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East Harlem »

School Choir Uses Music to Connect to Local Seniors

Central Park East Elementary School's choir showed off its talents at a local senior center.

Bed-Stuy »

Board Quits Brooklyn Nonprofit After Parents Protest Founder's Firing

The founder was reinstated after the board of Bed-Stuy's Children of Promise quit.

Bed-Stuy »

Parents Fear Program Shutdown After Firing of Brooklyn Nonprofit's Founder

Children of Promise, catering to kids of incarcerated parents, is undergoing a change in leadership.

Queens Village »

Family of 19-Year-Old Killed Over Headphones Launches Anti-Violence Effort

Relatives of Carl Richardson established a foundation in his name to help curb violence after his death.

Laurelton »

Head of Queens Nonprofit Accused of Stealing $88K in Funds, AG Says

The nonprofit, run by Van Holmes, had ties to ex-state Sen. Shirley Huntley.

Livingston »

Non-Profit Work on Staten Island to be Discussed at Snug Harbor Conference

The conference will feature a keynote speech by Seth Pinksy of the city's Economic Development Corp.

Upper East Side »

Purrfect: Upper East Side Nonprofit Helps Seniors Care for Beloved Pets

Search and Care pairs volunteers with elderly pet owners who need help tending to their animals.

Cobble Hill »

Brooklyn Ice Cream Shop Helps War-Torn Rwandan Women Come Together

A new documentary looks at a Brooklyn ice cream shop that promoted peace in Rwanda.

Greenpoint »

Group Pushing for Brooklyn's First Science-Art Museum

The non-profit Town Square is rallying the community to create a local museum.

New York City »

Former Pro-Choice Group Chief Stole $250K from Donors, State AG Says

Former NARAL Pro-Choice New York chief Kelli Conlin allegedly stole $250,000 to fund a lavish lifestyle.

Bushwick »

Ende Tymes Experimental Music Fest Brings the Noise to Bushwick

Noise, experimental music and films are blasting through venues in Bushwick and Ridgewood next week.

Harlem »

Dissolve Columbia Cash Group After Unauthorized Money Move, Stringer Says

West Harlem Local Development Corporation denies the claim about one of its board members.

Manhattan »

Harlem Still Waiting for $76 Million From Columbia University Due to Non-Profit Bungling

The West Harlem Local Development Corp., charged with managing the funds, has been mired in mismanagement.