New York Council of Nonprofts
The New York Library Association (NYLA) and the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON) are pleased to announce a discounted membership program for 2018.
“NYCON and NYLA have worked together in different ways for many years,” said Valerie Venezia, NYCON’s VP of Membership and Marketing, “This partnership is a win all around. Many libraries were purchasing membership in NYLA and NYCON. We wanted to make it easier – and more affordable – to access the services both associations provide to nonprofit libraries in New York State. We are excited to have this opportunity to support the NYLA members with the services and resources they need.”
What is NYCON?
Founded in 1927, the New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON) is a 501(C)(3) membership-based, mission-driven, statewide association of diverse charitable nonprofit organizations. NYCON provides a collective policy voice for the nonprofit sector and serves as a crucial support and information provider.
What do NYLA members receive when they join NYCON?
FREE: Lunch and Learn Webinars
Insurance, Employee Benefits and Risk Management
Through their insurance subsidiary Council Services Plus, NYCON provides their members with comprehensive coverage at affordable prices. Their team understands nonprofits unique needs and can help clarify your organization's mission for insurance companies when necessary. Here are just a few of the most popular programs:
Capacity Building Consultation, Guidance & Tools
NYCON Provides a Wide Array of High Quality, Affordable Solutions to assist you with larger scale capacity building projects. Most consulting services are provided to Members Only at the rate of $120 per hour. Rates are higher for the services of our Legal Team, generally $150 per hour, but can go up to $175/hour for certain types of representational work. Learn more.
Capacity Building Tools (and Events) include:
Growing List of Group Purchasing Benefits & Creative Partnerships
Our special programs can help save you time, money or even help find you a board member.