In this newsletter:

  • NPW Public Policy
  • Westchester County Budget
  • Hurricane Ida Resources
  • Article of Interest: ‘Fighting for Change’: Life as a Black Artist
  • Member Events 
  • Vote Early
  • Funding Opportunities
  • Upcoming NPW Events
  • NPW's Job Board

NPW Public Policy and Westchester County Budget

Join NPW Today for Public Input Sessions with Westchester County Executive George Latimer: 

Have Your Voices Heard!

If you testify, please state your support for NPW's 2022 Policy and Advocacy Agenda. We are Stronger Together.

County Budget Process Public Input Sessions:

  • Monday, October 25th, 11 AM - 1PM at New Rochelle City Hall
  • Monday, October 25th, 4 PM - 6PM at the Mt. Kisco Public Library

Hurricane Ida Resources

Access Hurricane Ida Resources from last week here

The First Unitarian Society of Westchester’s building was devastated by flooding from the remnants of hurricane Ida. Their small congregation is seeking a new home and would be interested in exploring a space sharing agreement with another church or nonprofit organization. For more information about FUSW, visit If you have any leads, contact Denise Woodin.

Click here for all recent Nonprofit Resources Emails. 


Article of Interest: ‘Fighting for Change’: Life as a Black Artist


‘Fighting for Change’: Life as a Black Artist - The New York Times

The work and struggle by Jamel Robinson and other artists is part of the “African American Art in the 20th Century” exhibition at the Hudson River Museum.



Funding Opportunities


$21 Million in Federal Funding to Strengthen the State's Mental Health Workforce
Eligible Outpatient and Community Support Providers Can Utilize Funding at Their Discretion. Funding Can Be Used for Recruitment and Retention Incentives, Educational Expenses and Career Development and Training. Learn more here.

The New York State Health 2022 Special Projects Fund Request for Proposals (RFP) is available. There are two funding cycles for the 2022 Special Projects Fund. Deadlines for the online inquiry form is March 2, 2022. Read details here

New HHS Guidance and Funding: Important Update From Cerini & Associates

Between last year and the beginning of this year, the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) issued three rounds of Provider Relief Funds (PRF) to assist healthcare providers that were negatively impacted by the COVID Pandemic. These funds were to cover both COVID related expenses, as well as decreases in overall revenue. Last week, HHS issued new guidance surrounding these relief funds, including the release of a fourth round of funding.

Read Full Article Here

Vote Early! Your Vote Matters!

Early Voting started Saturday October 23rd! Westchester County registered voters are eligible to cast an early voting ballot. Registered voters will be able to cast their ballot at any of the 23 designated early voting locations. 

LEARN MORE about early voting, voting on November 2nd, absentee ballots and more:

Member Events


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Upcoming NPW Events 


NPW's Nonprofit Job Board

NPW's Nonprofit Job Board is thriving with over 3,000 page views per month and 150+ current active job posts! It is a valued resource for nonprofit job seekers and employers in Westchester County.

  • NPW Members: 100% free to post. Plus only $25 to feature your position at the top of our board and also have it published to the Google Jobs Network.

  • Nonmembers: NPW's Job Board provides a cost effective and targeted platform to post your nonprofit job openings. 


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