Jewish charities fear budget cuts are coming as New York State slows government aid

Jewish charities fear budget cuts are coming as New York State slows government aid

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“Some of those cuts may be retroactive, which means organizations may not get paid for the work that they’ve done,” said Chai Jindasurat, the police director at Nonprofit New York, an organization that represents 1,500 nonprofit organizations, mostly in New York City. “We’re bracing ourselves for some pretty bad scenarios.”

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Jindasurat and Chafee both said that some government agencies have been struggling more than others to make their payments — among them, the Office of Mental Health, the Office of Substance Abuse, the Department of Health, the Office of Children and Family Services and the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, possibly a result of different funding cycles and timelines.

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