There is a saying that “if you are not at the table, you are on the menu."
This is certainly the case for charitable nonprofits when it comes to state policy-making in today’s troubled economic and social environment. NYCON is committed to engaging in public policy efforts that´s sole purpose is to advance, improve, and progress our sector as a whole.
NYCON´s Public Policy benefits include:
On behalf of our members we work to build a relationship with Elected Officials, address legislation affecting the sector, and advocate for sector-wide issues that can only be done through a collective and unified state wide network such as ourselves.
To help fill out the basic picture on 501(c)(3)s in the Capital Region, we’ve pulled some figures from the IRS Exempt Organizations Business Master File Extract (EO BMF).
Several things to keep in mind when viewing the information:
The description of the field headings is available in the associated IRS “information sheet”: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-soi/eo_info.pdf
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