At a PNY program on health care reform's impact on women and families (co-sponsored by our Funders of Women and Girls network and our Health Policy Working Group), TrueChild Executive Director Riki Wilchins spoke about how using gender analysis can greatly help funders and their grantees. We’re pleased to have her share these ideas with us on Smart Assets.
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Council of New Jersey Grantmakers President Nina Stack talks about the role funders can play in providing long-term relief after Hurricane Sandy and addressing the many issues that will remain after first responders leave our region.
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If you know of any philanthropic activities or resources related to Hurricane Sandy that we haven’t listed on our hurricane response page, please let us know. Email information to: email@example.com.
Philanthropy New York is working intensively with members, government officials and Regional Associations throughout the affected area to coordinate and track philanthropic responses to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. Our dedicated disaster response page will be updated frequently as the rebuilding continues with news on resources, initiatives and stories of impact.
Currently, we are working to help funders work together around specific issues like housing, aging populations, children and youth programs, health and long-term infrastructure and environmental planning. Please check our hurricane response page for frequent updates. We are also working to coordinate the efforts of the dozens of Hurricane Sandy recovery funds that are collecting donations and will be making grants to nonprofits.