At the 2017 Conference on Scaling Impact, funders, advisors and leaders from across the social sector gather to share knowledge, hear about co-funding opportunities and cultivate a community to help scale successful, evidence-based initiatives.
The conference includes presentations from foundation and nonprofit leaders, as well as knowledge-building sessions and peer networking opportunities. This year's theme is Breaking Through: What Can Philanthropy Do Differently to Achieve Game Changing Results.
- Phil Buchanan, President, The Center for Effective Philanthropy
- Atul Gawande, surgeon, author, and Founder, Ariadne Labs
- Nicky Goren, President and Chief Executive Officer, Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation
- Clara Miller, Director & President, F.B. Heron Foundation
- Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pulitzer-prize winning composer, lyricist, and author
- Luis A. Miranda, Jr., Managing Partner, MirRam Group
- Kerry Sullivan, President, Bank of America Foundation
- Kelvin Taketa, Chief Executive Officer, Hawaii Community Foundation
- Kate Wolford, President, The McKnight Foundation
Foundation officers, philanthropists, corporate executives, trustees, wealth managers and philanthropy advisors interested in learning about innovative methods to support high-impact nonprofits in education, youth development, poverty alleviation, health and impact investing.
Space is limited. We encourage you to register soon.
Members only: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please click on the link above. Philanthropy New York members will receive a nearly 50% registration discount. To receive the discount, click on the registration link above and indicate in the drop down menu that you are invited by Philanthropy New York.
Additional Complimentary Opportunities for NYC Funders (space is limited; first-come, first-served basis):
- Session on Systems Change and Integrated Cross-Sector Collaborations
- Closed Door Session with Atul Gawande (for Health Funders)
Funders do not need to attend the Conference to attend these sessions, which are free of charge for NYC Funders.
Any questions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212-551-1148.