Needed in Child Welfare Leadership: Chief Trust Officer
Paul DiLorenzo envisions the role of chief trust officer as nonprofits in the child welfare space engage the community more intensely
New York Owes Nonprofits More than a Parade
New York owes the nonprofits celebrated on the streets and on social media payment for the results they’ve delivered locally, the authors write.
Top New York Lawmakers, Nonprofits Repeat Call For Cuomo to Release $2 Billion
With hundreds of child care providers already shuttered and child welfare programs on the brink, leaders from New York’s state Assembly and the human services sector are calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to release billions in unspent federal coronavirus aid to nonprofits battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Funding for Child Welfare and Family Services
The coronavirus pandemic has brought about perhaps the strangest inflection point in the history of youth and family services. Many providers are challenged to operate effectively in an environment where in-person contact is shunned, but in the not-too-distant future are likely to experience unprecedented demand for help as the nation comes to grip with an economic recession.
Human Services Leaders: $60 Billion Needed From Congress, ‘Essential Service’ Status from States and Counties
The airline, restaurant and hotel industries are being battered by a lack of customers. The healthcare industry is bracing for a frightening surge in usage that will likely present challenges to the capacity of hospitals and other medical centers.
Susan Dreyfus Leaving Alliance for Strong Families and Communities in 2020
Susan Dreyfus, CEO for Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, will step down in 2020, the organization announced this week. “I’ve been talking with the board about this transition for much of the year,” Dreyfus said in a press release.
Bill Introduced to Make Charitable Donations Deductible for Everyone
Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.) has introduced legislation aimed at raising the amount of charitable giving in America by adding a new incentive at tax time, which nonprofit leaders say is more important than ever as a consequence of the recent tax reform passed in 2017.
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities Lays Out New Plan for Policy Work
In August, Youth Services Insider reported on a leadership shakeup at the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. The entire staff of the Washington, D.C., office was let go as the membership organization, which represents hundreds of family and youth services agencies around the country, sought to rebuild its Beltway presence.
Ilana Levinson to Lead Alliance for Strong Families and Communities D.C. Office
In August, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities laid off the staff of its headquarters in Washington, D.C., signaling plans for a change in the way the membership organization did business in the nation’s capital.