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12 Jun 2015

C-Suite Session: Engaging Talent That Reflects the Communities We Serve

Friday, June 12, 2015 -
9:00am to 3:00pm
What makes a vibrant, thriving community great is a merging of diverse cultures and backgrounds which leads to a confluence of new perspectives and a greater understanding of the strength in our differences.
24 Mar 2015

Administrative Relief and Philanthropy Webinar Series - Making the Case for Immigrant-Related Grantmaking: A Funder Conversation on Messaging and Communication Strategies that Work

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -
2:00pm to 3:30pm
Grappling with how to make the case to support immigrant-related work within your foundation? Wondering how other funders are connecting immigration issues—including implementation of the new executive actions—to diverse grantmaking priorities, from...

Partnering for Change: Learning Together to Make a Bigger Impact

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PNY Executive Coordinator Nick Collins talks about the Service for Impact working group and the growing corporate commitment to long-term volunteer programs and partnerships with community-based nonprofits.

Clinton, Roberts and Three Other Amazing Women Leaders at PNY’s Annual Meeting

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In conversation with Robin Roberts, Sec. Clinton discussed the No Ceilings initiative, #BringBackOurGirls, education, presidential politics and strategies to full equality. Philanthropy New York’s 35th Annual Meeting also featured Anu Bhagwati,...


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Benchmarking Diversity: A First Look at New York City Foundations and Nonprofits

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This report examines the racial, gender, sexuality, and disability staff demographics of participating New York City-area foundations and nonprofits. It also looks at grantmaking policies and data collection around diversity and inclusion, examines the institutional capacities of nonprofit organizations, and looks at the range of ways that nonprofits define themselves as “minority-led.”