In This Newsletter:

  • NPW Upcoming Events 
    • Event Recaps
  • UnCharitable Film Screening
  • Member and Community Events & Resources
  • Funding



March 14, 8:30 - 10:00 AM, Hudson Grille: NPW Networking Breakfast

March 21, 8:30 - 10:30 AM, WLS: It's Time for Your Nonprofit Check-Up


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




Over 60 members of the NPW community joined us virtually on February 15th for a 2024 NY State Budget Analysis with Citizens Budget Commission. Thank you to Patrick Orecki, Director of State Studies, Citizens Budget Commission, for such a thorough and informative program. Thank you also to Allison Lake, Executive Director, Westchester Children’s Association and Vice President, NPW Board of Directors for facilitating this event.

If you missed the event, you can watch the recording HERE

The Leaders Inspiring Leaders Affinity Group met on February 15th to discuss ways to accomplish strategic planning with limited resources. This NPW Affinity Group is for first-time NPW Members CEOs/EDs in their roles for three years or less. If you know of someone who could benefit from participating in this group, please contact group facilitator Cora Greenberg and learn more HERE



Community Matters screening of UnCharitable: Monday, March 4 at 7:00 PM

  • Panelists: Director Stephen Gyllenhaal and Kathryn O'Neal-Dunham, CEO, Philanthropy New York
  • Moderator: Laura Rossi, WCF Executive Director, Westchester Community Foundation

In a powerful call to action, UnCharitable demands that charities be freed from the traditional sackcloth-and-ashes constraints, so that they can truly change the world. Led by Dan Pallotta, whose record-breaking TED Talk on the subject has inspired leading philanthropists and changemakers, this feature-length documentary directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal exposes the dark side of philanthropy and introduces a radical new way of giving. 

UnCharitable delivers an emotional journey that moves, persuades, and inspires its audience to change the way we think about giving. No topic is more crucial and timely as we confront an increasingly unstable world with the growing revelation that we are all interconnected and that our fate lies in how much we are willing to invest in positive change. 



Westchester County Human Rights Commission Discussion on the difference between hate crimes, hate incidents and discrimination: February 20th - TOMORROW

Cardiovascular Health Disparities in the Black Community: Feb. 28

Heart disease is the #1 killer of all adults in this country - and the risk for getting this disease is even higher for African Americans. According to the American Heart Association, historical and systemic factors like the lack of access to quality health care and healthy foods have been shown to play a role. Join experts for an in-depth discussion on ways to address social determinants of health that are negatively affecting African Americans. Register HERE. Flyer in Spanish, English.

Co-Occurring Disorders - A Community Roundtable: March 7

United Way of Westchester and Putnam 2024 Nonprofit Leadership Summit: April 9

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ArtsWestchester Grant Applications

ArtsWestchester Seeks Grant Applications for More Than $500K in Funds. ArtsWestchester announced that the application portal for the 2024 Arts Alive grant program is open for funding requests from nonprofit groups and individual artists in Westchester and Rockland counties for arts projects. This grant program is made possible through a New York State Senate Arts Initiative. Applications to ArtsWestchester to support cultural activities are being accepted now through March 14, 2024.

$150 Million New York Forward Loan Fund 2 

The $150 million New York Forward Loan Fund 2 program will provide flexible loans to NYS small businesses and nonprofits. Qualified recipients can apply for loans up to $150,000 with affordable, fixed-rate interest rates. Pre apply HERE. Press Release.


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