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Summary of the New York City Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget Impact on NYC Children and Families

On February 7, 2019 Mayor de Blasio released his $92.2 billion Preliminary Budget for City Fiscal Year 2019, which begins July 1, 2019. The Preliminary Budget proposes investments in Fair Fares reduced-price Metrocards; 3-K expansion, strategies to red …

CCC’s Analysis of City FY2020 Preliminary Budget

Last week, Mayor de Blasio released his $92.2 billion Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2020, which begins on July 1, 2019. The Preliminary Budget proposes investments in Fair Fares reduced-price Metrocards, 3-K expansion, strategies to reduce and add …

CCC Statement on City Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget

New York, NY — We appreciate the City administration’s desire to be prudent in the face of fiscal uncertainty that results from proposed state cost shifts, threats of another federal shutdown, or general concerns about a softening of the overall econo …

Testimony: Oversight: DYCD Programs (SYEP, COMPASS NYC & SONYC)

CCC is grateful for the City Council’s longstanding commitment to youth services.  The Council has been a steadfast ally and partner to protect and expand the programs that provide youth with positive social, academic, and career-development supports t …

Summer Camp Restoration Helped Thousands of Middle School Children, But Abbreviated Timeline of the Partial Restoration Left Thousands of Children Without Camp

CFY 2019 Funding was for One Year Only—So Thousands of Children, Families and Providers Will Face This Cut Again and Districts Set to Lose the Most Summer Programs Have High Rates of Child Poverty Despite the well-known fact that summer camp programmin …

CCC Summary of Actions Taken by the City Council To Restore and/or Fund Services for Children and Families In the New York City Fiscal Year 2019 Adopted Budget

On June 14, 2018, the City Council voted to adopt an $89.15 billion for FY 2019.  The Budget includes many restorations, initiatives and programs that will improve the lives of the City’s 1.8 million children.  Notably, the City Council restored all of …

CCC’s New York City Budget Recommendations for City Fiscal Year 2019

CCC responded to the New York City Fiscal Year Executive Budget proposals with Budget Recommendations for the Mayor and the City Council.  These budget recommendations focus on going further to make New York City a better place to be a child. CCC once …

Statement on the City Fiscal Year 2019 Executive Budget

For Immediate Release: April 27, 2018 Contact: Elysia Murphy, (212) 673-1800 x18 emurphy@cccnewyork.org The Campaign for Children is extremely disappointed that the City Fiscal Year 2019 Executive Budget failed to make new investments to increase child …

CCC’s New York City Fiscal Year 2019 Executive Budget Summary

On April 26, 2018, Mayor de Blasio released his Executive Budget proposals for Fiscal Year 2019.  The $89.06 billion budget included a number of new investments aimed at making New York City a more fair and equitable City for all who live in the five b …

Every student deserves an after-school and summer program

CCC and the Campaign for Children have released the second PSA in our “In Their Own Voices” series. The new video, Every NYC Student Deserves an After-school and Summer Program, highlights the importance of summer and after-school programs in the lives …

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