This is part 1 of Philanthropy New York’s ‘Our Journey’ series which will highlight various internal shifts our organization has made to take the necessary steps towards becoming an anti-ractist organization as outlined in our Strategic Framework.
Up to $500,000 is available state-wide to provide New York charter schools a critical resource to address early reading difficulties and to support the state’s youngest students in overcoming these hurdles.
The grant will help Sheridan Memorial Hospital implement an innovative behavioral health care model that provides assessment, treatment, and healing to patients experiencing crisis in a comforting setting.
Philanthropy New York recently celebrated the promotion of Ariane Cruz to a new, full-time permanent position as the Manager for Public Policy and Collaboration following a successful two-year fellowship.
Over the past year, PNY has facilitated a series of conversations about how to strengthen funder understanding and practices that support nonprofits during leadership transitions, especially those involving BIPOC leaders.