Philanthropy New York's recent audited financial documents and Form 990. For questions about the financial statements, please contact Ronna Brown at rbrown@PhilanthropyNewYork.org or 212-714-0699 ext. 206.
Foundation Center and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) announce the fourth edition of their annual research report, Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy 2017: Data to Drive Decisions. The new report documents $23 billion in private, public, corporate, and individual disaster-related giving to address major disasters and humanitarian crises that affected millions globally in 2015.
This report focuses on the different perspectives employers had of their role in workforce initiatives that create pipelines for middle-skill jobs. Better understanding employer perspectives can help workforce organizations, employers, and funders engage other health care employers in similar efforts to improve outcomes for workers while better meeting employer’s needs.
President Obama hosted the sixth White House Conference on Aging, joining older Americans and their families, caregivers, and advocates at the White House and virtually through hundreds of watch parties across the country. This final report is the result of that convening, and a year-long dialog with Americans on aging.
This report, First Do No Harm: Advancing Public Health in Policing Practices, details the cultural divide among the elements of the social safety net -- people lack access to physical and mental health care, social services, and housing options -- that amplify and sustain problems and offers recommendations on how law enforcement policymakers and practitioners—in collaboration with public health officials and harm reduction advocates—can enhance both public safety and community health.
PNY's annual reports examine the benefits of membership, including a Member Engagement Checklist and Member Engagement Profiles, and contain our financial statements, highlights from the past year and information about the Board, staff and member organizations of Philanthropy New York.
According to the latest edition of the Giving USA report from Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, individual charitable giving in the United States grew by almost 4 percent in 2012, and U.S. giving overall totaled $316.2 billion, a 3.5 percent increase from 2011.