In This Newsletter:

  • NPW Upcoming Events and Event Recap
  • Diverse Abilities Job Fair
  • 2023 ALICE Report for the Hudson Valley
  • Members - Submit Your News
  • Member and Community Events & Resources


July 18, 8:30 - 10:30 AM, Sam's: Nonprofit Executive Director & CEO Roundtable with Rich Nightingale and Carola Bracco

July 27, 5:00 PM, Virtual: Leaders Inspiring Leaders - For CEOs and EDs who have been in their roles for three years or less

NPW is appreciative of all our program sponsors - learn about them HERE.




On Thursday, July 6th, the Emerging Leaders Class of 2023 enjoyed a fantastic "break from the routine" visit to the Hudson River Museum

Masha Turchinsky, Executive Director and CEO of HRM, and NPW Board Member, led a discussion on the curation of the current art exhibits, specifically exploring the themes in the exhibit “Kengo Kito: Unity on the Hudson” - in HRM’s new west wing!

ELPers also enjoyed a tour of the museum from ELP Alum Robert Panzera, Assistant Director of Development at HRM, and some delicious wine and snacks in the courtyard to end the session.

Thank you Hudson River Museum for a great session! We know many ELPers will be back for the summer events and programs - especially after learning HRM was awarded Best Place for a Date Night by Westchester Magazine!




Come and connect with employers and resources providers in Westchester. Employers are looking for candidates county wide, with varied levels of experience for full time and part time jobs and internship opportunities.

Open House from 10 AM - 12 PM; One-on-One Meetings 1 PM - 4 PM


Northwell Health, Goodwill NY/NJ, Westchester County, Amazon, AppleGreen, NY State Department of Corrections & Community Supervision, Westchester County Airport, New York Presbyterian and more.

RESOURCE PROVIDERS: Hearing Loss Association, Commission for the Blind, Westchester Independent Living, Westchester Residential Opportunities, SPARC, ConConnect, Yes, She Can and more.

Pre-registration is required if you would like to set up an interview or individual meeting with the employers. Once registered, you will receive an email with more details. If you have questions or want to register by phone, call 914-995-2956.
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Hudson Valley Regional Launch of the 2023 NYS ALICE Report - July 11

Inflation has reduced every households’ buying power, but more than a third of Hudson Valley households were already one emergency away from financial ruin. The latest state ALICE® Report released by United Way of New York State looks at how the pandemic and its recovery combined with other economic factors impacted Hudson Valley households.




We are pleased to announce our new NPW Member News Webpage. NPW members are encouraged to share news about their organizations - new hires, grants received, recognition, awards etc. Please submit the required information using this form. We hope this Member News platform becomes another way NPW keeps our Nonprofit community informed and connected. 


Westchester Disabled on the Move - Medicaid Reenrollment Information

Many people who rely on Medicaid could lose their coverage if they fail to reenroll. At the end of May, COVID protections for those on Medicaid ended so they are now required to re-enroll in the program, but many people don’t know this and are losing coverage.

More than 1 million people have been dropped from Medicaid in the past couple months as some states moved swiftly to halt health care coverage following the end of the coronavirus pandemic. Most got dropped for not filling out paperwork.

Westchester Disabled on the Move is currently reenrolling residents across Westchester, Rockland, Orange and Putnam counties. To get assistance with reenrollment free of charge, call 914-968-4717 X109 or visit or e-mail Flyer

914 INC.'S CEOs & Business Leaders of the Year Golf Outing - July 17

Westchester Disabled on the Move ADA 33 Celebration - July 26  

NY ABLE Helps Qualified NYers with Disabilities Save Tax-Free

New York’s ABLE program helps qualified New Yorkers with disabilities save tax-free without impacting Social Security, Medicaid or other government benefits. Learn more HERE.

Hearts and Homes for Refugees is sharing snippets about our refugee neighbors who are looking for work. Some are looking for their first job in the U.S. Others are looking to transition into something new as they build their futures in their adopted country. Complete Information PDF with job descriptions

Please be sure to use NPW's Nonprofit Community Calendar as a resource when planning your event. NPW members: email to get your event listed.

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