In This Newsletter:

  • Nonprofit Health Assessment
  • NPW Events & Recaps
  • Member and Community Events & Resources
  • Funding


The assessment is intended to provide New York 501c3 nonprofit organizations with a tool to conduct an initial self-assessment of the organization’s overall health in particular areas, foster deeper inquiry in areas that need attention, and offer helpful resources.



June 12, 5:00 - 7:00 PM, CV Rich Mansion: NPW Summer Celebration & Networking Party

Regional Nonprofit Member Meet-Ups - Next Up: Northern Westchester on June 20th. Join fellow NPW Nonprofit members for a chance to come together in a relaxed setting, foster connections with colleagues, meet new peers, and engage in meaningful discussions about shared concerns and opportunities. Please note: Meet Ups are for our Nonprofit members only. Roundtable introductions starting at 2:30 PM. 

June 21, 10:00 - 11:30 AM, Virtual: NPW Disabilities Providers Affinity Group Meeting: New Federal Regulations to Strengthen Protections Against Disabilities Discrimination

June 27, 9:00 - 10:15 AM, Virtual: Your AI Adoption Plan


September 12, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM, WLS: Advocacy Learning Lab 


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


Upcoming NPW Affinity Groups



The Central Westchester NPW Nonprofit Meet Up on June 5th

Our Regional Nonprofit Meet-Ups continued in Central Westchester on June 5th with an exceptional group of nonprofits. These outstanding organizations came together to meet new colleagues, share their missions, and explore collaboration opportunities. Thanks for joining us!

The Arc Westchester, Backyard Sports, Family Services of Westchester, Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, The Guidance Center of Westchester, Hudson Valley Justice Center, LOFT LGBTQ+ Community Center, Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry, Pro Bono Partnership, The Sharing Shelf, Scarsdale Public Library, Westchester Library System

Learn more about each organization here. Shout out to the amazing hosts at the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester! Thanks, CEO Tiffany S.W. Hamilton and Jayliss Diaz, Chief of Staff. 
Nonprofits in Northern Westchester: j
oin us on June 20th for your regional meet-up in Peekskill. Free & open to NPW nonprofit members only. Register here.

Emerging Leaders hosted by Wartburg and Y-COP on June 6th

The Emerging Leaders class had a fantastic visit to the beautiful Wartburg campus in Mt. Vernon on Thursday, June 6th. The class was honored to be greeted by Wartburg CEO David Gentner and also learn about the fascinating history of the residence from Rose Cappa-Rotunno, Vice President of Institutional Advancement.

Kerry Minto, Director of Institutional Advancement and Volunteerism and ELP Class of 2023 alum, led an info-packed presentation on leveraging volunteerism. The class was inspired by a super fun and engaging session from Henry Wilson, Y-COP Executive Director and NPW Board Member, who spoke about the importance of cultivating and building relationships with your agency volunteers. Mr. Wilson also highlighted the amazing partnership between Wartburg and Y-COP over the years.   

The class was treated to a robust assortment of delicious hors d'oeuvres and wine. Plus - they were able to tour the brand new state-of-the-art Berkemeier Living Center. It was a truly memorable experience for all!

Huge thanks as always to our ELP Sponsor - M & T Bank!




We are thrilled to announce that our NPW Community Calendar has a fresh new look! Plus we have streamlined the process to have your event posted. NPW Members: Please submit your events using this form. Please email with any questions.



Westchester County Office of Economic Development - Supporting Westchester's Economic Growth Survey


Help shape a new program to strengthen our local economy through our local small businesses and nonprofits. Please take 10 minutes to share your thoughts and interests HERE. The Westchester County Office of Economic Development wants is working on a new initiative to educate people about how their everyday choices can support business owners, and make our economy more resilient.

Important Voting Deadlines

VOTE 411 has all your election information to: Check your registration status, Find your polling place, See what is on your ballot, Print your ballot selections, Learn about the candidates, View recorded candidate forums

Film Screening: How to Sue the Klan - The Legacy of the Chattanooga Five: June 17

Center for Community Alternatives Free Virtual Event with information on the Clean Slate Act: June 17

Center for Community Alternatives is hosting a free virtual event on June 17 highlighting their work across New York State. This event will give community members a behind the scenes look at some of their most critical statewide work. In addition, they will also be highlighting stories of their efforts to pass The Clean Slate Act and work empowering youth across the state.

League of Women Voters of Westchester Candidate Forums for June Primary

View All Member Events HERE

NPW Members: Have your upcoming event listed on our widely viewed Nonprofit Community Calendar and use it as a scheduling resource; email with event graphic, registration link and brief description.



NewYork-Presbyterian Community Fund

In 2023, NewYork-Presbyterian launched the Community Fund with the goal of empowering local community-based organizations to help combat environmental and external factors that affect the health outcomes of individuals in our shared communities. By providing targeted and scaled funding for programs that tackle social determinants of health, NewYork-Presbyterian is committed to supporting CBOs in bridging health disparities across New York City and Westchester. The Community Fund offers grants ranging from $75,000 to $150,000 annually, extendable for up to two years, with a maximum award of $300,000. The deadline to apply is June 23.

The New York Community Trust - Request for Proposals for Grants to Advance Systems and Policy Change 

Grants will support nonprofits engaged in state-level advocacy around major issues affecting the lives and well-being of people in all eight counties. Apply HERE. Deadline: June 20. Questions about the RFP can be sent to Barbara Taveras, Special Projects Officer.

NYS Community and School Safety and Violence Interruption Grants. Applications are now being accepted for:

For more information, click HERE or contact Jacinta Chen, Hudson Valley Regional Director, Office of U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. 

2024 Mutual of America Foundation Community Partnership Award Competition Now Open

The Mutual of America Foundation Community Partnership Award recognizes outstanding nonprofit organizations in the United States that have shown exemplary leadership by facilitating partnerships with public, private, or social sector leaders. Application deadline is July 1, 2024.


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