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ANNUAL REPORT

October 1, 2008 September 30, 2009

Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York 1350 Broadway, Suite 1801 New York, NY 10018-0897 (212) 502-4191 www.npccny.org

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BACKGROUND

The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) serves as an umbrella membership and service organization for nearly 1,800 nonprofits in New York City, Long Island and Westchester, including the full range of charitable organizations defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. NPCC is the leading information source and voice of nonprofits in the New York City area on sector-wide issues, as well as a provider of support services and cost-saving programs for our members. NPCC serves nonprofit organizations in three basic ways: We inform and guide nonprofit leaders through our monthly newsletter, New York Nonprofits, more than 55 free workshops a year, a highly used website (www.npccny.org) including special sections for members only, timely responses to email and telephone inquiries, and topical publications on key nonprofit management and governance issues; We strengthen all nonprofits by working to assure positive relations with government through a highly effective Government Relations Committee, as well as by promoting good governance, accountability and effectiveness by nonprofits themselves and bringing nonprofit leaders together around common concerns; We save nonprofit members money through group buying programs for organizational basics such as directors' and officers' liability insurance, office supplies, nonprofit publications, a retirement plan, payroll services, IT support and other administrative needs.

NPCC's Membership of Nonprofit & Grantmaking Organizations as of September 30, 2009

For a current list, visit: www.npccny.org/memberlist.htm

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100 Women in Hedge Funds Foundation · 1040 Kids, Inc. · 18 Mai Committee · 47th Street Business Improvement District · 69th St Fifth-Madison Association · 82nd Street Business Improvement District · 9/11 Fund of NY Center for Financial Studies in Memory of Neil Levin · 9/11 Police Aid Foundation ·

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A Better Balance · A Better Chance, Inc. · A Better World Fund · A Gathering of the Tribes · A Public Space · A.R.E of New York (Association for Research and Enlightenment) · AAESEP Foundation · Aaron Davis Hall, Inc./Harlem Stage · Abbott House · ABEFAJ, Inc. · Abraham House · Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives · Abyssinian Development Corporation · Academy for Cultural Enrichment/ Merkaz Bnos · Academy for Jewish Religion · Accelerated Childhood Education · Accreditation Council for Psychoanalytic Education · Ace Mentor Program of Greater New York · ACMP Associated Chamber Music Players · Action Without Borders/Idealist.org · Actors Fund of America · Adaptive Design Association · Adhikaar for Human Rights and Social Justice · Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation · Adventure Center: Journeys of Wonder · Advocates for Children of New York · Aesthetic Realism Foundation · African Cultural Center, Inc. · African Leadership Foundation · African Medical & Research Foundation · African Refuge, Inc. · African Services Committee · African-American/Caribbean Education Association · Afro Brazil Arts · Aging in New York Fund · AIDS Treatment Activist Coalition · AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition · AJL Music (Add Joy to Learning) · Alaria Chamber Ensemble · Albert Ellis Institute · Alcoholism Council of New York · Alexandre Foundation · Alice Austen House Museum · Alley Pond Environmental Center · Alliance for Downtown New York · Alliance for Lupus Research · Alliance for the Arts · Alliance for Women's Equality · Alliance for Young Artists and Writers · Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (ART/New York) · Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Eta Omega Omega Chapter · Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company · Also Known As, Inc. · Alternatives to Marriage Project · Altman Foundation · Altschul Foundation · Amateur Astronomers Association · Amazing Grace CIRCUS! Inc. · Amber Charter School · Ambient Light Films · Amend.org · American Academy In Berlin · American Academy in Rome · American Academy of Dramatic Arts · American Artists Professional League · American Association for Public Opinion Research - NYC Chapter · American Australian Association, Inc. · American Ballroom Theater Company · American Bible Society · American Center for the Alexander Technique, Inc. · American Chai Trust · American Civil Liberties Union · American Concours Foundation · American Farm School · American Federation for Aging Research · American Foundation for the Courtauld Institute of Art · American Friends of ALYN Hospital · American Friends of SwissContact · American Friends of the Attingham Summer School · American Friends of the Georgian Group · American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra · American Friends of the Yitzhak Rabin Center for the Study of Israel · American Friends of Uppsala University · American Hungarian Library and Historical Society · American Indian Artists (Amerinda) · American Lyric Theater Center · American Management Association International · American Mental Health Foundation · American Montessori Society · American National Theatre · American Psychoanalytic Association · American Skin Association · American Society for Muslim Advancement · American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR) · American Society for the Alexander Technique · American Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel · American Society for Training & Development New York Metropolitan Chapter · American Society of Botanical Artists · American Trust for The British Library · American Watercolor Society · Americans for Domestic and

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Fiscal Year 2009 (October 1, 2008--September 30, 2009)

A sharp downturn in the nation's and region's economy beginning in 2008 created new challenges, particularly for nonprofits whose own resources were shrinking in the face of rising demands for their services. NPCC's own challenges included sustaining membership growth, sustaining core programs, developing new initiatives to help members and other nonprofits meet growing challenges, and responding to growing demand for information and guidance. NPCC continued to implement key initiatives in the past year within its five-year Strategic Plan for 2006-2010 (www.npccny.org/ info/StratPlan.htm), while developing new ones to address the downturn in the economy. During 2008-2009, we conducted the third annual New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence

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Global Peace · Americans for Peace Now (APN) · Americans for UNFPA · American-Scandinavian Foundation · Amethyst Women's Project, Inc. · AMIT, Inc. · Amnesty International USA · Amuse, Inc. · An Apple A Day · Ananda & Johnny Program · Andrew Glover Youth Program · Andrew Sabin Family Foundation · Andrew W. Mellon Foundation · Angelwish · Animal Rights International · Anna and Philip Kimmel Foundation · Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater · Annie Tinker Association for Women · Anti-Defamation League (ADL) · Apex Network Center, Inc. · Apollo Theater Foundation · Aquarian Age Community · Aquarian Center for Initiation · Arch Angels, Inc. · Archipelago Books · Architectural League of New York · Arcus Foundation · Ariva · Art for Change · Art In Context Center For Communications · Art Resources Transfer · Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue · ArteEast · Arthur M. Sackler Foundation · Artichoke Dance Company · Artists on Wheels · Arts & Business Council of New York · Arts Angels · Arts Connection · Arts for All, Inc. · Art's House Schools, Inc. · Arts in Action V.A.P. · Arts-In-Context Education Foundation · ARTstor · ArtWorks for Youth · Art-Z Group Ltd. · Asia Catalyst · Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV and AIDS (APICHA) · Asian American Arts Alliance · Asian American Federation of New York (AAFNY) · Asian Americans for Equality · Asian Programs Foundation · Asociacion de Provincias Dominicanas · Associated Camps · Associated Medical Schools of New York · Associated Solo Artists · Association Belairien · Association for a Better New York (ABNY) · Association for Conflict Resolution Greater New York Chapter · Association for Jewish Studies, Inc. · Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development · Association for Resource Conservation · Association for Union Democracy · Association Nouvelle St. Michel (ANSM) · Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools (AARTS) · Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) Foundation · Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) - Greater NY Chapter · Association of Jewish Libraries · Association of Junior Leagues International · Association of Records Managers & Administrators Metro Chapter (ARMA) · Association of the Bar of the City of New York Fund · Astraea Foundation · A-T Ease Foundation · At Home on the Sound, Inc. · ATA Watch (AIDS Transparency & Accountability Watch) · Atlantic Legal Foundation · Atlantic Philanthropies · Audre Lorde Project · Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation · Autism Science Foundation · Auxiliary to Bellevue Hospital · Avant Media Performance · AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps · Avon Foundation · AYA, Inc. ·

NPCC 501(c)(3) Members by Primary Focus

Religion Unclassified 3% 4% Philanthropy 6%

Health Care 9%

Social Service 44%

Education 16%

The Arts 18%

NPCC 501(c)(3) Members by Budget Size

$5 million $10 million 6% > $10 million 6%

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Baby Buggy · BAFTA British Academy of Film and Television Arts East Coast · Bailey House, Inc. · Bailey's Cafe · Ballet Tech Foundation · Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. · Baltic Street Advocacy Employment and Housing (AEH) · Bank Street Law Office · Barnett & Annalee Newman Foundation · Barnett Newman Foundation · Baruch College School of Public Affairs · Battered Women's Resource Center · Battery Conservancy · Bechirot, Inc. · Beczak Environmental Education Center · Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation · Bed-Stuy's Project Re -Generation · Beginning Anew Community Development Corporation · Behind the Book · Beit Rabban Day School · Beit Shalom · Beldon Fund · Bellevue Day Care Center · Bent on Learning · Bernard F. & Alva B. Gimbel Foundation · Bernhill Fund · Best of Brooklyn, Inc. · Bet Am Shalom Synagogue · Better Business Bureau Education and Research Foundation · Bettie B. Wilson Learning Center, Inc · Bibliographical Society of America · Big Apple Greeter Program · Big Apple Performing Arts · Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City · Bike New York · Bikkurim: An Incubator for New Jewish Ideas · Bilingual Education for Central American (BECA) · Black Culinarian Alliance (BCA) · Black Public Relations Society New York · Black Spectrum Theatre Company, Inc. · Black Veterans for Social Justice · Black Women Enterprises · Blessings For Brazil, Inc. · Bloomingdale Family Program, Inc. · Blue Ocean Institute · BoardAssist · BOLD Initiative · Boomerang Yoga Events Foundation Inc. · Booth Ferris Foundation · Border Crossers · Bottomless Closet · Bowery Arts and Science, Ltd. · Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester · Brave New World Repertory Theatre, Inc. · Brazil Foundation · Breakthrough: Building Human Rights Culture · Breast Cancer Research Foundation · Brendan Dolan Memorial Foundation · BRIC Arts Media Bklyn, Inc. · Bridge Fund of New

$1 million - $5 million 18%

< $125,000 35%

$500,000 - $1 million 11% $125,000 - $500,000 24%

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Awards, continued a growing volume of nonprofit-government relations work, worked hard to maintain NPCC's membership growth, increased benefits for members and developed new program initiatives. Progress on goals and strategies during NPCC's Fiscal Year 2009 are summarized below according to the main goals and strategies.

Expanding Information and Guidance

NPCC's work to keep New York nonprofits informed and to help them connect with valuable resources is rated by our members as our most valued service, which relates to our high level of membership retention. This work continued to be a major and expanding focus for NPCC's modest complement of 6 full-time staff and 2 consultants. Our accomplishments included: Conducting the third annual New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards: The Awards are a collaborative venture of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC), The New York Times Community Affairs Department and Philanthropy New York (formerly NYRAG). The program's focus is educational: (1) to encourage excellent management and governance practices by nonprofits themselves, with tracking of resulting management improvements by participating nonprofits in key areas outlined in the Seven Areas of Nonprofit Excellence document (www. npccny.org/ info/7AreasofNonprofitExcellence(2010).pdf); and, (2) to raise the sector's and the general public's awareness of excellent management in the nonprofit sector. Additional financial and in-kind support in the past year was provided by Social Enterprise Programs in Executive Education at Columbia Business School, the Surdna Foundation, McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, the Fund for the City of New York, The New York Community Trust, the Altman Foundation, The Clark Foundation, The Venable Foundation, the Brooklyn Community Foundation, Wachovia Bank and the Hagedorn Foundation. Social Enterprise Programs in Executive Education at Columbia Business School doubled its in-kind support in 2009 through a matching grant from The Clark Foundation, enabling each finalist organization to receive a scholarship for key staff. In the fall of 2008, we conducted five Application Clinics for the New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards, including two in Long Island and one in Westchester, attended by more than 217 nonprofit managers representing 196 organizations. We received 86 qualified Part One applications, a modest increase from the previous year. Applications were re3

York, Inc. · Bridge Street Development Corporation · Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center · Broadway Community, Inc. · Broadway Housing Communities · Broadway Mall Association · Bronx AIDS Services · Bronx and Manhattan Land Trust · Bronx Arts Ensemble · Bronx Charter School for Better Learning · Bronx Children's Museum · Bronx Council on the Arts · Bronx Health Link · Bronx Independent Living Services, Inc. · Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation · Bronx River Alliance · BronxWorks · Bronxville Adult School Inc. · Bronxville Montessori School · Brooklyn Arts Council · Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX) · Brooklyn Ballet · Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy · Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service · Brooklyn Center for Independence of the Disabled · Brooklyn Community Chaplaincy Academy · Brooklyn Computer Assistance Project Inc. · Brooklyn Congregations United · Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) · Brooklyn for Peace · Brooklyn Greenway Initiative · Brooklyn Heights Association · Brooklyn Historical Society · Brooklyn Kindergarten Society · Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A · Brooklyn Music School · Brooklyn Nonviolent Communication · Brooklyn Parkinson Group · Brooklyn Queens Conservatory of Music · Brooklyn Queens Long Island Area Health Education Center · Brooklyn Rail, Inc. · Brooklyn Volunteer Lawyers Project · Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy · Bryant Park Corporation · Bushwick Housing Independence Project (BHIP) · Business Council of New York State · Business Leaders of Tomorrow Leadership Empowerment Center · Buyers and Renters United to Save Harlem ·

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Cable Positive · Caffeine Awareness Association · CAMBA · Cambridge In America · Cancer Care · Cancer101, Inc. · Canterbury Choral Society · Capoeira Brasil NYC · Care for the Homeless · Careers for People with Disabilities, Inc. · Caribbean People International Collective, Inc. (CPIC) · Caring Community · Caring for the Homeless of Peekskill, Inc. · Carl Schurz Park Association · Carnegie Corporation of New York · Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs · Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies · Casa Ali, Inc. · Casa Atabex Aché · Casita Maria, Inc. · Catalog for Giving of New York City · Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York · Catholic Charities Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens · Cause Effective-Nonprofit Resource Development Center · Cave Canem Foundation, Inc. · CDS International, Inc. · CEC ArtsLink · Center Against Domestic Violence · Center for Aging in Place Support · Center for Alternative Sentencing And Employment Services (CASES) · Center for Anti-Violence Education · Center for Community Development for New Americans · Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) · Center for Educational Innovation-Public Education Association · Center for Educational Pathways · Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) · Center for Family Representation (CFR) · Center for Family Support · Center for Group Studies · Center for Human Development and Family Services, Inc. (CHDFS) · Center for Justice & Democracy · Center for Law and Human Values · Center for Learning Differences, Inc. · Center for New York City Neighborhoods, Inc. · Center for State Enforcement of Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law · Center for the Study of Social Administration · Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD) · Center for UN Reform Education · Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS) · Central Astoria Local Development Coalition · Central Jewish Council · Centre Pompidou Foundation · Centro Cultural Hispano de Oyster Bay · Cents Ability, Inc. · Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State · Cest Ma Vie Homes DBA Help for Women in Need · Chabad.org (Chabad Lubavitch) · CHADD of New York City · Chamber Dance Project, Dancers & Musicians · Chamber Music America · Change 1 Child · Change for Change · CHANGER, Inc. · Character Studies Productions · Charles A. Dana Foundation · Charles Edward Cook Center for Human Services · Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation · Charles H. Revson Foundation · Charles M. Cappellino Foundation · Charlotte A. Lewis Foundation, Inc. · ChaRosa Foundation Corporation · Chelsea Day School · Chemo Comfort · Chess-in-the-Schools · Chhaya Community Development Corp. · Chickpeas Child Care Center, Inc. · Child Abuse Prevention Program · Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) · Child Care Council of Suffolk · Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc. · Child Care, Inc. (CCI) · Child of the Street Assist, Inc. · Child Welfare Organizing Project · Childbirth Con-

nection · Children First Foundation · Children For Children Foundation · Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) · Children of Bellevue · Children of Promise, NYC · Children's Aid Society · Childrens Art Carnival · Children's Brain Tumor Foundation · Children's Cancer Fund · Children's Choice Family Services · Children's Environmental Literacy Foundation · Children's Radio Foundation · Children's Rights · Children's Tumor Foundation · Chinese Development Council · Chosen Vessels Prison Ministry · Christ Fellowship Pentecostal Church, Inc. · Christians for Fair Witness on the Middle East · Christine Institute of Vocational Training · Christodora · Church Alive Community Church · Church Club of New York · Cicatelli Associates Inc. · Circuit Productions · Citizens Budget Commission · Citizens Committee for New York City · Citizen's Crime Commission of New York City · Citizens Housing and Planning Council of New York (CHPC) · Citizens Union Foundation · City Access New York, Inc. · City At Peace - National · City Critters · City Harvest · City Parks Foundation · Cityarts, Inc. · City-Wide Task Force on Housing Court · Civic Association Serving Harlems, Inc. (CASH) · Civic Builders · Civitas Citizens · Claire Heureuse Community Center, Inc. · Clara Cantrell Clemmons Assistance Center · Clark Foundation · Class Size Matters · Classical Association of the Atlantic States · Classical Theatre of Harlem, Inc. · Clayworks On Columbia, Inc. · Clean Air Campaign, Inc. · Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education · Coalition Against Trafficking in Women · Coalition for Asian American Children And Families (CACF) · Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies · Coalition of Institutionalized Aged and Disabled · Coaliton Against Child Abuse & Neglect · Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium · College and Community Fellowship · College Art Association · College Media Scholars Foundation · Collegiate Chorale · Collegiate Church Corporation · Colon Cancer Challenge Foundation · Columba Kavanagh House · Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York · Columbus Avenue Business Improvement District · Commission on the Public's Health System · Committee for Hispanic Children and Families (CHCF) · Common Cents New York · Commonwealth Fund · Communications Coordination Committee for the United Nations · Communities for Learning · Community Access · Community Association for Jewish At-Risk Cemeteries · Community Center of Northern Westchester · Community Environmental Center · Community Food Pantry at St. Mary's Mohegan Lake · Community Fund for Manhattan · Community Health Action of Staten Island · Community Health Care Association of New York (CHCANYS) · Community Journal Legal Defense and Education Fund · Community Land Trust of Southold, Inc. · Community League of the Heights · Community Mediation Services · Community Resource Exchange (CRE) · Community-Word Project Inc. · Companion Star · Comprehensive Development · Computers for Youth · Comunilife, Inc. · Concerned Citizens of Montauk · Concord Home Services for the Elderly · Concrete Safaris · Coney Island Generation Gap Reunion Committee Corporation · Congregation Beth Simchat Torah · Congregation Shaare Zion · Connect, Inc. · Connecting to Advantages, Fourth Arts Block · Conservancy for Tibetan Art and Culture · Constitutional Education Foundation · Contemporary Guidance Services (CGS) · Conway & Pratt Projects · Cool Culture · Cooperation Ireland · Coordinating Committee to Aid Ukraine, Inc. · Copasetic Women Over 50, Inc. · Cordell Hull Foundation for International Education · Cornucopia Society · Coro New York Leadership Center · Corporation for Supportive Housing · Correctional Association of New York · Correctional Educational Consortium · Council of Community Services Port Chester/Rye Brook/ Rye Town · Council of Family & Child Caring Agencies · Council of Fashion Designers of America Foundation, Inc. (CFDA) · Council of Jewish Emigre Community Organizations · Council of Literary Magazines and Presses · Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City (CSCS) · Council on Foreign Relations · Council on the Environment of New York City · Counseling Center · Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence · Covenant Keepers Ministries · Create, Inc. · Creative Alternatives of New York (CANY) · Creative Arts Team, Inc. · Creative Arts Workshop for Kids · Creative Center: Arts in Healthcare · Creative Development Services · Creative Time · Credit Where Credit Is Due, Inc. · Creston Avenue Baptist Church · CrossCultural Solutions · Crossroads Connection, Inc. · Crossroads Counseling Center, Inc. · Croton Housing Network · Cuban

viewed by a 26-member expert Selection Committee, with deep and broad knowledge of the seven targeted areas of nonprofit management. Applicants, upon request, received telephone feedback about the strengths and weaknesses of their applications, based on detailed comments on their applications by Selection Committee members. The review of Part One applications yielded 10 semifinalists. Subsequent review of Part Two applications resulted in 6 finalists, all of which participated in a final round of site visits. All finalists participated in a Best Practices Workshop and Awards ceremony on June 18, 2009, at TheTimesCenter, drawing a record 353 nonprofit managers, board members and others. The Workshop consisted of presentations by each of six finalist teams ­ comprised of an executive director and a board member from each finalist organization ­ responding to questions from moderator Jack Rosenthal, Pulitzer Prize winner and (then) President of The New York Times Company Foundation. Finalists spoke to the specific management strengths, strategies and practices that had led to their selection as finalists. There was special emphasis on managing during the financial crisis and extra time allotted to audience questions and answers. Presentations at the Awards ceremony and answers from the finalists during site visits clearly revealed deep involvement by each organization's key stakeholders. Numerous participating organizations emphasized the benefits of applying as a team; for many, this was the first time they had ever undertaken such an intense review of their management practices. A total of $40,000 was awarded, with $25,000 going to the grand prize winner for Overall Management Excellence and three other award winners each receiving a $5,000 cash prize. The four winners were featured in a full-page ad in the Times and other media, including the New York Nonprofit Press. Winners were: New York Cares, which meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service (www.nycares.org), for Overall Management Excellence; Groundwork, Inc., which helps empower youth and strengthens communities by educating and supporting children and families in and around public housing (www.groundworkinc.org), for Excellent Management; Vera Institute of Justice, which uses research, practice and innovation to help improve justice and safety across the United States and around the world (www.vera.org), for Excellent Management; and,

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Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP), which promotes community economic justice and elimination of discriminatory economic practices that harm communities and perpetuate inequality and poverty (www.nedap.org), for Excellent Communications. More organizations applied than in previous years, and more reported management improvements due to participating in the application process. There was record attendance at the Best Practices Workshop and Awards Ceremony, as well as more media mentions following the event, and the program received increased financial support. In its first three years, the Awards program has received a total of 303 applications from nonprofit organizations representing a broad cross-section of the sector in the New York City area. There is strong evidence of positive impact by the program on participating applicant organizations: per follow-up evaluations, a total of 103 nonprofits have already made organizational improvements as a result of involvement in the 2009 New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards process, including attendance at application clinics, the Best Practices Workshop and Awards Ceremony and/or completion of the Awards application. Examples include: (1) Participating organizations encouraged junior staff to interact with senior management to better understand their organizations' bigger picture; (2) Completed applications were used to orient new staff and Board members; (3) Selection Committee feedback led to such best practice management changes as instituting conflict of interest policies, better financial reporting, and clarifying mission statements; (4) Winners reported increased funding and publicity. We also conducted a special Pathways to Excellence conference in November, 2008, featuring addresses by Naomi Levine, Chair and Executive Director of NYU's George H. Heyman, Jr., Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising, and Dr. Reynold Levy, President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and author of Yours for the Asking. The conference included four hands-on workshops with winners of 2007 and 2008 Nonprofit Excellence Awards on outcomes tracking, financial management, communications and fundraising. The conference was attended by more than 350 nonprofit leaders, grantmakers and others, and was supported in part by the Ford Foundation's Good Neighbor program. Expanding information and advice to nonprofits: NPCC staff provided an increased volume of guidance and referrals in terms of time devoted to information, telephone calls, emails

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Artists Fund · Cue Art Foundation · Cultivating Our Sisterhood International Association (COSIA) · Cypress Hills Local Development Corp ·

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DAAD Alumni Association · Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation · Daphne Foundation · Dari Project · Daughters of Isis Foundation, Inc. · Davidson Community Center · Day Care Council of New York · Day One · DEMOS: A Network for Ideas and Action · Denniston Thomas Foundation · Design and Development Resources for Education and the Arts · Design Trust for Public Space · Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation · Dessoff Choirs · Dharma Road Productions dba Center for Remembering & Sharing · Diaspora Community Services · Dieu Donné Papermill · Digestive Disease Research Foundation · DIHR Inc. (Dignity Independence Human Rights) · Disabilities Network of New York City · Disabled and Alone/Life Services for the Handicapped · Disaster Psychiatry Outreach · District 4 NYS Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association · Diversity Foundation · Do Something · DOCOMOMO US New York/Tri-State · Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres · Doe Fund, Inc. · Dog Habitat, Inc. · Doing Art Together · Domestic Workers United · Dominican Medical Association of New York · Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, Inc. · DonorsChoose · Doris Duke Charitable Foundation · DOROT, Inc. · Dos Pueblos: NY-Tipitapa Sister City Project · Dovi's Playhouse for Children with Special Needs · Downtown Music Productions · Downtown Staten Island Council · Dress for Success Worldwide · Drisha Institute for Jewish Education · Drugs for Neglected Diseases, North America · Dwa Fanm · Dysautonomia Foundation ·

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E Joy Community Resource Center Incorporated · Early Stages Program, Inc. · Early Steps · EarSay, Inc. · Earth Rising Foundation · Earth Society Foundation · East 86th Street Merchants/ Residents Association · East Brooklyn District Management Association · East Coast Assistance Dogs · East Coast Greenway Alliance · East End Arts Council · East End Classic Boat Society · East Harlem Block Nursery · East Harlem Employment Service/ STRIVE · East Lake Association of Montauk, Inc. · East Midtown Association · East New York Council for the Aging, Inc. · East New York United Concerned Citizens, Inc. · East Sixties Neighborhood Association/ESNA · East Williamsburg Valley Industrial Development Corporation (EWVIDCO) · East Williston Roslyn Community Coalition for Drug Free Youth · Eastern Queens Alliance · East-West Management Institute (EWI) · Ecumenical Community Development Organization (ECDO) · Edna St. Vincent Millay Society · Education and Literacy Fund for Africa · Education Through Music · Educational Broadcasting Corporation (Thirteen/WNET) · Edward W Hazen Foundation · Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families · El Centro Hispano, Inc. · El Museo del Barrio · Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center · Elder Craftsmen · Electronic Arts Intermix · Eleo Pomare Dance Company · Ellen Frank Illumination Arts Foundation · Emerging Markets Creditors Association · ENACT, Inc. · Encore Community Services · Encounters in Black Traditions, Inc. · End Child Prostitution Child Pornography & Trafficking of Children · Engineering Information Foundation · English Speaking Union of the United States · Ensemble Studio Theatre · Environmental Simulation Center · Episcopal Community Services of Long Island · Episcopal Relief and Development · Episcopal Social Services · Equal Justice USA · ERASE Racism · Errol Grimes Dance Group · ESNA-CERT · E-The People · Ethical Community Charter School Foundation · Eugene Zitwer Foundation · European American Musical Alliance · Evangelical Church of God in Christ, Inc. · Eviction Intervention Services (EIS) · Excellent Development · Explore New York Corp. · Exploring the Arts, Inc. · Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration ·

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F. B. Heron Foundation · F.Y. Eye, Inc. · Failte Care Corporation · Falconworks Artists Group · Families First · Families Rally for Emancipation & Empowerment · Family Focus Adoption Services · Family Resource Center of Peekskill, Inc. · Family Service Society of Yonkers · Family Support Systems Unlimited, Inc. · Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc. · Farewell,

Inc. · FDNY Foundation · Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, Inc. · Federation Employment & Guidance Service (FEGS) Health & Human Services System · Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA) · Fertile Hope · Fifth Avenue Committee · Fight for Sight · Film Biz Recycling · Financial Women's Association of New York Educational Fund · Finding A Way Back To Life, Inc. · Fine Arts Orchestral Society of Yonkers · Finer Life Golf Foundation · Firelight Media · First Book Staten Island · FJC - A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds · Flamenco Latino, Inc. · Flatbush Ave Business Improvement District · Flatbush Development Corporation · Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership · Flip Flop Foundation · Flying Carpet Theater, Inc. · FM World Charities · Focus Haitian Music, Inc. · Follow Your Dream · Food Bank For New York City · Food Bank for Westchester · Ford Foundation · Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation · Fordham Road District Management Association · Foreign Policy Association · Foreign Press Association · Forest Park Senior Citizens Center, Inc. · Forestdale · Fort Greene Association, Inc. · Fort Greene Day Camp · Fort Greene Park Conservancy, Inc. · Fort Greene Strategic Neighborhood Action Partnership (SNAP) · Forty Plus of New York (Forty Plus Educational Center) · Foundation Center · Foundation for Ecological Research in the Northeast · Foundation for Ethnic Understanding · Foundation for Landscape Studies · Foundation for the Advancement of Monetary Education · Foundation for the Study of Independent Social Ideas/DISSENT · Fourth Universalist Society · Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund · Franciscan Community Center · Free Arts for Abused Children - New York City · Free Dimensional · Free To Be Foundation · French Institute/Alliance Francaise · French-American School of Music · Fresh Art · Fresh Youth Initiatives · FRIA, Inc. · Frick Collection · Friends In Deed · Friends of Anderson Program · Friends of Blue Heron Park, Inc. · Friends of Brook Park · Friends of Firefighters, Inc. · Friends of Israel Disabled War Veterans · Friends of Israel Sci-Tech Schools, Inc. · Friends of Karen · Friends of Khmer Culture · Friends of Materials for the Arts · Friends of the Bay · Friends of the Children New York · Friends of the Community Board 6, Inc. · Friends of the Family Center · Friends of the High Line · Friends of the New York City Fire Department Collection, Inc. · Friends of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Suffolk · Friends of Van Cortlandt Park · Friends of Women's World Banking · Friends of Yad LaKashish/ Lifeline for the Old · Fu Generation Foundation, Inc. · Fund for Modern Courts · Fund for Public Advocacy · Fund for Public Health in New York · Fund for the City of New York · Funders Concerned About AIDS · Funding Exchange · Future Leaders Institute, Inc. · Futures and Options, Inc. ·

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Games for Change, Inc. · Garden of Hope · Garifuna Coalition USA, Inc. · Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) · Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) · Gay Men Of African Descent · Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) · General Human Outreach in the Community · German American Partnership Program (GAPP) · German University Alliance · Getting Out and Staying Out · Ghetto Film School · Gillen Brewer School · Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, Inc. · Girls Career Workshop · Girls for Gender Equity · Girls Incorporated · Girls Incorporated of Westchester County · Girls Write Now, Inc. · Girlspirit-Womensong, Inc. · Giving Alternative Learners Uplifiting Opportunities (GALLOP) · Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation · GlamourGals Foundation · Glaucoma Foundation · Glen Oaks Volunteer Ambulance Corp · Glencara, Inc. · Global Action on Aging · Global Action Project, Inc. · Global Autism Project · Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS · Global Health Institute · Global Health Partners · Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise · Global Kids · Global Partnership for Afghanistan · Global Workers Justice Alliance · Globalhood · God's Battalion of Prayer · God's Creation I Am · God's Love We Deliver · Going Coastal, Inc. · Golden Family Foundation · Good Shepherd Services · Goodwill Agents International, Inc. · Goodwill Industries of Greater New York & Northern New Jersey · Gotham City Improv · Governance Matters · Gowanus Canal Conservancy · GRACE · GRACE International DBA BedStuy Campaign Against Hunger · Grace Outreach · Gramercy Park Block Association, Inc. · Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation · Grand Street District Management Association ·

and in-person requests. We use an annual survey to track the results of the work for member organizations, and the Fall, 2009, survey for the past fiscal year revealed that 469 organizations reported using our Information & Referral services (an increase from 244 in FY08), with 71% rating our referrals as very good or excellent. Expanding circulation of NPCC's newsletter, New York Nonprofits: Newsletter circulation expanded to 4,600 hard copies per month, with an average of 1,500 unique views of the online version per month. Online newsletter views actually decreased after we moved the Space Wanted/Available section from the newsletter to its own section on our website (www.npccny.org/spaceads.htm) in May 2009. Space Ads alone average 469 monthly views, and are free for area 501(c) (3) organizations. We sent more related eblast notices to members on emerging events and resources, as well as responding to hundreds of queries from members concerning articles and seeking additional information, advice and referrals. Offered 58 free workshops: Free to members and providing expertise and information that benefit a wide range of nonprofits, 58 workshops were offered through September 30, 2009, with total registration at more than 4,256 (up from 2,700 in FY08) . Attendance at these workshops remained high, with most sold out. A particular focus this year was on a new, five-workshop series, Managing in Hard Times, offered in the spring of 2009, in collaboration with the Human Services Council and Lawyers Alliance for New York. The series featured a number of large-scale, practical workshops on Effects of the Federal Stimulus Package on New York Nonprofits, Strategic Alliances for Cost Savings, Negotiating Contractual Agreements, Human Resource Issues, and Lobbying in a Time of Crisis. We regularly updated and added topics and evaluated member interest in future topics on a wide range of management issues. Of 330 respondents to our three-month follow-up survey (for all workshops held the first half of our fiscal year), 164 reported organizational improvements. Helping nonprofits secure more than $14.2 million in government grants by using NPCC's Government Grants Information Service (GGIS): With support from the Dana Foundation, this NPCC web-based funding alert system (www.npccny.org/grants.htm) enables nonprofit members to receive customized email notices of government grant opportunities targeted to their organizations' interests. Notices include critical funding details covering 66 different topic areas, expediting the process of identifying grant opportunities in time to meet deadlines. In addition to federal sources, we include funding opportunities from New York

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City and State agencies. In our Fall, 2009 survey, 36 members reported over $14.2 million in grants and contracts received as a result of their GGIS subscription. More than 825 nonprofit professionals are current subscribers. "Who Does What?": Our regularly updated, online, interactive database of nonprofit technical assistance providers serving New York nonprofits, was updated regularly. www.npccny.org: NPCC's website continued to provide online access to our newsletter, the NPCC Member Directory, an Information Databank covering 190 + topics, and popular NPCC publications, such as the Employee Benefits Survey, Salary Survey, Emergency Preparedness guide, and more. NPCC's website received an average of 14,428 unique visitors per month during FY 2009. Expanding Financial Expertise by Nonprofit Managers: NPCC continued to expand members' knowledge of nonprofit financial issues by offering a range of workshops on these topics. We offered three, full­day workshops explaining changes to the IRS Form 990. The workshops, led by CPA Karen Kowgios, provided in-depth analysis of the new form as well as insight into implications to nonprofit governance of the questions asked on the 990. NPCC also offered workshops on Interpreting Financial Statements and Presenting Your Organization through Your Financial Statements. Led by the principals of EasyOffice, a company offering outsourced bookkeeping services to nonprofits (at a discount to NPCC members), the workshops were geared to small to mid-sized organizations. EasyOffice and NPCC also presented a workshop on the basics of budgeting at the 2009 Westchester Nonprofit Leadership Summit in May 2009.

Grand Street Settlement · Grassroots Artists Movement (GAME), Inc. · Grassroots Initiative · Great Neck Community School · Great Neck Manhasset Community Child Care Partnership · Greater Jamaica Development Corporation · Greater New York Al-Anon Family Intergroup · Greater New York Hospital Foundation · Greater New York Overeaters Anonymous Metro Intergroup · Greater NY Chapter National Assoc. of Professional Geriatric Care Mgrs · Greater Sheepshead Bay Development Corporation · Green Guerillas · Green Long Island dba LI Green · Green Map System · Greenbelt Conservancy · Greentree Foundation · Greenwall Foundation · Greyston Foundation & Affiliates · Griot Circle · Groove With Me · Ground Zero Museum Workshop · Groundswell Inc. · Groundwork Hudson Valley · Group Health Incorporated (GHI) · Grow Brooklyn · Guild for Exceptional Children · Guttmacher Institute ·

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H.E.A.L.T.H. for Youths · H.O. Scott Education and Community Center · h2 Empower · Habitat for Humanity - New York City · Haiti Cultural Exchange · Haitian Americans United for Progress (HAUP) · Hamm & Clov Stage Company · Hampden-Booth Theatre Library · HANAC (Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee) · Happiness Is Camping · Harkness Foundation for Dance · Harlem Center for Education · Harlem Commonwealth Council · Harlem RBI · Harlem SEALS · HarlemLIVE · Havens Relief Fund Society · HAZON · HeadCount, Inc. · Health Advocates for Older People, Inc. · Health and Welfare Council of Long Island · Health Care Chaplaincy · Health Jam, Inc. · HealthCorps, Inc. · Healthy Directions · Heart of Sailing · Hearts and Minds Network · Heart's Home USA · Hebrew Free Loan Society · Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale · Heidelberg University Association · Heights Hill Mental Health Service Community Advisory Board · Helen Keller Services for the Blind · Help the Children International, Inc. · Hemophilia Association of New York · Henry M. Hald Association d.b.a. Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School · Henry Street Settlement · Herbert and Irene Wheeler Foundation · Heritage of Pride · Herstory Writers Workshop, Inc. · Hessen Universities Consortium · HHC Foundation of New York City · Hindu Community Outreach · Hip Hop 4 Life · Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) · Hispanic Resource Center · Historic Districts Council · Historic House Trust of New York City · Historical Society of East Rockaway and Lynbrook · Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center · Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center Of Nassau County · Holy Cross High School · HomeFreeHome · Homeless Disability Relief Funds · Homeless Services United · Hope City Empowerment Center, Inc. · Hope for New York · Hope in Life Church of Mahopac, Inc. · Hope of Israel Senior Citizens Center · Horace and Amy Hagedorn Foundation · Horticultural Society of New York · Hour Children · House of the Redeemer · Housing Partnership Development Corporation · Hudson Planning Group Inc. · Hudson River Foundation · Hudson Union Society (Oxonian Society) · Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival · Huguenot Heritage · Human Services Council of New York City (HSC) · Hundred Year Association of New York · Hunter College High School Alumnae/i Association ·

Maintaining Membership

Nonprofit membership was at an all-time high of 1,804 at the outset of the fiscal year, then dropped to less than 1,650 by April, before rebounding to over 1,770 by September 30, 2009. Research revealed that in the face of the economic downturn, many nonprofits slashed all discretionary costs, even those like membership in NPCC that actually save them money. Another factor was the delayed impact of a new program of free six-month memberships in the latter half of the previous fiscal year. While initially successful in producing unprecedented numbers of new members, the renewal rate on the free memberships proved to be much lower than our normal renewal rate of 85-90%, primarily because six months proved to be too little time for most of the new free members to become familiar with NPCC's full membership benefits. In response to these findings, and with support from the Booth Ferris Foundation, we increased investment in recruiting and retaining

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I Challenge Myself · I Have a Dream Foundation · Identity House · Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy, Inc. · Imagine Project Inc. · Imani House · Imeinu, Inc. DBA Rache's Place · iMentor · Immigrant Social Services, Inc. · Immigration Equality · ImportantGifts, Inc. · In the Life Media · InCollaboration/Readers Theatre Workshop · Information for Families · Informed Citizen DBA CitizenJoe.org · Initiative for Medicines, Access & Knowledge (IMAK) · inMotion, Inc. · Innocence Project, Inc. · InsideNGO (formerly APVOFM) · Institute for EastWest Studies · Institute For Human Identity, Inc. · Institute for Labor and the Community · Institute for Professional Education (IPE) · Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research · Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America · Interactive Drama for Education & Awareness in Schools (I.D.E.A.S.) · Intercession Community Service Council · Interchurch Center · Interfaith Center of New York, Inc. · Interfaith Community, Inc. · International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy · International Center for Transitional Justice · International

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Council for Caring Communities · International Fellowships Fund, Inc. · International Foundation for EWHA Womans University · International Foundation for Optic Nerve Disease (IFOND) · International Longevity Center - USA · International Organization for Women & Development · International Peace Institute (IPI) · International Senior Lawyers Corporation · International Students Hospice - Mark Twain Hostel · International Women's Health Coalition · Internationals Network for Public Schools · Into the Outside · Inwood House · ioby (In Our Backyards) · IOLA Fund of the State of New York · Isaacson-Draper Foundation · Island Harvest · Islip Arts Council · Islip School Age Child Care (ISACC) · Israel Policy Forum · ITA Foundation · It's Your Body ·

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J. M. R. Barker Foundation · Jackson Heights-Elmhurst Kehillah, Inc. · Jacob A. Riis Settlement · Jam Master Jay Foundation for Music · Jamaica Center Business Improvement Association · Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning · Jamaica Kids · Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults · Jane Addams Peace Association · Jazz Forum Arts, Inc. · Jazz Foundation of America (Jazz Musicians' Emergency Fund) · Jefferson Market Garden · Jennifer A. Kay Foundation · Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island · Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula · Jewish Community Relations Council of New York · Jewish Funders Network · Jewish Genetics Laboratory Fund · JICAP Foundation · JobsFirst NYC · Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation · Joey Dipaolo AIDS Foundation · John A. Coleman School - Westchester Campus · John A. Reisenbach Foundation · John and Mary R. Markle Foundation · Joseph C. Zoller Memorial Fund · Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation · Joyce Theater Foundation · JSTOR · Judson Memorial Church · Junior League of Brooklyn · Junior League of the City of New York · Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound · Just Tell · Justice Resource Center ·

members, increased targeted efforts to reach areas outside Manhattan (Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester), strengthened marketing of member benefits to new and existing members, and targeted lapsing members for greater-than-normal follow-up. NPCC's Board also voted in February, 2009, to add a new responsibility to every Board member's job description, requiring that each Board member annually recruit an NPCC Ambassador, defined as a foundation head, head of a management support organization (e.g., Community Resource Exchange), or head of a nonprofit association (e.g., Asian American Federation) who agrees to help NPCC recruit new members. By the end of the Fiscal Year, 19 Board members had recruited such ambassadors, and they contributed measurably to renewed membership growth. As noted, membership growth rebounded as the economy appeared to improve and

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Keep Conservation Foundation · Kent Affordable Housing · Kentler International Drawing Space · Kids Creative · Kids Unique, Inc. · Kings County Tenants' Coalition · Kings Highway Beautification Association · Kingsbridge Heights Neighborhood Improvement Association · Kingsbridge-Riverdale-Marble Hill Food & Hunger Project · Knowledge is the Cure, Inc. · Kolot Chayeinu - Voices of Our Lives · Korea Society · Korean American Family Service Center · Korean American League for Civic Action · Korean-American Counseling Center ·

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La Fuente, A Tri-State Worker & Community Fund · La Fuerza Unida Community Development Corporation · La Mama Experimental Theatre Club · La Sainte Famille Foundation, Inc. · La Verite Youth Services, Inc. · Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS) · Labor Institute · Ladydoves Self Enrichment Organization, Inc. · LaMicro Theater, Inc. · Landmark West! · Larchmont Mamaroneck Community Television · Las Caravellas De Bolosse · Lawrence Community Health Services (Jansen Hospice and Palliative Care) · Lawyers Alliance for New York (LANY) · Lawyers for Children · LD Resources Foundation · League of American Orchestras · League Of Electronic Musical Urban Robots · League of Women Voters of the City of New York · League of Young Voters Education Fund · League Treatment Center · Learning Disabilities Association of New York City · Learning Leaders · Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) · Legal Services of the Hudson Valley · Lenape Bloemendael DMA (Columbus-Amsterdam BID) · Leopold Schepp Foundation · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (LGBT) · Let's Get Ready! · Level the Field, Inc. · Leviticus 25:23 Alternative Fund, Inc. · Life Skills School · LifeWay Network · Light Millennium, Inc · Lighthouse Resource Center Inc. · Lilith: The Independent Jewish Woman's Magazine · Lime Connect, Inc. · Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts · Lincoln Square Business Improvement District · Literacy Assistance Center · Literacy Partners · Literacy, Inc. (LINC) · Little Baby Face Foundation · Little Orchestra Society / Orpheon, Inc. · Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service (LSA) · Live Out Loud · Loaves & Fishes Church Ministries · Local Devel-

these efforts began to pay off.

NPCC Membership, Projected and Actual, 2005-2009

Expanding Cost-Saving Member Benefits

· SkillsBuilders low-cost training and support program: We continued to develop and deliver this program of deeplydiscounted training and support, for smaller nonprofits, while tracking the results: The second of our SkillsBuilders series, Basic Finances for Smaller Nonprofits, offered its third and fourth cycles of hands-on skills training combined with individual coaching that enable nonprofit managers and board leaders: (1) to develop their financial records sufficiently to get a clean management letter from their auditors; (2) to present a financial report to their board and answer all ques8

tions about the financial statement; or (3) to conclude an annual audit with fewer than 15 adjusting journal entries. The third Basic Finances cycle began in July, 2008, and the fourth cycle began in April, 2009. A total of 38 individuals representing 21 organizations completed the two cycles, which each involved 4 workshops, 3 support clinics, and group and individual coaching. Of these, 12 were on track to reach performance targets by December 31, 2009, and the remaining organizations will report results at the close of their fiscal years. These cycles were supported by the Frances L. and Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund and The New York Community Trust. As results for all organizations are evaluated at the end of their fiscal years, a complete progress report will be available in 2010. A typical participant stated, For the first time, I'll begin producing and providing my board members with regular budget-toactual reports, multi-year profit and loss statements, and quarterly balance sheet reports. We launched a new, third SkillsBuilders series, Basic Fundraising for Smaller Nonprofits, in January, 2009, in partnership with Cause Effective, with 27 participating organizations. The series, supported by Bank of New York Mellon, aims to help organizations achieve measurably improved: (1) fundraising results; and, (2) organizational capacity to raise money. This series involved 4 hands-on skills workshops and 3 support clinics, with a total of 22 organizations remaining actively engaged throughout the program. Ongoing tracking of results and follow-up continued into the fall of 2009. A total of 19 organizations (86%) demonstrated measurably improved fundraising results and/or measurably improved organizational capacity as of December, 2009. One small-nonprofit Executive Director reported, We went from 0% Board giving to 100% Board giving, and another said, We've gotten back quadruple the fee we paid! · Nonprofit Insurance Company: Re-energized efforts to establish New York's first tax-exempt nonprofit insurance company, GoodCauses, continued in Fiscal Year 2009. There had been tentative commitments by key funders as late as August, 2008, for major contributions to a capital campaign to raise the funds needed to launch this long-planned enterprise. However, the near-collapse of the economy soon resulted in these key prospective funders putting their commitments on hold. Meanwhile, incorporation papers were filed and accepted by the NYS Secretary of State's office for GoodCauses Support, an interim nonprofit entity jointly formed and controlled by NPCC and the New York Council of Nonprofits to facilitate future development of GoodCauses Insurance. GoodCauses Support is currently seeking federal tax exemption as a

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opment Corporation of East New York (LDC) · Loco-Motion Dance Theatre for Children · Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives · Long Island Association for AIDS Care (LINCS) · Long Island Breakfast Club · Long Island Council of Churches · Long Island Development Corporation · Long Island Fund for Women & Girls · Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY) · Long Island Hearing & Speech Society · Long Island Housing Services · Long Island Masterworks · Long Island Volunteer Center · Longview School · Lorraine Monroe Leadership Institute (LMLI) · Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation · Love and Hope Animal Sanctuary · Lovell Family Ltd · Lower East Side District Management Association · Lymphatic Research Foundation ·

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Maa Sa Akhi Performing Arts Academy · Madison Avenue Business Improvement District · Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc. · Madraigos · Maharashtra Foundation · Make the Road New York · Making Headway Foundation · Mamaroneck Schools Foundation · Man Up · Manhasset Women's Coalition Against Breast Cancer · Manhattan Boroughwide Interagency Council on Aging (MBIAC) · Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Community Benefit Fund · Manhattan Institute for Policy Research · Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis · Manhattan International Development Corporation · Manhattan Neighborhood Network · Manhattan New Music Project · ManhattanStaten Island Area Health Education Center · Mano A Mano Mexican Culture Without Borders · Maple Street School · MARC After School Program · March of Dimes National Office · Marion Woodman Foundation · Marty and Dorothy Silverman Foundation · Mary J. Blige & Steve Stoute Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now (FFAWN) · Mary's Pence · MASBIA · Matan, Inc. · Math for America · Maura Clarke-Ita Ford (MCIF) Center · Max's Kansas City Project · Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals · Meals on Wheels of Staten Island · Medicare Rights Center · Medicine, Law & Management · Melodia Women's Choir of NYC · Melodious Accord · Melting Pot Theatre · Mental Health Association of Nassau County · Mental Health Association of New York City · Mentoring Partnership of Long Island · Mertz Gilmore Foundation · Met Council on Housing · Metropolitan Museum of Art · Metropolitan New York Library Council · Metropolitan Opera · MFY Legal Services, Inc. · Middle College National Consortium · Middle Country Library Foundation · Middle East Children's Institute (MECI) · Midori & Friends · Midtown Pregnancy Support Center · Midwood Development Corporation · Migraine Research Foundation · Milbank Memorial Fund · Militia Association of New York, Inc. · Millennium Sistahs · Mind on the Media · Minds Matter · Miss D's Community Outreach Services · Mobile Mitzvah Center · Model Foundation Institute for Public Policy Analysis, Inc. · Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation · Moravian Open Door · Morgan Library & Museum · Morningside Area Alliance · Morningside Retirement and Health Services · Morphoses/The Wheeldon Company · Morrisania Revitalization Corp · Mount Kisco Child Care Center · Mount Olives Adventist Ministries, Inc. · MOUSE · Mozdev Community Organization · MUD/BONE (The MUD/BONE Collective) · Municipal Art Society · Muse Film and Television · Museum of Arts and Design · Music Before 1800 · Musica Reginae Productions · Musicians On Call · Muslim Consultative Network · Muslim Education and Converts Center of America · My Time, Inc. · Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of Greater New York · Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project LDC ·

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NAACP Roy Wilkins Center · NADAP - National Association on Drug Abuse Problems · Nah We Yone · Nancy Graves Foundation · NARAL/Pro Choice New York · Nassau Boces Educational Foundation · Nassau County Museum of Art · Nassau County Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals · Nassau Performing Arts, Inc. · Nassau-Suffolk Coalition For the Homeless Inc. · Nathan Cummings Foundation · National Advocates for Pregnant Women · National Alliance for Musical Theatre · National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) NYC Metro · National Aphasia Association (NAA) · National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum · National Association for Shoplifting Prevention · National Association of Mothers' Centers (NAMC) · National Autism Association New York Metro · National Black

MBA Association - Westchester/Greater CT Chapter · National Board of Review · National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) · National Center On Philanthropy and The Law NYU School of Law · National Committee on United States-China Relations, Inc. · National Council for Palliative Care · National Council for Research on Women · National Council of Negro Women of Greater New York · National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) · National Executive Service Corps (NESC) · National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction · National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) · National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts · National Institute for Latino Policy · National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP) Training Institute · National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health · National LGBT Cancer Network · National Orchestral Association · National Organization for Women (NOW) · National Organization of Italian American Women · National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis · National Society of Colonial Dames In the State of New York · National Urban Alliance for Effective Education · Neighborhood Coalition For Shelter · Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem · Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP) · Neighborhood Law Center, Inc. · Neighborhood SelfHelp By Older Persons Project (SHOPP) · Neighbors Helping Neighbors · Neighbors Together · Nepperhan Community Center Inc. · Network for Peace Through Dialogue (Center of International Learning) · New Alternatives for Children · New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra · New Dance Alliance · New Destiny Housing Corporation · New Festival · New Heritage Theatre Group · New Leaders for New Schools · New Media Advocacy Project Inc · New Rochelle Opera · New Rochelle Police Foundation · New Rochelle Public Library · New Settlement Apartments Community Services · New Triad for Collaborative Arts · New Visions for Public Schools · New York Academy of Medicine · New York African Chorus Ensemble · New York Asian Women's Center · New York Business Group on Health (NYBGH) · New York Cares · New York Center for Interpersonal Development · New York Christian Legal Services, Inc. · New York Citizens' Committee on Aging · New York Citizens' Committee on Health Care Decisions · New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault · New York City Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) · New York City Audubon · New York City Bridge Centennial Commission, Inc. · New York City Classical Guitar Society · New York City Coalition Against Hunger · New York City Criminal Justice Agency · New York City Employment and Training Coalition · New York City Financial Network Action Consortium · New York City Industrial Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) · New York City Mission Society · New York City Outward Bound Center · New York City Police Foundation · New York City Police Museum · New York Community Development for Youth · New York Community Trust · New York Covenant Community Development Corporation · New York Family Mission · New York Festival of Song · New York Foundation · New York Foundation for the Arts · New York Historical Society · New York Housing Conference · New York Human Resource Planning Society · New York Immigration Coalition · New York Industrial Retention Network · New York Institute for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies · New York Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology · New York Landmarks Conservancy · New York Law Enforcement Foundation · New York Lawyers for the Public Interest · New York Mortgage Coalition · New York Multi-Arts Centers Consortium (NYMACC) · New York Open Center · New York Opportunity Network · New York Preservation Archive Project · New York Public Library - Astor Lenox and Tilden Foundations · New York State Association for Solid Waste Management · New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers · New York State Coalition of 853 Schools · New York State Institute on Disability · New York State Tenants & Neighbors Information Service · New York Therapeutic Riding Center · New York University · New York Urban League · New York Women in Film & Television · New York Women's Agenda · New York Women's Bar Association Foundation · New York Women's Foundation · New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Education Fund · New Yorkers for Children · New Yorkers for Parks · Nextbook, Inc. · NIA Community Services Network (St. Rosalia Regina Pacis NIA) · Nitchen, Inc. · Nkeanyi Support Services, Inc. · Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York · Nonprofit Finance Fund ·

Supporting Organization within the meaning of section 509(a)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. · Continuing Group Purchasing Services: NPCC offers several group-buying and discount programs that help member nonprofits spend their hard-earned money on missionrelated programs rather than back-office expenses. We added two new such programs in FY 2009: As of April 1, 2009, NPCC offers a deep discount on the services of EasyOffice, a firm that provides outsourced bookkeeping services to nonprofits. We also began discussions with other providers of outsourced bookkeeping services to offer similar services to member organizations. Through our membership in the National Council of Nonprofits, NPCC now offers a 13% discount on background checks for volunteers and employees through MyBackgroundCheck.com. A total of 21 NPCC members have used this new program, which offers a comprehensive and cost effective volunteer and employee tracking system that exceeds typical background screening programs, providing volunteer and community protection and valuable risk management features. We also continued these popular group-buying and discount programs: Staples Business Advantage: 344 member organizations purchased their office supplies through this program in FY 2009. The program generated over $1.7 million in sales, and NPCC members saved approximately 44% off retail prices. Directors' and Officers' Liability Insurance: NPCC provides, at a discounted rate, this insurance policy administered by Frank Crystal & Co., Inc. A total of 699 member organizations obtained coverage through the program in FY 2009. TransitChek: NPCC members receive a 15% discount on the administration costs of their TransitChek benefit program. In FY 2009, 166 NPCC members saved over $18,000 through the program. Payroll Services: 636 member organizations took advantage of cost-saving discounts on payroll services offered to NPCC members by Paychex. In FY 2009, NPCC members realized over $222,600 in savings through the program. ReadyTalk telephone and web conferencing: In FY2009, 216 organizations signed up for this new discount on telephone ($.04 per minute) and web ($.08 per minute) conferencing, offered through our membership in the National Council of Nonprofits. Legal Assistance on Employment & Labor Relations Issues: This service, offered by Allen Breslow, Esq., is

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a direct outgrowth of NPCC personnel workshops offered for years. Last fiscal year, 129 member organizations sought advice or utilized these services. Retirement Benefits Program: NPCC sponsors a retirement plan for member organizations' employees through MetLife. As of September 30, 2009, 374 organizations representing 9,811 employees were enrolled, with total assets exceeding $164 million. NPower's IT Basic Technology Services: NPCC members receive a discount to IT Basic, a technology outsourcing strategy for nonprofits. Subscription Discounts: More than 277 organizations last year subscribed at a discount to at least one of these professional publications: BoardSource, Chronicle of Philanthropy, Crain's New York Business and Stanford Social Innovation Review. Student Memberships: In an effort to expand interest in the nonprofit sector, NPCC offers a $15 membership to students enrolled in nonprofit management graduate programs. They receive our monthly newsletter, keeping them informed about current nonprofit issues.

Nonprofit Innovations, Inc. · Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) · North American Conference on British Studies · North Fork Community Theatre · North Fork Environmental Council · North Star Fund · Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation · Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition · Nour Foundation · Nowodworski Foundation · NPower NY · Nuyorican Poets Cafe · NY WasteMatch · NY Writers Coalition, Inc. · NYC Atheists · NYC Leadership Academy · NYC Materials Exchange Development Program · NYC Performing Arts Spaces · NYCharities.org ·

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Object Relations Institute · Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation · Of Home Family and Future (OHFF) · OIC of Suffolk, Inc. · Omek Foundation · OMNUM · Omo Obatala Egbe, Inc. · On Step Institute for Mental Health Research · One Stop Senior Services · One to World, Inc. · Only Make Believe · Open Space Institute · Opening Act, Inc. · Opera Company of Brooklyn · Opportunities For A Better Tomorrow · Opus 118 Harlem School of Music · Organizacion Juventud Ecuatoriana · Organization Black Maritime College Graduates (OBMG) · Organization for Visual Progression · Original Nature · Orphans International America · Osborne Association · Ossining MATTERS · Our World Neighborhood Charter School · OurMed · Out of Bounds NYC ·

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Pace Women's Justice Center · Page Seventy-Three Productions, Inc. · Paget Foundation · Pajama Program · Palladia · Pal-OMine Equestrian, Inc. · Paper Bag Players · Paramount Center for the Arts · Parent-Child Home Program · Parents League of New York · Parents of PS334, Inc. · Park Avenue Chamber Symphony · Park Avenue Synagogue · Park Slope Civic Council · Parodneck Foundation for Self-Help Housing & Community Development · Parsons Dance Foundation, Inc. · Partners United for People and Pets, Inc. (PUPP) · Partnership for After School Education · Partnership for Responsible Drug Information · Partnership for Student Advancement · Partnership with Children · Pastel Society of America · Pathways to Housing · Paul Rapoport Foundation · Pave the Way Foundation · Peace of Heart Choir, Inc. · Peconic Community Council, Inc. · Peer Health Exchange · Pen American Center · Pen and Brush · PENCIL · Peninsula Counseling Center · People Against Childhood Epilepsy (PACE) · People Improving Peer Empowering Recovery (PIPER) · People's Center for Economic Independence (PCEI) · People's Production House · Perceptions for People with Disabilities · Performing Arts Journal · Pet Safe Coalition · Peter S. Reed Foundation · PFLAG New York City (Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) · Philanthropy New York · Physicians for Reproductive Choice & Health · Physicians For Social Responsibility Inc · Piatigorsky Foundation · Picture The Homeless · Piermont Public Library · Pierre & Tana Matisse Foundation · Ping Chong & Company · Pinkerton Foundation · Planned Parenthood Federation of America · Plays for Living · Poetry Society of America · Poets & Writers · Policy Link · Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences · POV The American Documentary · PowerPlay New York City · Practicing Attorneys for Law Students Program, Inc. (PALS) · Practising Law Institute · Pratt Area Community Council · Pratt Institute / Pratt Center for Community Development · PreK-12 Environmental Education · Prep for Prep · Presbyterian Welcome · Priceless Parrot Preserve · Primary Care Development Corporation · Prisoners' Reading Encouragement Project, Inc. · Pro Bono Partnership · Pro Mujer (Programs for Women) · Pro-Choice Public Education Project · Professional Women Photographers · Program in Arts Administration · Program Reach · Programs in Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School · Project Angel · Project by Project Incorporated New York · Project Christ International · Project Enterprise · Project FAIR · Project FIND · Project Harmonist · Project Open · Project People Foundation · Project Pericles, Inc. · Project Renewal, Inc. · Project SET · Project Sunshine Inc. · Project Whoopee Humane Society · Prospect Park Alliance · Providence House · PS 87 Parents Association · Public Agenda Foundation, Inc. · Public Health Association of New York City · Public Health Solutions · Public Interest Law Institute · Public Patent Foundation · Puerto Rican Family Institute · PULSE of

Maintaining Strong Government Relations & Promoting Effectiveness, Accountability & Transparency by Nonprofit Organizations

Our Government Relations Committee, chaired by New York Public Library General Counsel and NPCC board member Robert Vanni, and staffed by Senior Consultant Jon Small, works to benefit the entire nonprofit sector in New York ­ work that few individual organizations, or even sub-sector coalitions of nonprofits, have the resources or influence to accomplish. The overall goal is to promote effectiveness, accountability and transparency in nonprofit management and governance, without unduly increasing costs and other burdens that detract from nonprofits' ability to pursue their missions. The Committee ordinarily meets monthly, reporting regularly to NPCC's Board and membership on important developments via our newsletter, website, emails and special presentations by Jon Small at nonprofit meetings throughout the New York area. The Committee includes most of the City's leading lawyers whose practices focus on tax exempt organizations, whether as general counsel to a nonprofit or in private practice. Five former heads of the New York State Attorney General's Charities Bureau serve on the Committee. Three members of the Committee have served on the IRS' national Advisory Committee on Tax-Exempt Charities.

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New York · Purelements: An Evolution in Dance · Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum · Putnam County Land Trust: Save Open Spaces, Inc. ·

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Queen Sofia Spanish Institute · Queens Community House · Queens Congregations United for Action · Queens Economic Development Corporation · Queens Independent Living Center · Queens Jewish Community Council, Inc. · Queens Lesbian & Gay Community Center DBA Queens Pride House · Queens Parent Resource Center · Queens Public Communications Corporation · Queens Symphony Orchestra · Queensboro Council for Social Welfare · Quogue Historical Society ·

At the state level, the most recent legislative session has been a challenging one for nonprofits and almost everyone else. In general, NPCC comments on bills affecting nonprofits and those they serve, and sometimes writes letters of support or opposition, often in conjunction with other nonprofits, and discusses issues with staff members of the legislators. We enjoy excellent relations with the Attorney General's Charities Bureau. We regularly present to Bureau staff our views on legislation affecting nonprofits. Items of interest in the past year include:

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Rabbis for Human Rights North America · Radin Institute for Family Health Education & Promotion (RIFHEP) · Rainbow Chimes · Rainforest Alliance · Rainforest Foundation · Ramapo for Children, Inc. · Randall's Island Sports Foundation · Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States · RCHN Community Health Foundation · Reach Into Cultural Heights · Reach Out and Read of Greater New York · Reading Excellence And Discovery Foundation (READ) · Ready Hands International · Real World Foundation (Asthma Free School Zone) · REBECA, Inc. · Reconciliation and Culture Cooperative Network (Raccoon) · Recreation Rooms & Settlement Special Services for Senior Citizens · Red Hook Initiative · Red Tide of New York City · Reece School · Reed Foundation · Refugee & Immigrant Fund (RIF) · Regional EMS Council of New York City · Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative · Regis High School · Rehabilitation Through Photography · Renewable Energy Long Island · Reproductive Health Access Project · Research to Prevent Blindness · ReServe Elder Service · Resource Development Counsel · Resource Training Center · Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. · Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York · Richard Avedon Foundation · Richard Wagner Society of New York · Richmond Choral Society · Richmond Community Services · Richmond Community Services · Richmond County Orchestra · Ridgewood Local Development Corporation · RightRides for Women's Safety · Rip Van Winkle Foundation · Rise Up & Walk Youth Outreach Center · Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation · Riverside Language Program · Riverstone Senior Life Services (Fort Washington Houses Services) · Robert Schalkenbach Foundation · Robert Sterling Clark Foundation · Rockaway Waterfront Alliance · Rockefeller Brothers Fund · Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors · Rockland Parent Child Center · Rockstone Cultural Arts Center · Ronald McDonald House of Long Island · Room To Grow · Rottkamp Charitable Foundation · Rural Development Leadership Network · Russell Sage Foundation · Ruth Williams Dance Foundation, Inc. · Rx Art, Inc. ·

New York State

· Work regarding UPMIFA: The Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA) has now been adopted by more than 43 states in one form or another and is now pending in the New York State Assembly and Senate (A7907/S4778). Its key provision would permit boards of nonprofits to make expenditures they deemed prudent from endowment (permanent) funds whose value has sunk below the value that was contributed (so-called underwater funds). The Government Relations Committee has been working for some time to educate nonprofits about this legislation. It has formally endorsed the legislation and NPCC's board gave its own endorsement at its February, 2009, meeting. Now that the legislation is (finally) pending, NPCC also has written letters of support to New York State legislators. We are keeping in touch with those involved to follow its progress. Passage of this legislation should free up substantial assets for use for the purposes for which they were donated. The Committee will continue to support passage of this legislation in 2010. · Prompt Contracting: We worked closely with Susan Hager, CEO of the United Way of New York State, to support new legislation (A8327/S5659) to achieve prompt contracting payments on State contracts. Our letters to legislators pointed out the need to eliminate chronic problems with the contract process -- principally late payments. Happily, this legislation was recently enacted. We hope that it will be honored in practice and will have a significant impact in alleviating problems with State contracts that nonprofits have been experiencing. · Retired Accountants Serving on Finance-Related Committees of Nonprofit Boards: We recently learned that the New York State Regents and the Office of the Professions of the NYS Department of Education were contemplating interpreting the recent law concerning registration and continuing education rules for CPAs as prohib12

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S.A.V.Y. Successful and Victorious Youth · Sabater Foundation · Sadie Nash Leadership Project · Safe Horizon · Saint Raymond Community Outreach Center · SAKHI for South Asian Women · Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy - SAR Academy · Salvadori Center · Samantha Britton Memorial Fund · Samaritans of New York · Samuel H. Kress Foundation · Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation · Sanctuary for Families · Saul Steinberg Foundation · Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, Inc. · Save Africa Concert Foundation · Scarsdale Adult School · Scherman Foundation · School News Nationwide · School Sisters of Notre Dame Educational Center, Inc. · Schuyler Foundation for Career Bridges · Science Festival Foundation · Science Friday Initiative · Science Schools Initiative · Sculptors Guild · Seamen's Society for Children and Families · Search and Care · Seaside Summer Concert Series · Second Generation Productions · Senior Citizens Council of Eastchester · Sephardic Angel Fund · Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) · Services for the Underserved · Seventh Avenue Center for Family Services Head Start · Shalom Task Force, Inc. · SHARE: Self Help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer · Shared Interest · ShareGift USA · SHAREing & CAREing · Sharsheret · Sheldrake Environmental Center · Shen Wei Dance Arts · Shiloh · Shop Well With You · Shorefront YM-YWHA · Shorewalkers · Sickle Cell/

iting retired CPAs (those no longer registered as CPAs and no longer taking continuing education classes) from serving nonprofit boards as members of finance-related committees or as Treasurer. Our concern was that this would bar from such service a large group of highly qualified people at a time when there was an acute need for such people to serve in those capacities. We made a number of submissions to the Department of Education pointing out this need and noting that, while registered CPAs currently taking continuing education courses might be a bit more desirable people to serve in those capacities than retired CPAs, the real world choice was often likely to be between a retired CPA and someone with much less financial savvy. We also noted that such an interpretation would effect a back-door amendment of New York's Not-for-Profit Corporation law, which imposes only an age-18-or-over requirement for nonprofit board service. To our delight, the Education Department's Office of the Professions has now released an interpretation of the new law permitting retired CPAs to serve in such roles, subject only to disclosing fully their retired status when undertaking service in such roles. · Real Property Tax Exemptions and Imposition of Fees: Jon Small attended a Roundtable discussion in Albany convened by Senator Krueger, the Chair of the NY State Senate Committee on Budget and Tax Reform, to consider the real property tax exemption for nonprofit organizations. Among the questions considered were: (1) In what ways does the exemption achieve its purposes? (2) Should local governments have a role in determining what is exempt? (3) How does the exemption impact revenue streams in urban vs. non-urban areas? (4) Can New York learn from other states' approaches? (5) Should state lawmakers reconsider what qualifies as exempt? Many overlook the fact that, to be exempt, land must be both owned by a nonprofit and used for nonprofit purposes. Whether use may be too broadly defined/interpreted under current law is a topic that may receive special scrutiny. We will be following developments regarding real property tax exemption in 2010. In difficult economic times the exemption often comes under attacks of one form or another. NPCC has been a long-time defender of real property tax exemptions for nonprofits. · Commission on Public Integrity--Staff Proposals to Change the Lobbying Law: Commission staff has made a number of proposals for change to the Lobbying Law. NPCC, Lawyers Alliance for New York and the Human Services Council submitted joint comments on the proposals. A key proposal from our perspective would raise the threshold above which lobbying registration and reporting

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Thalassemia Patients Network · Sikh Coalition · Single Mothers by Choice · Single Parent Resource Center · Sistas on the Rise · Sister Power Organization · Sister To Sister International, Inc. · SKIP of New York · Slow Food USA · SmartVolunteer, Inc. · SNAP Long Island (Suffolk Network on Adolescent Pregnancy) · Social Accountability International (SAI) · Social Economic & Cultural Development Fund · Socialmarkets (SMORG) · Society for Clinton Hill · Society for the Preservation of Putnam County · Society of Illustrators · Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Diocese of Rockville Centre · Software Freedom Law Center · Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation · Sonia Alden Foundation · Sound Business, Inc. · Sound Goods · South Asian Council for Social Services (SACSS) · South Bronx Overall Economic Development SoBRO · South Brooklyn Youth Consortium · South Country Community Land Trust · South of the Navy Yard Artists · South Shore Child Guidance Center · Southampton Cultural Center · Special Citizens Futures Unlimited · SpenceChapin Agency · Spingold Foundation · Sponsors for Educational Opportunity · Sports Foundation · Sr Helen Travis HDFC · SS Columbia Project · St Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation Corporation (St. Nick's NPC) · St. Barnabas Hospital · St. John's Bread and Life Program · St. John's Riverside Hospital · St. Margaret's House · St. Vincent's Services · Starting Artists · Staten Island Interagency Council for Aging · Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation · Stecher And Horowitz Foundation · Steinhardt Foundation for Jewish Life · Steinway Child and Family Services · Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation · Stony Kill Foundation · Story Arts · Straight Women in Support of Homos (SWISH) · Strelsin Foundation · Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) · Students for a Free Tibet · Studio in a School Association · Subud New York · Suitable Solutions, Inc. · Summer on the Hill · Summit Music Festival, Inc. · Sundog Theatre · Sunflower Non Profit Foundation · Sunnyside Community Services · Sunnyside District Management Association DBA Sunnyside Shines · Sunset Park Alliance for Youth · Sunset Park District Management Association, Inc. · SUNY Bronx Educational Opportunity Center · Support Center For Nonprofit Management · Support Connection, Inc. · Support for People with Oral and Head and Neck Cancer (SPOHNC) · Supportive Housing Network of New York · Surdna Foundation · Surviving NICU, Inc. · Sustainable Flatbush · Sustainable South Bronx · Sweat Equity Enterprises · Swim Strong Foundation · Sylvia Rivera Law Project · Sympho, Inc. · Symphony Space ·

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T O B B Future, Inc. · Taconic Foundation · Take Wing And Soar Productions Inc. · Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding · Taxpayers to Save the Paumonok Bioenclave, Inc. · Teach for All · Teachers & Writers Collaborative · Teachers Network (Impact II) · Teatromania · Technician Service Training · Tee and Charles Addams Foundation · Ten Penny Players · Terreform ONE · Textile Study Group of New York · The 42nd Street Workshop, Inc. DBA WorkShop Theater Company · The Bereavement Center of Westchester · The Bookkeeping Center · The Bureau for International Reporting · The Century Foundation · The City Gardens Club of New York City · The Clear Fund · The Co-Op School · The CPORTUGUES Foundation · The Dialogue Project · The DOME Project · The Family Center · The Field (Performance Zone) · The Financial Clinic · The Fostering Connection, Inc. · The Foundation for AIDS Research (amFAR) · The Garden People · The Gate of Heaven Orphanage Centre · The George Walker Jr Community Coalition, Inc. · The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York · The Hope Line (Resource Center for Community Development, Inc.) · The HOPE Program · The Hunger Project · The Immigrants Journal Legal & Educational Fund, Inc. · The Libby Ross Foundation · The Loft: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, Inc. · The Lotos Foundation, Inc. · The Magic Penny, Inc. · The Max Reger Foundation of America · The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City · The Mentorship Program · The New 42nd Street, Inc. · The New York Response, Inc. · The Next Level Men's Group · The Old Stone House of Brooklyn · The Point Community Development Corporation · The Prestige Foundation · The Queens Galley · The Retreat, Inc. · The TEAK Fellowship · The Theatre Museum · The Women's Mosaic · Theater et al dba Chocolate Factory Theater · Theater

for the New City · Theatre for a New Audience · Theodore Gordon Flyfishers · ThinkQuest · Third Street Music School Settlement · Third World Newsreel · Thornhill Community Supportive Services, Inc. · Three Village Historical Society · Thyroid, Head and Neck Cancer Foundation (THANC) · Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center · Tides Shared Spaces - Thoreau Center New York · Times Square Alliance · Times Up! Environmental Organization · Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers · Town House International School · Townscape of Millerton & Northeast · Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund · TransitCenter, Inc. · Transition Network · Transport Group Theatre Company · Trial.Com Foundation · Triangle Arts Association Limited · Tribeca Film Insititute · Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour (TOAST), Inc. · Tribeca Performing Arts Center-Borough of Manhattan Community College · Trickle Up · Trident Swim Foundation · Trinity - Services and Food for the Homeless · Trinity Ministries · Trisha Brown Dance Company · TRISP Foundation · Tudor City Greens · Turnaround Friends · Turning Point Discipleship Outreach Ministries · Turning Point for Women and Families · Twenty-First Century Foundation · TWW, Inc. ·

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UERMMMC Alumni Foundation · UJA-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies · Ukrainian Institute of America · UNA-USA · Unified for Global Healing · Unified New Cassel Community Revitalization Corp. · Union Square Park Community Coalition · Union Square Partnership, Inc · Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock · Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office · United Hospital Fund · United Neighborhood Houses of New York · United Neighbors of East Midtown (UNEM) · United States Servas · United Way of New York City · Universal Temple of the Arts · University Glee Club of New York City · University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP) · University of Cape Town Fund · Untermyer Performing Arts Council, Inc. · UPROSE - United Puerto Rican Organization of Sunset Park · Urban Agenda · Urban Bush Women, Inc. (UBW) · Urban Dove, Inc. · Urban Youth Alliance ·

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Valley Restoration Local Development Corp · Vampire Cowboys, Inc. · Venable Foundation, Inc. · Vera Institute of Justice · Veritas Therapeutic Community · Versailles Foundation · Vida Family Services · VidaCare, Inc. · Village Alliance District Management Association · Village Health Works · Vintage Thrift Shop · Violence Intervention Program · VIP Community Services · Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund · Virtue Foundation · Vision Ed, Inc. · Visionary Media Company · Visiting Neighbors Inc. · Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden · Voices UnBroken · Volunteer Consulting Group (VCG) · Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) · Volunteer Referral Center · Volunteers for Wildlife ·

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Wall Street Rising · Wallace Foundation · Walt Whitman Birthplace Association · Washington Heights Community Services, Inc. · Washington Heights CORNER Project · Washington Heights-Inwood Preservation and Restoration Corp. Jewish Community Council (WHIPRC-JCC) · Washingtonville Housing Alliance · Wateraid America · Waterkeeper Alliance, Inc. · WAVES for Development International · We Are Family Foundation · Webster Apartments · Well Spouse Association · West 181st Street Beautification Project · West Brighton Community Local Development Corporation · West Harlem Environmental Action (WE ACT for Environmental Justice) · West Village Committee, Inc. · West Village Nursery School · Westbeth Artists Residence Council · Westchester Children's Association · Westchester Institute for Human Development · Westchester Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy · Westchester Jewish Conference · Westchester Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute for Nonviolence · Westchester Square Partnership (WSP) · Westside Crime Prevention Program · Where There's A Need · Wieder Family Foundation · Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls · Wind Beneath My Wings Foundation · Windows of Opportunity, Inc. · Wings WorldQuest · WITNESS, Inc · WNYC Radio · Wolf Conservation Center · Women Divers Hall of Fame · Women for Afghan Women · Women in the Arts Foundation · Women's

is required to $10,000. Our joint comments suggested that the threshold be raised to $25,000. Another proposal would change the definition of lobbying by removing eight specific activities currently included in the definition and simply referring to the general language now in the statute. Our joint comments opposed this proposal on the ground that it would overly broaden the definition of lobbying. Third, the staff proposed removing all exceptions from the definition of gifts; our joint response opposed this as creating a trap for the unwary. · Museums: Assemblyman Brodsky has introduced legislation that we are following (A6959/S4584) to prohibit museums form de-accessioning items from their collections to pay for operating expenses. While this legislation is of a sub-sector specific nature that is not usually the focus of the Committee's work, it does appear to raise questions of excessive reach. Our concern for the nonprofit sector is that the bill may treat thousands of nonprofits as collecting institutions subject to various requirements that would make no sense for non-museum -type institutions, causing costs, confusion and noncompliance. We have commented several times to Mr. Brodsky's office regarding our concerns and are seeking continuing dialogue to clarify the bill. · Tax on Payrolls: The new MTA rescue tax on payrolls (.34% of payroll for all employers, including nonprofits) represents a violation of our guiding principle that nonprofits should not be taxed. We expect to be working with others, such as the Human Services Council, to seek to have the tax eliminated as it applies to nonprofits. We did not actively oppose the tax as the chaotic legislative process for rescuing the MTA unfolded because it seemed that the cost to employees of nonprofits of not having a rescue could well have exceeded the tax being proposed and because, in the political situation surrounding the rescue, it seems unwise for nonprofits to risk defeating the bailout to everyone's detriment. · Madoff: The Committee has been following developments and hearing reports as to the issues for nonprofits relating to the Madoff situation. Those issues involve possible action by New York State and the IRS relating to possible allegations of imprudence and breach of fiduciary duty by nonprofit boards that invested with Madoff directly or through so-called feeder funds. It is also possible that investors that received distributions from Madoff may be called upon to return a portion of those distributions to provide funds to return to those investors that got no distributions at all.

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New York City

· Mayor's Initiatives to Help Nonprofits: Mayor Bloomberg has created a set of initiatives to help New York City nonprofits cope with the cash crunch as a result of the economic downturn. Michael Clark was asked to join a small group of leading nonprofit E.D.s and others to work with Deputy Mayor Linda Gibbs on these initiatives. We expect to be commenting on and perhaps working on the initiatives to influence their focus and implementation and to shape them so that the benefits to be gained exceed the costs to be imposed. · Mayor's Initiatives to Promote Volunteering: We are also following the Mayor's initiative to promote volunteering and will be reviewing developments to see if they call for commenting and suggestions by our Committee. · Imposition of Fire Inspection Fees: In a development related to the scrutiny being given by New York State to real property tax exemptions, New York City has imposed fire inspection fees on certain nonprofits (hospitals and educational institutions other than K-12 schools) that were previously exempt and that own the property they use. At a meeting attended by Jon Small, the FDNY expressed regret that budget constraints made this new system necessary. (The exemption has only applied to property owned by nonprofits and so property rented by a for-profit landlord to a nonprofit has been, and remains, subject to the fees.) The imposition of fees is sometimes used by governments to avoid having a legislative battle over limiting real property tax exemptions.

City Club of New York · Women's eNews · Women's Housing & Economic Development Corporation (WHEDCO) · Women's Project and Productions · Women's Sports Foundation · WomensLaw.org · Woodhull Community District Management Association · Word of Life International, Inc. · Words Without Borders · Workforce Professionals Training Institute · Working Theater · Working Today · Worksites for Wellness, Inc. · World Day of Prayer International Committee · World Day of Prayer USA Committee · World Education and Development Fund · World Education Services · World Federalist Movement · World Foundation for Music and Healing · World Land Trust - US · World Monuments Fund · World Policy Institute · WorldofMoney.org · Writopia Lab · Wyckoff House & Association ·

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YACHAD/National Jewish Council for Disabilities · Yad HaChazakah (JDEC) Jewish Disability Empowerment Center · Yagdil Torah, Inc. · Yale Alumni Chorus Foundation · Yale Whiffenpoof Alumni, Inc. · Yeshiva Tifereth Moshe · YM/YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood · YMCA of Greater New York · Yonkers South Broadway Business Management Association · York College Auxiliary Enterprises Corporation · Yorkville Common Pantry · Young Audiences New York · Young Gents Society, Inc. · Young Jean Lee's Theater Company · Young Korean American Service and Education Center Inc. (YKASEC) · Young People's Chorus of New York · Young Survival Coalition · Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition · Young Women's Leadership Network · Youth Advocacy Center · Youth at Risk, Inc · Youth Empowerment Mission, Inc. · YWCA of Brooklyn · YWCA of the City of New York · YWCAs of the Northeast Region ·

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Zankel Fund · ZGD, Inc. ·

Sustaining Grantmaker Members ($3,000+)______

Atlantic Philanthropies Avon Foundation Bernard F. & Alva B. Gimbel Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Charles H. Revson Foundation Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc. GRACE IOLA Fund of the State of New York John and Mary R. Markle Foundation Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Mertz Gilmore Foundation Robert Sterling Clark Foundation Wallace Foundation

Federal

· Health Care Reform: The Government Relations Committee has been very involved in some aspects of the proposed federal health care reform efforts. Most current legislative proposals for reform provide mandates for employer health care coverage, with tax credits for small employers. There appears to have been little or no previous thought given to how the mandates would affect nonprofit organizations, as they do not pay taxes. Nonprofit advocates have been lobbying in Washington, DC, to persuade federal lawmakers to provide relief for smaller nonprofit employers. Messrs. Clark and Small met over the summer with Karina Cabrera from Senator Gillibrand's office, Mr. Clark met with staff from Congressman Rangel's office, and they have spoken with several others. Mr. Small also discussed the problem with Stephanie Strom from The New York Times, resulting in a story about the issue and a leading quote by him. There has emerged a complicated possible resolution,

Sustaining Corporate Members ($3,000+)_______

Google IBM Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP

Corporate Members_________________________

American Corporate Benefits, Inc. Burke Supply Company Eisner LLP Kiwi Partners, Inc. Loeb & Troper Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler TCC Group

Corporate & Foundation Support______________

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Altman Foundation Bernard F. & Alva B. Gimbel Foundation Brooklyn Community Foundation Charles A. Dana Foundation Clark Foundation Commonwealth Fund

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Daphne Foundation Debevoise & Plimpton Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Eisner, LLP F. B. Heron Foundation Fund for the City of New York Ford Foundation Frank Crystal & Company Greenwall Foundation Horace Hagedorn Foundation HSBC MetLife Nathan Cummings Foundation New York Community Trust Pinkerton Foundation Rockefeller Brothers Fund SalesForce Foundation Staples Surdna Foundation Venable Foundation Wachovia

Individual Sustainers________________________

Seth Perlman Jonathan Small David Rockefeller

Donated Services___________________________

Citi Fund for the City of New York Google Lawyers Alliance of New York McGladrey & Pullen LLP New York Time Company Community Affairs Department Social Enterprise Programs in Executive Education at Columbia Business School Staples Business Advantage Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP

whereby nonprofits would get a tax credit towards their payroll withholding taxes. · Serve America Act: We have been supporting and following various efforts by the Obama administration to support nonprofits and those they serve. In particular, we have supported the portion of the just-enacted Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act that calls for federal funds (to be matched by private funds) to support capacity building by nonprofits. NPCC might become a capacity builder as a recipient of funds appropriated pursuant to this legislation. This Act also provides for a major increase in federal funding to support volunteering. · IRA Charitable Rollover: We have been supporting making this provision permanent to promote tax advantaged giving from IRAs. · Other: We are also following developments on other issues, including: Applying Private Foundation Rules to Public Charities; Estate Tax Legislation that Could Affect Charitable Giving; and simplification of the private foundation excise tax provisions.

Strengthening NPCC Board & Management Capacity

The Strategic Planning process targeted the need to enhance NPCC's organizational capacity. While membership and benefits have greatly expanded, more than doubling in 10 years, NPCC's Board had been comprised almost entirely of nonprofit executives and has not been historically focused on leveraging resources for the organization. In the past, our small staff and limited infrastructure have not grown in proportion to membership growth. Enhanced capacity is critical, and some progress was made in 2008-2009: · Strengthening Board Capacity: We continued to pursue our goal of building a board that is more representative of the New York City nonprofit sector and better able to leverage resources. A number of potential new Board members have been identified for nomination in FY 2010. · Organizational Capacity and Performance: We reached a milestone in our efforts to identify and track key organizational outcomes on an annual basis in the form of an NPCC Scorecard. NPCC's second Scorecard, for Fiscal Year 2009, is found on the inside back cover. This allows NPCC to set annual performance targets and milestones, and visually demonstrates the impact of our work for our members and other nonprofits. It also has facilitated funding and helps clarify our value to supporters and stakeholders. · Strengthening Staff Capacity: Current staff and management are summarized below.

Associate Members_________________________

Frank Bove Gayle Brandel John Brothers Patricia Caesar Clifford Case Michael Davidson Patricia Davies Jon Denham David Edell Joe Eisenberg Jacqueline Ewenstein Bud Feuchtwanger James Fishman Celeste Frye Ann Green Michael Honig Amy Karson Jack Krauskopf David Lebenstein Christine Leise John Magisano Stephen Mannhaupt Eleanor McGee Gregory Muth Horace Nelson Donna Panton Martha Pascual Samuel Perelson

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STAFF AND MANAGEMENT

All projects and services are supervised and reviewed regularly by NPCC staff for effectiveness and cost management. Reports are given to the NPCC Board of Directors for further input and review at least four times a year. This Annual Report is prepared for NPCC's Annual Meeting of members. Michael Clark, NPCC's President, oversees all program and administrative functions and serves as principal liaison with the Board of Directors. Jon Small, former Executive Director (2000-2005) serves as Senior Consultant for Government Relations and provides leadership and staff support to this committee. Peter Swords, former Associate Dean at Columbia University School of Law, a founding director of NPCC and its Executive Director for 15 years, continues to be an active volunteer on many projects, including workshops and service on the Government Relations Committee, as well as beginning revisions this year on the NPCC publication, How to Read the IRS Form 990 & Find Out What it Means, to be made available on our website. Marcia Brown has been Director of Programs since 1995. She draws from extensive nonprofit experience with the Manhattan Theatre Club, the St. Ann Center for the Arts and Restoration, New York Theatre Workshop, A.R.T./New York, and Chamber Music America. Craig Weinrich has served as NPCC's Membership, Outreach & IT Director. Barbara Earnest left as part-time Program Associate in the fall of 2008; many of her duties, as well as new ones, were assumed by Alison Kincaid, new full-time Program Associate. Consultant Dan Myers produces NPCC's newsletter, manages the Government Grants Information Service, and carries out special projects and surveys. Kristina Grammer, Associate Director for Special Programs, left in early September, 2009, and was succeeded in that position by Aditi Davray, who directs a variety of administrative, program and program development activities, including the New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards. In June, we recruited Molly Knol as NPCC's new Executive Assistant, succeeding Elizabeth Stoneburg in providing administrative support for all staff.

Margaret Riley James E. Rocco David Samuels Michael Seltzer Gerald Tobin Vincent Vieni Michael Washburn Paul Wolf Abby Moses Young

Student Members___________________________

Peter Criswell Aryeh Greenberg Devin Mathis Sira Soumano

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Board of Directors

As of December 31, 2009

Chair

John E. Craig, Jr., The Commonwealth Fund

President

Michael E. Clark, Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York

Vice Chairs

Natalie Abatemarco, Citigroup Gregory Cohen, Cause Effective Carol Kurzig, Avon Foundation Sandra Lamb, Lamb Advisors LLC Merble Reagon, Women's Center for Education & Career Advancement Robert J. Vanni, Esq., The New York Public Library

Treasurer

Carla Hunter, Weizmann Global Endowment Management Trust

Secretary

Shin R. Miyoshi, Westport/Weston Family Y

Founding Chair

John Temple Swing, Esq

President Emeritus

Peter Swords, Esq.

Board Members

Fran Barrett, Community Resource Exchange Ian Benjamin, McGladrey & Pullen, LLP Miriam Buhl, Weil, Gotshal & Manges Richard D. Burns, Esq., The Arcus Foundation Sean Delany, Lawyers Alliance for New York Greg King, Strategic Philanthropy Advisors Jessica Lee Rhonda Lewis, Bridge Street Development Corporation Ilene Mack Carolyn McLaughlin, BronxWorks Cao K. O, Asian American Federation of New York Caroline Kim Oh, iMentor Stephanie Palmer, New York City Mission Society Isaiah Sheffer, Symphony Space Michele Smalley, Wachovia Bank, Education & Nonprofit Banking Emily L. Smith Walter Sweet, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Peter Wilderotter, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

Directors Emeriti

William Aguado Lucy Cabrera James Greilsheimer, Esq. Barry Grove Lewis Harris Martha Jones John Kaiteris Nancy Lublin Howard Mantel Prema Mathai-Davis Mary McCormick Harvey Newman Nicholas Platt Margarita Rosa S. Andrew Schaffer, Esq. David Seay Patricia Smalley Ellen Stewart

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NONPROFIT COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF NEW YORK, INC. Statements of Financial Position Assets September 30 2009 Current assets Cash Investments Grants and contributions receivable Accounts receivable, net Prepaid expenses Total current assets Property, equipment and leasehold improvements, net Security deposit Total assets Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred membership dues Deferred compensation Total liabilities Net assets Unrestricted Board designated Capital reserve fund Special needs reserve fund Undesignated Total unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets 650,000 200,000 102,947 952,947 25,000 977,947 $ 1,491,761 650,000 200,000 102,164 952,164 142,500 1,094,664 $ 1,607,505 $ 157,815 292,093 63,906 513,814 $ 158,620 305,530 48,691 512,841 $ 50,435 1,383,550 30,000 2,531 1,466,516 4,637 20,608 $ 1,491,761 $

2008

53,546 1,419,273 50,000 57,793 7,647 1,588,259 6,746 12,500 $ 1,607,505

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NONPROFIT COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF NEW YORK, INC. Statements of Activities For the Years Ended September 30, 2009 and September 30, 2008

Unrestricted $ 101,911 661,990 2,800 19,500 7,313 17,727 1,294 160,741 1,431,293 1,086,544 216,547 59,384 44,728 320,659 1,407,203 24,090 (117,500) 1,086,544 216,547 59,384 44,728 320,659 1,407,203 (93,410) (117,500) 1,313,793 (160,741) 1,294 17,727 7,313 7,490 38,263 10,484 75,649 1,404,468 1,107,595 214,244 68,915 283,159 1,390,754 13,714 19,500 4,500 2,800 3,750 661,990 622,905 101,911 255,588 (75,649) 19,351 19,351 458,017 $ 43,241 $ 501,258 $ 385,839 $ 95,000 $

2009 Temporarily Restricted Total Unrestricted

2008 Temporarily Restricted

Total 480,839 255,588 622,905 3,750 4,500 7,490 38,263 10,484 1,423,819 1,107,595 214,244 68,915 283,159 1,390,754 33,065

Revenue and support

Grants and contributions

Donated goods and services

Membership dues

Rental income

Program fees

Nonprofit Forum dues

Investment income

Other income

Net assets released from restrictions

20 (23,307) 783 952,164 $ 952,947 $ (117,500) 142,500 25,000 $ (23,307) (116,717) 1,094,664 977,947

Total revenue and support

Expenses

Program services

Supporting services

Management and general

General fundraising

25 Anniversary

th

Total supporting services

Total expenses Increase (decrease) in net assets from operations

Non-operating gain/loss Net realized and unrealized (loss) on investments

(191,119) (177,405) 1,129,569 $ 952,164 $

19,351 123,149 142,500

(191,119) (158,054) 1,252,718 $ 1,094,664

Increase (decrease) in net assets

Net assets, beginning of year

Net assets, end of year

Scorecard

October 1, 2008 ­ September 30, 2009

Fiscal Year 2009

Strengthening Nonprofits

Membership

NPCC Financials

Savings reported by nonprofit members using our groupbuying programs

(9 of 13 programs reporting)

$2,233,775

Total dues-paying members

(including Nonprofits, Grantmakers, Corporate, Associates, Students, etc.)

1,843

Total FY2009 Revenue

$1,313,793 $1,407,203

Awarded to NPCC members using our Government Grants Information Service

(35% increase from FY08)

$14.2 million

Nonprofit Members

(Nonprofits, Grantmakers & Foundations)

1,780

Total FY2009 Expenses

FY2009 Revenue Sources

Other $150,545 12% Grants & Contributions $501,258 38% Memberships $661,990 50%

# of reported organizational improvements resulting from NPCC information and guidance services*

(106% increase from FY08)

4,282

FY 2009 nonprofit members' renewal rate

74%

Nonprofit members rating our services as "Very Good" or "Excellent" *

70%

Our Mission

The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York serves as the voice of and information source for the New York City area nonprofit community, so that nonprofits are better informed, managed, governed and represented at all levels of government, and better equipped to achieve their missions.

Number of key government agencies that worked with NPCC's Government Relations Committee to maintain positive regulatory environment for nonprofits

16

Our Vision

The quality of life for all New Yorkers depends on a strong, vibrant and diverse nonprofit sector. Nonprofits must manage and govern themselves well, be accountable and transparent to donors, constituents and the public, and pursue their missions effectively. As NPCC's influence and membership grow, so does our ability to help member nonprofits achieve these objectives. NPCC's goal is to be New York nonprofits' most reliable source for information, advice, quality programs and services, their most effective advocate on sector-wide issues, and widely recognized as such.

*Based on member reporting on impact of NPCC's workshops and trainings, newsletter, web content, telephone and email guidance, and other programs and services.

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