• Governor Cuomo’s 2015 Opportunity Agenda Press Conference
  • State Reinvestment Campaign on City and State
  • Who Cares? NY Does
  • 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
  • Who Cares? We Do!

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HSC FY16 Executive State Budget Statement

HSC has released its FY16 New York State Executive Budget Statement...read it here.

Governor Cuomo’s New Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program & 10 Point Opportunity Package

HSC was pleased to participate in the a Press Conference with Governor Cuomo around his 10 point plan to combat poverty and fight inequality. Included in the plan is a $50 million dollar investment in nonprofit infrastructure- an investment HSC has been advocating for. Read more here...

Human Services News and Views

This week, on Human Services News and Views, on WVOX 1460AM at 6pm, we speak with Phoebe Boyer, the new President and CEO of The Children's Aid Society, on the history of The Children's Aid Society and the opportunities and challenges they face. Melanie Hartzog, Executive Director of the Children's Defense Fund-New York, discusses the Governor's Juvenile Justice Reform proposal in his 2015 Opportunity Agenda...download the podcast here.

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HSC In The News

Governor Announces Plan to Fight Poverty and Inequality

As part of his “2015 Opportunity Agenda”, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced a ten point plan to combat poverty and fight inequality. The ten point plan includes a number of items of significant interest to advocates and human service providers, including: Creating a $50 Million Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program…read more...

Cuomo Uses Holiday Weekend To Unveil More of His Anti-Poverty Agenda

In a series of news conferences on Saturday and Sunday, Cuomo called for investing millions of dollars in anti-poverty programs, ranging from the creation of affordable housing to job training, student loan forgiveness, homelessness prevention and anti-hunger programs…read more...

An Essential Use of the State Budget Surplus

Thousands of New York State residents depend on the state's non-profit human services organizations during times of disaster and unforeseen crisis. But unless we reinvest in this struggling industry, New Yorkers could find themselves left without resources in their greatest time of need…read more...

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