NEW YORK METRO | TRI-STATE LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:27:59-07:00
New York Metro – Tri-State Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Saturday - July 31
The latest local New York City and Tri-State area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Whether you live with #epilepsy or help someone who does, caring for your emotional health is an important part of your overall well being. Learn new techniques on managing your feeling & improving your emotional health.
Our Special Olympics Hartford & Newington teams will meet up at the @farmingtonpolo for an exhibition soccer game that will be featured during the Club's polo event next Saturday, 8/7. For more info about the event & tickets, click here: https://t.co/NJxyYl3a89
Public libraries are essential to New York City's recovery. Donate to the Queens Public Library Foundation today to help us help the greatest city in the world. The deadline to double the impact of your gift to QPL is midnight tonight, July 31! https://t.co/Imbj7M0WOf
Learn about the Grab and Go kits available at your local library! Join us for a #SummerReading craft tutorial and learn the steps for the Decoupage Travel Picture Frame kit. Get crafty and watch live on Monday, August 2 at 11AM!
Keeping track of your #seizures is the best way to keep your health care team updated on what is happening. The more information you have for your provider, the better they can help you manage your seizures.
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams introduced legislation on Thursday that seeks to empower parents-to-be in New York City to know their rights at health care facilities, including the right to deny care or procedures, according to a spokesperson.
Our Beat the Blues Monday concert series is back! Roz Brown and Friends will get you nonstop dancing to a wide variety of jams that have moved us throughout the decades. Watch live on our Facebook page on August 2 at 7PM. https://t.co/bKhdhTGqaZ
Attention kids and families! Thru September 6th the Bruce Museum is offering FREE admission for CT children ages 18 and under plus one accompanying adult for #FREE through the CT #Summer with other participating CTMuseums.
Our latest blog explores the aftermath of the Draft Riots of 1863. We examine the first-hand accounts by Black journalists and community leaders, and trace the many ways the Black community responded to and recorded this horrific violence.
HEY NEW YORK! Did you know that Black women in New York lose $986,800 over their lifetime in wages due to the wage gap? Want to say something about it? Join online 8/3 at 1:30PM! #EqualPayNY https://t.co/JGL1xN9COO