In This Newsletter:

  • NPW Summer Celebration
  • NPW Events
  • Healthcare Talent Pipeline Program
  • Learn with NPW Members and Partners - Member Events
  • New Funding
  • Recap - May 4th: Affordable Housing in Westchester and May 5th: Emerging Leaders Program




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The Healthcare Talent Pipeline Program (HTPP) funded by Westchester County and coordinated by Westchester County Association will train individuals to become a Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Nursing Assistant or Medical Administrative Assistant. Successful candidates will earn a NYS approved training credential, receive job readiness training and be connected to leading healthcare partners in Westchester County.


NYS Office of Children and Family Services Budget Presentation - May 12


The Business Council of Westchester will focus on the future and Westchester’s economic recovery in a 4 part conference series that assembles top leaders from the region’s private and public industry clusters. Not-for-Profits were a critical part of our response during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping to funnel desperately needed funds, and providing services to those in need. As we continue to focus on the future of Westchester's economy, hear what these leaders have to say about lessons learned, and how their organizations and others can remain a driving force behind the delivery of services in our communities.



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The Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children's Mental Health Innovation Awards initiative aims to identify and fund mental healthcare solutions for children and young adults across the United States. This program specifically addresses the lack of both private and public investment in children’s mental health and of effective ways to connect innovative ideas with capital. The resulting systemic funding gap has only increased with the deepening crisis in children’s mental health due to COVID-19-related repercussions and ongoing social injustice issues. Learn More HERE.

NYSHealth Special Projects Fund awards are one-time, nonrenewable funding opportunities consistent with the Foundation’s mission to improve the health of all New Yorkers but outside of its main priority areas. Read details on the 2022 Special Projects Fund RFP and frequently asked questions.

United Way of Westchester and Putnam is now accepting financial requests from local nonprofits to support program or operational efforts. The Impact Fund supports local nonprofits serving the needs of the underprivileged, marginalized, or ALICE (those who are employed but are living paycheck-to-paycheck) populations. United Way is offering grants between $5,000 and $10,000. Deadline: 4 PM on May 23, 2022. Application: Questions:

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation provides grants to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable New Yorkers, bolster the health outcomes of diverse communities, eliminate barriers to care, and bridge gaps in health services. Learn More HERE.

Field Hall Foundation is a private foundation whose primary mission is to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers. See the Grantmaking Guidelines page for instructions. June 3: Deadline for Submitting Letters of Inquiry. End of September: Grants Awarded. Learn More HERE.



Affordable Housing in Westchester: The Economic and Social Benefits of Building the Housing We Need - May 4

Thank you to the 80+ attendees and expert panelists (listed below) for another engaging discussion of affordable housing on May 4th. The message was clear: Affordable housing strengthens our communities and we must work together to achieve it. You can view the recording of the event here, and access resources on NPW's Affordable Housing webpage

A special thank you also to our series sponsors: Thompson & BenderChestnut HoldingsWells FargoOLA Consulting EngineersColliers, and CClean.

NPW Emerging Leaders Session with Neighbor's Link and Community Resource Center - May 5

NPW's Emerging Leaders spent Cinco de Mayo with Neighbors Link and Community Resource Center, learning about their essential services to strengthen Westchester's community through the integration of immigrants and the importance of coalitions to advocate.

Thank you Luisa Granda-Rodriguez, Director of Operations and Community Engagement at Neighbors Link and Jirandy Martínez, MPA, Executive Director at Community Resource Center and NPW Board Member for leading this informative discussion. After the discussion, the Emerging Leaders enjoyed some delicious tacos, quesadillas and guacamole!


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