Tuesday, December 18, 2012 -
1:00pm to 3:00pm EST
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Please join us for the fourth call in our series convening Philanthropy New York members to communicate and collaborate around Superstorm Sandy recovery funding.
This series of teleconferences is designed to let funders share decisions about recovery funding and exchange questions and up-to-the-minute knowledge with one another.
In the past, we’ve devoted a about ½ the call to government officials connected to the immediate relief efforts to better understand the full scope of the disaster, the pressing needs of communities and the best ways to help on rapid response. This call will include some government updates but will also focus on the activity among funders, government, nonprofits and others to organize around specific interest areas, such as housing, care for aging populations, youth programs, healthcare and long-term infrastructure and environmental planning.
We are in the process of gathering the speakers for this call, but we wanted to get the date out to you as soon as possible with the basic meeting information. You can check back to this page for speaker updates.
For more information about the hurricane relief efforts happening in the sector, please visit: http://www.philanthropynewyork.org/sandy.
- Sharae Brown, National Urban Fellow, New York State Health Foundation
- Ronna Brown, President, Philanthropy New York
- Nabila Chourdhury, Program Assistant, New York State Health Foundation
- Tom Giordano, Empire State Relief Fund
- Elizabeth D. Greenstein, Director of External Affairs, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development
- Patti Lieberman, Chair, A.L. Mailman Family Foundation
- Jenny Sharfstein Kane, Director of Programs, Mayor’s Fund for New York City
- Stewart Sarkozy-Banoczy, Director of Philanthropic Research and Initiatives, HUD Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation (IPI)
All interested funders.