Helping Foster Care Youth Succeed, Part II

When: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 -
3:00pm to 5:00pm
Where: 
Philanthropy New York; 1500 Broadway, 7th Floor, NYC 10036
Members & Guests: 
$0.00
Non-Members: 
$150.00
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This is a follow-on session to the event earlier this year, “Helping Foster Care Youth Succeed: Skills and strategies that support the transition to adulthood,” which will explore in-depth the specific challenges faced by youth aging out of foster care in securing and retaining housing, and the skills and supports they need to ensure a successful transition into independent living.  The panel will feature a conversation with youth speakers, service providers, public agencies, and funders, and include a discussion around the housing landscape, effective models, policy initiatives, and private funding opportunities.

Explore:
  • Challenges related to the application process and housing access/supply, the skills and supports needed to ensure a successful transition into independent living and post-secondary pathways, effective existing models, and needed reforms
  • How philanthropy can effectively support youth and organizations in this work, as well as work with partners to advance systemic change 
  • The development of a body of successful evidence-based practices to encourage systemic change, policy reform, and the creation of robust pathways at the city level

Presenters

Designed for

All interested funders.

Registration

2:45 - 3:00 PM  Check-in
3:00 - 5:00 PM  Program

Reception to follow at PNY

Registration is required by December 11th 

Members: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please log in and click the Register Now link above.

Guests of NYC Youth Funders: Please email nycyouthfunders@gmail.com with your name, title, organizational affiliation, business mailing address, and phone number. Please indicate by which organizer you were invited. (no fee)

Non-Member Funders: Please email register@philanthropynewyork.org. ($150 fee)

In collaboration with

New York Foster Youth Funders Group