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The Service Atlas lists over 7,000 nonprofit organizations in New York City which provides direct services - everything from day care centers to museums. And you can search by address, zip code, neighborhood, or other geographic areas.

How will being listed benefit your organization? It increases your visibility and therefore:

helps service users find you
enables other nonprofits to find you
facilitates nonprofit connections and networks
enables potential funders to locate your service and government contractors to identify you as a potential contractee
helps potential employees identify relevant agencies and gives you better choices

To be listed or to request an update of your current listing, please contact:

The New York City Nonprofits Project
212.817.1908
nycnonprofits@gmail.com



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Extended discussions with officials of foundations, umbrella organizations, and municipal agencies that provide support to nonprofits revealed they would prefer to have more current and retrospective financial information about the nonprofits organizations they support. According to these officials, there is virtually no comparative information about the financial health of comparable service providers, matched by size, service, and geographic location.

As a result, the New York City Nonprofits Project has spent a good part of the last year gathering yearly financial information on the 10,500 active New York City nonprofits for the period of 1992 through the current fiscal year. We are preparing a major report which will highlight financial issues including, for example, the sustainability of nonprofits and what they can do to maintain fiscal solvency. The findings are intended to assist the nonprofits themselves with their financial planning and to provide clues to foundation funders and City contracting agencies about the long-term fiscal solvency of the nonprofits they assist. The information will also provide comparisons with other nonprofits matched by service sector, size, and location within the City.

Published Reports
FINANCIAL HEALTH AND DISTRESS AMONG NEW YORK CITY'S NONPROFITS
NONPROFIT SERVICES IN NEW YORK CITY'S NEIGHBORHOODS
An Analysis of Access, Responsiveness and Coverage
THE FINANCIAL SQUEEZE FOR NEW YORK CITY'S NONPROFIT HUMAN SERVICE PROVIDERS
NEW YORK CITY'S NONPROFIT SECTOR
The final report of the New York City Nonprofits Project - the results from our three-year study of the nonprofit sector in NYC, as reported in The New York Times.
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