The answer to that question can be entirely superficial – or it can reveal something profound about a person’s goals and aspirations. It’s the question that we at PNY have tried to answer in our next five-year Strategic Plan.
This year’s Joint Policy Institute of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers and the National Council of Nonprofits was a valuable opportunity for building national and local partnerships across the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors.
Last Sunday, a group of funders published an ad in The New York Times and The Washington Post calling attention to our nation’s moment of crisis. It was an unapologetic call for dialogue leading to a more just and equal America.
Leadership in philanthropy doesn’t just happen on its own. It grows from practice, from growing your networks, and from learning alongside peers. Autumn is when Philanthropy New York’s committees, networks and issue-based working groups...