New York Age-Friendly Funders Network is a peer network of grantmakers who fund or are interested in the program area of healthy aging and services for older adults. Philanthropy New York members funding or interested in the area of older adult services and healthy aging in New York are invited to join the group's meetings.
Join the New York Age-Friendly Funders Network for its spring meeting. The Network’s aim is to advance members’ knowledge of: (1) current and emerging needs among older adults and the organizations that serve them and (2) opportunities and challenges in funding effective NYC area programs that are working to address these needs. The main focus of this particular meeting will be for foundations to share current funding priorities and updates. The special guest for the meeting will be Crystal Hudson, Chair of the City Council Committee on Aging. We hope to have a robust discussion of the City’s priorities and identify opportunities for collaboration.
- Crystal Hudson, Chair, City Council Committee on Aging
Who should attend?
Grantmakers who are funding or interested in the area of health care older adult services and healthy aging.
How do I sign up?
Registration is required by April 12th.
Members: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please log in and click the Register Now link above. Registrants will receive the log-in details a day prior to the program.
Guests of New York Age-Friendly Funders Network: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, title, organizational affiliation, business mailing address, and phone number. Please indicate by which organizer you were invited.
Non-Member Funders: Please email email@example.com ($150 fee)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
What else should I know?
Crystal Hudson is the Council Member for New York City’s District 35 in Brooklyn, representing the neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, and parts of Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant. She was elected in 2021 and made history as one of the first out gay Black women ever elected in New York City. Crystal is a community organizer and public servant committed to making government more accessible for more people and delivering a just recovery for all New Yorkers in the wake of a global pandemic, economic crisis, and racial reckoning.