September 2, 2021

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New York City is launching an experimental program that will give some homeless young people no-strings-attached direct cash payments of $1,250 per month as part of a public-private partnership supported by the mayor’s office.

The initiative will be funded by the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, the NYC Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity, the Block-Leavitt Foundation, the Melville Charitable Trust, the Robin Hood Foundation and the NYC Fund to End Youth & Family Homelessness.


Published on September 2, 2021