NEW YORK METRO | TRI-STATE LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2020-06-16T18:49:24-07:00
New York Metro – Tri-State Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - October 27
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!
All @QPLNYC locations providing to-go service will be closed on #ElectionDay Tuesday, November 3. Although the Library will be closed, several of our branches will still serve as polling sites that day. Learn More on our Blog. https://t.co/5wLU6PMmx4
The impact of the #COVID19 crisis on the mental health of First Responders & Medical Professionals in our region has been profound. Our new support group was designed to help them deal with the trauma & emotional stress of their jobs.
First there was the drum! Travel the world, bridge cultures, and learn about the universal language of music with master percussionist @rohindrums and his global collection of instruments! Watch live on our Facebook page on Wednesday, October 28 at 7PM. https://t.co/jlF18aZMdl
2020 is a year of activism. Tune in to this Privacy Week webinar on Wednesday, October 28 at 2PM to learn about spotting fake information online as well as tools to protect your privacy while participating in community gatherings and protests. https://t.co/ByvFHVLlCJ
How can someone with #epilepsy reduce risk of #SUDEP? Start with these 4 steps: 1) take meds 2) sleep 3) limit alcohol 4) and strive to #AimForZero seizures.
Join us! https://t.co/uXT0nzjNl9
Registration is FREE!
Paying bond alone will never solve the deeply structural injustices created by The Crimmigration Machine.
Restoring families & communities means providing people with essential services and the resources they need to be healthy, safe, and free. #AbolishICE #FreeThemAll
.@Mr_Matt_TDM's Music, Bubble, and Comedy Show returns to the QPL Facebook page! Don't miss this wonderful virtual concert on Wednesday, October 28 at 4PM! https://t.co/jlF18bhnBV
This is it, folks: 1 week until #ElectionDay. While in-person #voting will take place on 11/3 for Election Day itself, you can actually take part in #EarlyVoting in #NewYork until 11/1! Visit https://t.co/sbqEdbOHwG for resources and information about your rights as a #voter.
Our program exploring history of #FakeNews through a peculiar chapter of the Lincoln Presidency is live now! Join us on Zoom: https://t.co/U7Z7MwwBSc
Not on Zoom? Join the companion livestream at https://t.co/IlF0FF6HNG
After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.
Winter finches are here and so is the Daily Bird again. Re-starting today with Pine Siskin, with photos and video from Milford Point this week https://t.co/E7cTEZ0q8D
This weekend the theatre community lost an incredible artist, educator, and innovator. For 50+ years, Ming Cho Lee designed sets for hundreds of renowned productions.
McCarter was honored to work with him on The Glass Menagerie (1991) and A Christmas Carol (2000), pictured here.
Join the #SeizureFirstAid Challenge this Epilepsy Awareness Month & get certified in seizure 1st aid. Having the confidence & knowledge to help someone during a seizure can save a life! Register for a free class at https://t.co/GpILPsUsa5
We’re a Foundation for the advancement, wellbeing & economic security of women. The confirmation of #AmyConeyBarrett is a clear denial of our values and her record demonstrates an inability to stand for equality + civil rights.