Networks & Working Groups

Peer Networks

Philanthropy New York manages and supports several professional peer networks. Network meetings are a place where participants can share advice and offer support on topics and issues that cover the full scope of their professional work. Peer networks also help members stay connected to each other and abreast of current issues that relate to their work.

Professional Interest Peer Networks:

Working Groups

Philanthropy New York organizes local issue-focused working groups to help members connect. In addition to providing valuable professional connections, these groups enable members to pool resources, develop initiatives and programs and draw on the collective expertise to work on common interests.

Issue-based Working Groups:

(* Colleague networks/groups managed independently of PNY)

National Philanthropy Serving Organizations

Philanthropy New York is part of a rich ecosystem of philanthropy-serving organizations. To find additional networks and affinity groups by role, funding area, or practice, visit the United Philanthropy Forum's website.




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