In this Alert:

  • Board of Legislators Public Hearing on 2022 Budget

  • Forum with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
  • Survey on Nonprofit Workforce Shortage
  • Legislative Priorities Survey

Board of Legislators Public Hearing on 2022 Budget


The Board of Legislators will conduct a remote public hearing on the proposed Westchester County 2022 budgets on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 7 PM.

To watch:

To speak or submit comments in writing:

The Board has re-established remote participation procedures for those who would like to speak during the hearing.

  • To speak via Webex online teleconferencing system: Please register at; and select the check box “to SPEAK” during registration.
  • To speak by phone: Call 1-844-621-3956 at the start of the meeting and use the access code: 2432 626 4923.
  • To submit comments by e-mail: Written comments may be submitted by e-mail at, by 5 p.m., December, 8, 2021.
  • To submit comments in writing: Written comment may also be sent by physical mail to the Clerk of the Board of Legislators, 148 Martine Ave., 8th Floor, White Plains, NY 10601. These must be postmarked by December 8, 2021

An Open Conversation with U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

December 9, 1:30 PM, Zoom Webinar
Join the Westchester County Association and Nonprofit Westchester for an interactive dialogue with Senator Gillibrand as they discuss the most pressing issues impacting your nonprofit or business and our community.

Register Here

Discussion topics to include:

  • The infrastructure loan and its implications for the Hudson Valley
  • The status of additional economic impact and social legislation
  • The aftermath of the COP26 Climate Summit and what is means for New York

This event is free to attend. Registration is required. Questions will only be taken in advance of the event. Please send questions to by December 6th. Read the full press release here.

Legislative Priorities Survey

Nonprofit Westchester Community,

The nonprofit sector has provided critical work against insurmountable circumstances over the past 20+ months. We have won major victories like the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) that provided immediate relief through PPP, ERTC, and funding for state and local governments that restored state nonprofit contract withholdings. 

2022 presents several policy opportunities for the sector. Nonprofits can and should be part of economic and public health recovery efforts. Nonprofits can and should advocate for how ARPA’s state and local fiscal relief funding is allocated. And nonprofits should recognize the importance of advocacy. If it were not for robust, coordinated advocacy at all levels of government, nonprofits would not be included in the historic relief from the past year. 

To prioritize our advocacy moving forward, we need to know how the sector is doing. This brief statewide survey, in partnership with Nonprofit New York and NYCON will help us understand the current needs of nonprofits across New York to identify legislative priorities for the sector in the coming years.

Take The Survey

Survey on Nonprofit Workforce Shortage

Please take a few minutes to complete the National Council of Nonprofits’ Survey on Nonprofit Workforce Shortage so we can learn more about the scope of employment issues to inform our national advocacy efforts!


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