In this Newsletter:

  1. NPW January and February Events

  2. Member Events

  3. Nonprofit Trends Guide

  4. Funding Opportunities

  5. PPE Resources

  6. Nominate Your Colleagues

NPW January & February Events


Member Events


Tell Me The Truth: Exploring The Heart of Cross-Racial Conversation - Jan. 17

Join the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester's Center for Racial Equity this MLK Day to learn how cross-racial conversation and collaboration lead to racial equity and the achievement of Dr. King's dream of Beloved Communities.

National Day of Racial Healing: An Evening with Dr. Thema Bryant - Jan. 18

The National Day of Racial Healing is a time for contemplating our shared values and engaging together on #HowWeHeal from the effects of racism. Launched on Jan. 17, 2017, this day is observed every year on the Tuesday following Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 

United Way of Westchester and Putnam revealed that three amazing women will be keynote speakers at the Nonprofit Leadership Summit 2022, held in a hybrid capacity on Friday, March 25: Angela F. William, CEO of United Way Worldwide, Cristina Alesci, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer of Chobani and former CNN correspondent; and Avera Martin, a Harvard-trained civil rights attorney, advocate, nonprofit founder, television host, legal and social issues commentator, and author. 


2022 Nonprofit Trends Report


Cerini & Associates and the Nonprofit Resource Hub created the Nonprofit Trends Report for the nonprofit sector to help prepare for the upcoming year. This year's guide features guidance from NPW Executive Director Jan Fisher and NPW Board member Ron Abad. 

"Nonprofits need to band together rather than compete for government and other contracts; they need to set acceptable standards for wages and compensation that all agree to adhere to so they are competitively evaluated for funding on quality and what they offer vs. who will come in at the lowest bid." - Jan Fisher, Executive Director, NPW

Funding Opportunities

Field Hall Foundation is accepting Letters of Inquiry until January 14th for its Spring grant cycle. Grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000+ will be awarded for programs and projects that improve the lives of OLDER ADULTS and their CAREGIVERS in Dutchess, Putnam & Westchester counties. Priority is given to proposals that address residents’ most basic needs. Spring 2022 grants will be awarded in late May. The Foundation awarded more than $1 million in grants in 2021. The Foundations’ grantmaking guidelines and criteria can be found at For more information or to discuss a potential proposal, contact: Patti Lavan Horvath, Program Officer.

Impact100 Westchester is thrilled to announce the Grants we will award in 2022 during our ninth grant cycle!

  • Two Transformational Project Grants of $85,000 each
  • Three Core Mission Grants of $30,000 to the remaining finalists

Grants will be awarded in June. If your organization is interested in applying, please apply by clicking here. The Letter of Inquiry, including all attachments, is due by January 15th. Before you begin your application, please also be sure to check the eligibility requirements to ensure that your organization, and your project, are both eligible. Focus Area Awards totaling $25,000 will also be awarded to nonprofit organizations addressing Children's Mental Health, and will have a separate application and review process that begins in February. 

PPE Resources

Nonprofit Westchester has access KN95 masks. Please email Amy Rivera if you are interested in obtaining masks for your staff. 

Nominate Your Nonprofit Colleagues

Westchester Public Health Service Awards

The Westchester County Board of Health is now seeking nominations for the 2022 Public Health Service Awards. The Board wants to recognize adults, young people and not-for-profit programs whose volunteer efforts have demonstrated creativity and compassion in response to the enduring COVID-19 pandemic, and who have helped improve public health in Westchester. The Board encourages community leaders, healthcare professionals, educators and residents to nominate worthy people or programs by February 8 using the nomination forms at HERE.   

Nonprofit 40 Under 40!

This April, City & State and NYN Media will recognize 40 rising stars making their mark on New York’s nonprofit sector. The Nonprofit 40 Under 40 will honor individuals who are working hard to improve their communities, have made great strides in their careers and hold the promise of a bright future in the nonprofit industry. Submit your Nomination for the Nonprofit 40 Under 40! HERE.

Inform Our Advocacy


NY State has provided needed funding through federal recovery dollars to for-profit businesses for operational expenses. Yet, no such support is available to 501c3 nonprofit businesses. Help us determine the need for support so we can make the case to NY State by completing this brief survey.

Nonprofit Sector Policy Priorities Needs Assessment


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