Discretionary

Each year the New York City Council awards discretionary funds to nonprofit organizations to meet local needs and fill gaps in City agency programs. This discretionary spending is a critical tool in meeting needs in our communities, and is therefore safeguarded by three layers of oversight to ensure the public trust is maintained: City Council, MOCS, and the City agency that is designated by the Council to pay the nonprofit for community services.

Overview of the Discretionary Awards Process for a Nonprofit

Overview of the Discretionary Awards Process for a Nonprofit