Meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service.

Additional Resources

Browse tools for obtaining supplies and resources for public schools and nonprofits.

Browse discussions around nonprofit fiscal policies and procedures.

Public school teachers can post requests for classroom project materials, and individual donors choose to send funds for the projects that interest them. There is no cost to the teachers or schools.

Materials for the Arts collects unneeded items from businesses and individuals, and makes those supplies free to its recipients, including public schools.

Download Excel templates for projecting cash flow and great checklists for budgeting.

PENCIL matches business volunteers with public school principals, and it provides public high school students with paid summer internships at leading businesses throughout New York City.

An app and website that tracks purchases and distributes money to individuals on an as-needed basis through pre-paid debt cards.

Publicolor engages at-risk youth in design-based programs to promote academic success, job readiness, and community service.

The Support Center is dedicated to increasing effectiveness of nonprofit leaders and their organizations through consulting, transition management, and training services. 

Find downloadable Excel templates to build your nonprofit’s budget on a programmatic or functional basis.