This New York City Workforce Funders Quarterly Meeting will focus on effective workforce strategies for Immigrants in NYC. Join us for this discussion, as our expert panelists address the challenges, trends and current workforce services for immigrants.
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Given the increased focus and investment early childhood services and systems in NYC, it is an exciting time to align, coordinate, and possibly increase private investments to maximize impact for high quality early childhood services and the syste
What do you do when you only have a photo and a few lines of text to get noticed?
Global Perspectives, Universal Connections
A half-day conference focusing on inspirational stories and practical learning that all grantmakers can apply to their work.
In the wake of Congressional inaction on federal immigration reform, President Barack Obama announced on November 20, 2014, the Immigration Accountability Executive Action, which provides nearly five million unauthorized immigrant
Part of Our "Beyond the Program Grant" Series.
The largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. continue to struggle with high rates of poverty and inequality, affecting both cities and suburbs.
This webinar is limited to private and family foundation staff and trustees only. This month, we are extending a special invitation to Community Foundations.
What makes a vibrant, thriving community great is a merging of diverse cultures and backgrounds which leads to a confluence of new perspectives and a greater understanding of the strength in our differences.
Join us as family donors from around the country gather for the third National Summit on Family Philanthropy. This Summit will focus on the theme: Better Together: Stronger Collaboration for Smarter Philanthropy.
After years of advocacy by young people, parents, educators, and communities, New York City is re-examining its approach to school safety and discipline.
Philanthropy New York hosts group informational interviews to explore career paths in the philanthropic sector, as part of our "Interested in Working at a Foundation" series.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if an unexpected event occurred at your organization and you needed to communicate with the press, your board and your staff?
For more than two million youth and young adults in the United States, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) offers first-time access to the American Dream.
The Rising Importance of Cities - Philanthropy New York Spotlight Series
Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) is a set of continuous computer hacking processes, often conducted by a group such as a government with the capability and intent to persistently and effectively target a specific entity.
With recent policy wins such as the NYC Earned Sick Time Act, the NYC Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, women (and men) have some important new protections.