Cause Effective transforms nonprofits by partnering with mission-driven leaders to achieve social change. We work with leadership to develop, employ, and expand effective fundraising, governance and organizational strategies to advance equity and justice.
We envision a future in which nonprofits thrive with empowered leadership and abundant funding to achieve an equitable world.
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News & Notes
As we approach Dr. Martin Luther King Holiday weekend, we are living at a time when our country just experienced a domestic terrorist attack on democracy. The images from the mob riot at the Capitol are horrifying and we are saddened by the volatile state of this country as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris prepare to take office.
In the week since the senseless murder of George Floyd, we have witnessed a range of intense emotions play out across the country. This painful time has led Cause Effective to re-examine how we can take greater accountability to address the inequalities and injustices that Black people experience, in order to work towards lasting social change and equity.
For the past year Cause Effective has been very proud to partner with Community Healthcare Network (CHN) to help them leverage their fundraising work to provide quality comprehensive healthcare to New Yorkers. As the pandemic hit New York and quickly began to affect the city’s most vulnerable citizens, CHN team did not hesitate to partner with the Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to operate the Jamaica, Queens COVID Testing Site, one of five sites available to all New Yorkers.