What's Hot at HSC!How HSC Broadened Its Focus By Shrinking Its Boardroom
HSC recently opted to remove a few seats from our boardroom as a way to make quicker decisions, engage more members and improve our advocacy efforts for the nonprofit sector. Click here to read the full article.Get your tickets for LAR 2016!!
Click here, to make a donation and get your tickets for HSC's annual Leadership Awards Reception.Community Portraits Press Release - 10/5/16
HSC will award $10,000 grants to 14 nonprofit organizations in partnership with Measure of America with funding provided by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. The winning organizations submitted projects that illuminate important issues in their community using indicators from DATA2GO.NYC, a free, online data mapping and visualization tool with 350 indicators of human need and well-being. Read the full press release here.
HSC's New Board - 9/16/16
On Wednesday, September 14, HSC members voted in a new Board of Directors during the Annual Membership Meeting. The Board Slate can be found here. HSC would like to thank all of its members and Board members for your continued support and participation.
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HSC In The NewsNPQ Editor's Note: Moral Advocacy Needed for Nonprofit Workforce
PQ has spent a good deal of time over the years looking at the employment practices of nonprofits, and recent policy changes related to compensation have brought the issues of our workforces front and center. We’ve been shocked at times by the reactions in our sector to some proposals meant to ensure the basic wage rights of workers... Read more here.
Who Sets Nonprofit Compensation Levels? A Question of Equity and Justice
Last month marked an important moment for the nonprofit human services workforce. Members of the District Council 1707 (DC 1707) labor union and a membership organization of childcare providers, Day Care Council of New York (DCCNY), negotiated a four-year contract for 2,700 daycare workers in New York City serving 10,500 children...While this contract will apply only to those daycare workers represented by the DC 1707 union in New York City, it raises important questions about the human services workforce as a whole—a workforce that provides critical services on behalf of government and that is comprised predominantly of people of color and women. Read more here.
Senator Stewart-Cousins Bill Cuts Costs For Counties, Nonprofits
Albany, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation, sponsored by Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D/I/WF – 35th District) and Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (D/I/WF/WEP-95th District), which allows nonprofit organizations that provide services for their respective counties to make purchases through use of county contacts. This legislation allows counties to provide opportunities for nonprofit service providers to realize savings without compromising service delivery, so long as the contracts relate directly to the service the nonprofit administers to the county. Read more here.
HSC Sets Out to Make Vital Changes Within the Nonprofit Sector
The Alliance is joining with Human Services Council of New York to amplify their efforts to address the structural problems facing so many nonprofit organizations with solutions such as creating an RFP Rating System and a Government Agency Contract Management Rater... Read more here.
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