In partnership with GoodShepherdNYC , Redlich Horowitz Foundation releases a new guide, “Promoting Supportive, Lasting Adult Connections for Older Youth in Foster Care: Good Shepherd Services’ Permanency Pact Program."
The Foundation Financial Managers Group (FFMG), continuing its annual effort to provide comparative information on foundation administrative costs, invites you to participate in the 2018 FFMG Administrative Expense Survey. Using data gathered in the survey, FFMG calculates average expense ratios for New York area foundations. Many foundations use these ratios for a group of comparable foundations as part of their budgeting process. We have tried to minimize the effort required to participate in the survey by limiting the information requested to essential items, using data already entered on...
In 2017, a small group of funders came together to create a learning community about the upcoming 2020 census, and to consider ways in which philanthropy could play a role in ensuring a fair and accurate census count.That group became PNY's 2020 Census Work Group . Working with the membership of PNY's upstate sister organization New York Funders Alliance , an expanded group of funders and philanthropic member associations established New York State Grantmakers for Census Equity , a collaboration through which funders can coordinate the allocation of resources towards census-...
The number of women who speak at key policy-shaping conferences across Europe is far below that of their male peers. Looking at five years of high-level conferences in Europe, this report finds that a woman has only one opportunity to speak for every three times a man speaks.
2018 is a pivotal year on the road to Census 2020. Early field preparations have started; the ‘dress rehearsal’ will take place in Providence County, RI; and the Census Bureau must finalize counting methods and develop a multi-faceted communications plan. As the pace of census activities accelerates, we recap the major policy issues to watch in the coming months.
One in four students report getting bullied, but not all student groups experience the same prevalence of bullying, according to a new study from YouthTruth. YouthTruth recently analyzed anonymous feedback from more than 180,000 students across 37 states in grades five through 12 to understand how much, in what ways, and why students are being bullied.
New Southern Community Leaders' newest report, " As the South Grows: Weathering the Storm ," explores opportunities for philanthropy to invest in environmental, racial and climate justice in the South.
Over the past 12 years, public charter school enrollment has tripled in response to the growing demands for high-quality public school options. Charter schools currently serve more than 3 million students and there are now more than 200 school districts where 10 percent or more of their public school students attend charter schools.