Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Market Value of Trash

EJ Organizer Justin Wood explained to Brooklyn Ink how it is market value disparities amongst recycled goods drive the huge amount of waste that occupies NYC’s landfills.

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The TDT Realities

NYLPI and its Transform Don’t Trash NYC (TDT) partners continue to fight for justice surrounding waste transfer facilities positioned predominantly in low-income neighborhoods of color. This week, Bedford+Bowery profiled what it’s like to live near one of these stations.

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Pro Bono Success!

Last week, NYLPI co-sponsored a client workshop with The Foundation Center, Nonprofit Coordinating Committee and Human Services Council on lobbying and advocacy for nonprofits. The informative and impactful class was taught by Kevin Roe and John Bennett of Simpson, Thacher

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Pro Bono Success!

Last week, NYLPI co-sponsored a client workshop with The Foundation Center, Nonprofit Coordinating Committee and Human Services Council on lobbying and advocacy for nonprofits. The informative and impactful class was taught by Kevin Roe and John Bennett of Simpson, Thacher

Posted in Pro Bono Clearinghouse, Pro Bono Shoutouts, Recent News

Pro Bono Success!

Last month, NYLPI co-hosted a workshop with The Foundation Center on fiscal sponsorship, a pathway to starting a nonprofit. David Lowden of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP taught this important workshop, and Nikki Carpenter of FJC’s Fiscal Sponsorship Program

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