Please join Philanthropy New York's Education Working Group and the New York City Youth Funders for a session focused on the state of youth services at the local, state, and federal levels - with a focus on the role of effective advocacy during times of fiscal and political change.
- The current knowledge of the landscape of funding sources from city, state, and federal budgets for in-school and out-of-school time youth sectors
- Areas of concerns for the various youth populations in New York City, particularly those most vulnerable
- The impact of the new federal tax law on funding for youth nonprofits
- The need to be pro-active in defining the needs of service providers
- An approach to philanthropic funding that will sustain and enhance non profit advocacy work
- Laurie Dien, Vice President - Programs, The Pinkerton Foundation
- John Albert, Analyst, Bolton-St.Johns
- Jennifer March, Executive Director, Citizens' Committee for Children
- Susan Stamler, Executive Director, United Neighborhood Houses
- Michelle Yanche, Associate Executive Director for Government and External Relations, Good Shepherd Services
- Doug Bauer (Moderator), Executive Director, The Clark Foundation
- Carolyn O'Brien, Vice President and Program Officer, JP Morgan Private Banking
All interested funders.
Registration is required by March 12th.
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