In This Newsletter:

  • Advocate with NPW: Fall Government Relations Series

  • Clothing Inside - Addressing American Prisons

  • More Affordable Child Care

  • Nonprofit Compensation Survey

  • The Giving Guide

  • NPW Upcoming Events

  • Member Events

  • Funding



Join NPW learn what to expect in this year’s county budget and advocate for sector-wide and individual needs. 
The cost of this event covers food and administrative fees. We do not make a profit on these events. If the cost is prohibitive, please contact Jan Fisher at

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Clothing Inside: Addressing American Prisons


Clothing Inside: Addressing American Prisons will be available to view September 1st - October 1st, 2022 at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Gallery within Parsons, the New School. The exhibit, co-developed by NPW member Jonathan Alvarez of 914 United, centralizes the human experience behind bars by expressing the material conditions of incarceration. It serves as a critique to the ways that fashion functions as an oppressive force within carceral landscapes, while also highlighting fashion's unique and ongoing impressive engagement with work that opposes carceral regimes. Read more.

More Affordable Child Care

Westchester Works Child Care Scholarship - You may be eligible for help to make quality child care more affordable, if you earn up to: $73,240 for a family of 2, $92,120 for a family of 3, $111,000 for a family of 4. 


Complete the first Westchester Only Nonprofit Compensation Survey and Receive the Report for FREE – a $350 Value. Note: You can save your work and don't need to finish the survey all at once! 


988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline


#988 is now designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (now known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline), and is now active across the United States. When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary during mental health, substance use, and suicidal crisis.



We are excited to share a unique opportunity that will highlight the important work of Westchester’s nonprofit community. Giving Guide: Regional Philanthropic Opportunities will be included as a special supplement in 914INC.’s. Nov./Dec. issue. More Information



  • November 30: Keep Westchester Thriving Awards - SAVE THE DATE

Do you know an NPW Member Organization and/or Professional who has made a Changemaking difference? Nominate them today for the Keep Westchester Thriving Awards. Nomination form & more info HERE.

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The new Healthcare Talent Pipeline Program (HTPP) funded by Westchester County will train individuals to become a Clinical Medical Assistant or Medical Administrative Assistant. Successful candidates will earn a NYS approved training credential, receive job readiness training and be connected to leading healthcare partners in Westchester County. Join an industry with great career advancement opportunities. Support services and stipends available to those who qualify.

More Information and session dates: SWBOCES, WCC

Diverse Abilities Job Fair: September 15

Job candidates can start registering right away.  Candidates can click the link on the flier above which will bring them to a registration form or use the QR code to open the form. A follow up form will be sent to schedule appointments with businesses so please secure a spot now! Download the PDF of the flyer HERE.

Neighbors Link - Free Citizenship Classes: August 9 - September 8

2022 Nonprofit FundCon: September 22

2022 Westchester Nonprofit OpCon: November 9

See All Member Events Here



Arts Westchester has two new funding opportunities: Arts Alive and Voices for Change

Applications for the next Arts Alive grant cycle will open on Monday, August 15, 2022. This opportunity supports artists and cultural groups throughout Westchester and Rockland counties. Deadline for applications is Tuesday, October 18, 2022. The three Arts Alive categories are: COMMUNITY PROJECTS, INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS.

The Voices for Change grant opportunity seeks to support artists in creating new work through authentic community engagement that can lead to impact/change. Applicants will submit projects that include a collaborative component with a cultural, service, or community-based organization. Deadline for applications is Thursday, October 20, 2022.

Field Hall Foundation is now accepting Letters of Inquiry for its Winter 2022-23 grant cycle. The deadline for submitting an LOI is October 3rd, with grant decisions announced at the end of January 2023.

Grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000+* will be awarded to pilot, expand and/or support programs and projects that directly impact the lives of low-income and vulnerable OLDER ADULTS and their CAREGIVERS in Dutchess, Putnam & Westchester counties.

Contact Patti Lavan Horvath, Program Officer, if you would like to discuss a possible proposal. 

Education Debt Consumer Assistance Program (EDCAP) RFP for New York State Non-Profit Organizations

The Education Debt Consumer Assistance Program (EDCAP), a program of the Community Service Society of New York (CSS), invites non-profit community-based organizations across New York State to participate in this Request for Proposals (RFP). EDCAP seeks to establish a statewide network of non-profits that can help individuals burdened by student loan debt in their respective communities. EDCAP anticipates awarding up to 20 contracts to organizations to provide direct consumer assistance to individuals with higher education debt, which includes federal and private student loans. 

The Westchester County Youth Bureau invites eligible not-for-profit organizations (certified as tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and in good standing with the NYS Charities Bureau) and local Youth Bureaus to respond to the 2023 – 2025 Invest in Kids Program (“IIK”) and NYS Office of Children and Family Services Youth Development Programs Request for Proposals. Interested parties may obtain the complete Request for Proposals (“RFP”) from the Westchester County website for RFPs at link:


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