Nonprofits

Senior Budget and Policy Analyst

The Senior Budget and Policy Analyst will lead work in a range of policy areas of importance to the Fiscal Policy Institute. He or she will produce timely, comprehensible, and reliable research. A central part of the job will be leading FPI’s research analyzing state budget proposals in real time every January to April. The right candidate will have strong policy analysis skills, will work well independently and in teams, and will be able to communicate information effectively to diverse … (read more)

Fiscal Policy Institute is Expanding

August 1, 2017.

We’re pleased to announce some staff changes at the Fiscal Policy Institute.

Kendra Moses recently joined FPI as Operations Manager. Kendra comes to us from Greater Adirondack Home Aides, where she was Chief Financial Officer and Consumer Directed Medicaid Program Director.

Melissa Krug was hired as FPI’s new Poverty Policy Analyst. Melissa was a Center for Women and Government fellow at FPI through the budget season working on poverty issues.

David Dyssegaard Kallick has been promoted to … (read more)

Report: “Undervalued and Underpaid: How New York State Shortchanges Nonprofit Human Services Providers and Their Workers”

March, 2017. The substantial growth in New York’s nonprofit human services sector has come in response to a host of social, demographic and economic changes. The State and its local governments have turned to nonprofit organizations to provide these critical services; these are public services that serve many populations, including children and those with low incomes striving to enter the middle class. Millions of New Yorkers are directly served, and all New Yorkers reap the benefits of more stable … (read more)

New York State Economic and Fiscal Outlook FY 2018

February 7, 2017. In its 27th annual New York State budget briefing book, the Fiscal Policy Institute analyzes and comments on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s FY 2018 Executive Budget.

This year’s New York State budget negotiations take shape against a worrisome backdrop. The president and congress are threatening to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, make drastic cuts to programs that help millions of New Yorkers, and create a hostile environment for the states four million immigrants. The state has an … (read more)

Helping the Helpers Will Help Us All: The Economic Situation of New York City’s Health Care and Social Assistance Sector

May 7, 2012. A new report from FPI looks at the importance of jobs in the nonprofit health care and social assistance sector in New York City, and examines how the hardships facing the city’s low-income population – the main constituency served by the nonprofit human services sector – have grown in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008-2009 and the weak recovery over the past three years.

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New York Not-for-Profits Fighting Governor’s Vetoes

July 27, 2010. Governor Paterson’s vetoes eliminated funds for the 2010 fiscal year and previous years – funds that had been promised by legislators to not-for-profits for a variety of critical services and needed programs in local communities throughout the state.

Albany press conference: FPI’s Frank Mauro and Ron Deutsch of New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness were among the speakers. Sponsored by the New York AIDS Coalition, New York State Catholic Conference, New York State Community Action Association, New York … (read more)

NYC nonprofit sector the largest private employer: A vital part of the safety net, source of jobs for minorities

April 7, 2009. In New York City, nonprofits – health and human services and cultural organizations – employ nearly 500,000 workers, just over 15 percent of the total. The nonprofit sector includes hospitals, human service providers and arts organizations. How nonprofits fare in times of economic stress matters to all New Yorkers.

This report, written at the request of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services, shows that the sector is growing, having added more than 50,000 jobs 2000-2007, … (read more)

The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Nonprofits in the Bronx

March 13, 2009. A presentation by James Parrott at Navigating the Fiscal Crisis: A Forum for Non-Profits, sponsored by the Bronx Forum, a partnership of the Bronx Borough President’s Office, Hostos Community College, and Jewish Community Relations Council of NY/CAUSE-NY. Presentation >>(read more)

How Will the Economic Downturn Affect New York City’s Nonprofit Sector?

May 1, 2008. As public funds and private donations come under strain, and uncertainty clouds the horizon, New York’s nonprofits can respond not only by cutting costs, but also by presenting cogent facts about the impact of recession on society. Presented by chief economist James Parrott at 2008 Nonprofit Day: Proactive Responses to the Economic Downturn, for Manhattan, Bronx & Westchester. Sponsored by the Nonprofit Connection and Citi Foundation. Brochure. Presentation for Manhattan, Bronx & Westchester. Additional presentations … (read more)