Across NYC, the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting nonprofits that receive city funds. In The City, our President & CEO JoAnne Page gives insight on how COVID-19 is compromising the ability of nonprofits like Fortune to carry out work.READ MORE
How can prisons promote dignity and rehabilitation, and what is the role of research in supporting these efforts? At
Urban Institute's Roundtable on Prison Research and Innovation, Ronald Day, Associate Vice President of Programs, weighed in.
In this interview with Cheryl Wills on NY1's "In Focus," our Executive VP Stanley Richards discusses the urgent need for New York's recent bail reform law. Fortune participant Althea Hogan, who spent months behind bars because she couldn't afford bail, also shares her story.READ MORE
In light of frenzied demands to weaken New York’s recent #BailReform, our President & CEO JoAnne Page lays out the facts on why it will make communities safer.READ MORE
Luann De Lesseps from Real Housewives of New York is a powerful advocate for criminal justice reform. In this article, she gives a shoutout to Fortune's mission and the need to help formerly incarcerated people rebuild their lives.READ MORE
“It’s heartbreaking,” said JoAnne Page, president of The Fortune Society. “There’s a culture that treats people who are locked up as not having any value.”READ MORE