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Food Bank For New York City: Working to End Hunger since 1983

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It’s always encouraging to hear how food banks, like Food Bank For New York City , provide support and sustenance for the populations they serve – and in the case of New York City, that population is large indeed, with an estimated 1.6 million New Yorkers currently facing food insecurity.

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Design by the User, with Inspiration from New York Fashion Week

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But a recent show during New York Fashion Week (NYFW) focused on inclusion, Introspective Innovations , highlighted what might be the greatest lesson digital designers can take from fashion: to create an effective design solution, listen most closely to those experiencing the design “problem.”.

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New York Nonprofit Employees Get Additional Paid Sick and Safe Leave Rights, Part 1

Blue Avocado

New York State’s Paid Sick/Safe Leave Law (“NYSPSSL”) took effect on September 30, 2020. The post New York Nonprofit Employees Get Additional Paid Sick and Safe Leave Rights, Part 1 appeared first on Blue Avocado.

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New York Nonprofit Employees Get Additional Paid Sick and Safe Leave Rights, Part 2

Blue Avocado

New York State’s Paid Sick/Safe Leave Law (“NYSPSSL”) took effect on September 30, 2020. The post New York Nonprofit Employees Get Additional Paid Sick and Safe Leave Rights, Part 2 appeared first on Blue Avocado.

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How to Start a Nonprofit in New York | 16-Step Guide

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The post How to Start a Nonprofit in New York | 16-Step Guide appeared first on Nonprofit Blog. Starting a nonprofit in NY is a rewarding experience, but working through the legal requirements can be confusing and overwhelming. We want to help you understand your state and federal regulations, what forms you […].

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Customer Experience Lifts Service to the Stratosphere

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These comments from McDonald’s CEO, Chris Kempczinski to New York Times journalist David Gelles describing how the pandemic would change the company’s business resonated with me on a couple of levels. “We

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One very long weekend in New York City for Megan Price

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Guest Beneblog by Megan Price New York City has many attractions – people often visit Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, among many other sights. I go to New York City to spend the weekend staring at my computer screen. Stop and frisk” is the common name used to reference police stopping a pedestrian.