• State Reinvestment Campaign on City and State
  • Save the Date for HSC's Leadership Awards Reception!
  • 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!

What's Hot at HSC!

HSC Launches State Reinvestment Campaign

HSC and a coalition of New York State nonprofit human services agencies have launched a comprehensive advocacy campaign strongly urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to invest $354 million into the nonprofit human services industry...get involved here!.


HSC's 2014 Leadership Awards Reception Tickets Now On Sale!

Tickets to HSC's 2014 LAR are now on sale! This year, we are honoring UJA-Federation as our Friend of the Sector and Jason Lilien, former Bureau Chief of the NYS Attorney General's Charities Bureau. Buy your tickets here.


Human Services News and Views

This week, on Human Services News and Views, on WVOX 1460AM at 6pm, we discuss the naming of Good Shepherd Services as one of Crain’s New York Business Best Places to Work, the State Reinvestment Campaign, and the history of the New York City Mission Society and the most pressing issues in the low income communities served by her organization.. Download the podcast here.


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HSC In The News

Reinvest in human services

Allison Sesso, HSC’s Executive Director, wrote an op-ed for the Times Union on HSC’s reinvestment campaign for the human services sector. Read the op-ed here


HSC's Reinvestment Campaign on City and State

Allison Sesso, HSC's Executive Director, and Bobby Watts, HSC Board Member and Executive Director of Care for the Homeless were recently on City and State TV discussing HSC's State campaign for reinvestment in the human services sector. Watch it here...


Coalition Asks NY Gov For $354 Million

A coalition of human service organizations led by the Human Services Council is seeking what it thinks should be its fair share of 4-point-5 billion dollars New York received through bank settlements… to reinvest $354 million in the nonprofit human services sector, to protect vital programs for communities and jobs across the state. Read more here...


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