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- Bi-Monthly. In the past, Philanthropy New York members and other subscribers have received two news emails each month - our basic “Currents” newsletter and the “Philanthropy Connects” policy-focused email. Those will soon be rebranded “New York PhilanthroPost Monthly” and “New York PhilanthroPost Policy Download” respectively. If you want to continue receiving only those, chose the “Bi-Monthly” option on your profile.
- Weekly. If you’d like to get more timely information from us, chose “Weekly” to receive a once-a-week digest of philanthropy news of the region. These weekly e-Newsletters will include all the information of monthly newsletters, but will be in more digestible and timely portions.
- Daily. If you really want to stay on top of things and receive a short compendium of philanthropy new delivered to your inbox every morning of the work week, choose “Daily.”
To choose your e-delivery option:
- If you are not logged in, log in or create an account. You don’t need to be a PNY member to subscribe to PhilanthroPost News. Just create an account and tell us which news you’d like to receive.
- Once logged in, go to My Account (top right corner) and click Edit, then Edit Profile.
- Near the bottom of the profile page, find the “New York PhilanthroPost Frequency” field and choose Bi-Monthly, Weekly or Daily.
*Please note that the weekly and daily options can be chosen now and will launch in the fall of 2014 when we have our new New York PhilanthroPost Editor on board. In the meanwhile, all subscribers will receive bi-monthly e-newsletters.
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