonprofit Summit on Revitalizing the Nonprofit Sector
  • Advocacy Do's and Don'ts with HSC
  • Sandy: One Year Later Forum
  • HSC meeting with OMB Director and Deputy Mayor
  • May 12 Coalition Rally

What's Hot at HSC!

2015 NYCT Nonprofit Excellence Awards Semifinalists Announced

HSC would like to congratulate the semifinalists of the 2015 NYCT Nonprofit Excellence Awards, especially The New York Foundling, one of HSC's members, and Bill Baccaglini, President and CEO of The New York Foundling, and Board Member of HSC...Read more here.


Fred Scaglione Passes Away

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of Fred Scaglione, founder and editor of the New York Nonprofit Press (NYNP)...Read more here.


HSC Memo on Federal OMB Guidance on Indirect Costs

In December 2013, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued guidance on indirect costs for contracts funded with federal dollars. That guidance, which applies to pass-through entities including State and City agencies, took effect in December 2014 and established an indirect cost rate floor of 10 percent. HSC has sent a memo to the State and City stating our position on the application of the guidance and calling for an overall floor of 10 percent. Read our memo here.


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HSC In The News

Antiquated View of a Modernized Sector

The conclusions Steven Malanga reaches in his piece “Charities on the Dole,” demonstrate a real lack of appreciation for the history and complex relationship between government and mission-driven social service organizations. The mere fact that he uses the outdated term “charities” to refer to these multifaceted organizations offers insight into his limited understanding of how these groups have evolved and operate in the 21st century...read more here.


Opinion: The Importance of a $15 Wage Floor for New York’s Nonprofits

The 250,000 workers in New York’s nonprofit sector providing essential human services under government contracts deserve a wage boost. Over 80 percent of these workers are women, most are not represented by a labor union, and nearly two-fifths have at least a 4-year bachelor’s degree (twice the share as in fast food)...read more here.


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