We invite PNY members to participate in the annual Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Survey, which collects data on compensation and benefits costs among community, private, operating and public foundations.
While communities like Brownsville decry the lack of accessible healthcare services in their communities, they are also recognizing that good health outcomes for their neighbors rely on lots of other factors that they can help improve.
Philanthropy New York’s 37th Annual Meeting last week focused on “Rethinking American Justice” and, while the programming received considerable praise from members, we know we have much more work to do.
From the Black Lives Matter movement to the school-to-prison-pipeline to Wall Street divestment from the “prison-industrial-complex,” many streams of public dialogue are coming together to undergird our discussion on “Rethinking American Justice.”
Philanthropy New York’s Board of Directors is one of the most highly engaged boards with which I have ever worked. Not only do they show up (!) but they attend their quarterly board meetings well prepared and ready to explore complicated membership...