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Model budgets come at different speeds for New York City nonprofits.

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After four years of urging the city to subsidize MetroCards for low-income New Yorkers, advocates on Tuesday celebrated a handshake deal between Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Corey Johnson on a budget that puts $106 million towards the program.

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With the release of New York City Mayor de Blasio’s executive budget looming, we sat down with Jennifer Jones Austin, CEO and executive director of FPWA, to discuss where the nonprofit sector stands following the approval of the New York state budget and what her network of organizations will be looking for and advocating around as the city budget moves toward finalization.

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The percentage of people in poverty and near poverty in New York City decreased in 2016 for the third consecutive year and is the lowest since 2009, according to an annual report released by the Mayor’s Office of Operations on Friday.

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