This report is the newest entry in GEO's Smarter Grantmaking Playbook.
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PCIN can help providers improve their practices so they can fully participate in this rapidly evolving healthcare environment.
This resource examines the causes and dimensions of the women's wealth gap and provides recommendations and best practices for grantmakers to reduce the women's wealth gap and improve women's access to the wealth escalator.
The report identifies cultural nuances, policies and trends that practitioners should be aware of as they design locally relevant programs.
This guidebook aims to help campuses overcome common barriers as they embark on significant initiatives and provide a blueprint for a smoother pathway through the complex process of change.
The guide is geared toward the needs of all students, kindergarten through twelfth grade, and incorporates distinctions and recommendations based on the specific ages and stages of students’ development.
Philanthropy New York has released of a case study produced by an external researcher documenting the formation, challenges and ultimate success of the Education Funders Research Initiative – an unusual funder collaborative that brought together funders for and against charter schools, funders with different views of testing and accountability, and funders with vastly different approaches to supporting education reform to identify and advance shared priorities.
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The Century Foundation looks at racial segregation in concentrated areas of poverty.
New York State continues to lead the nation in the adoption of the medical home model, as measured by the number of practices recognized as Patient-Centered Medical Homes by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and the number of providers working in those practices.
Our members can use the Checklist to see how many ways they can take advantage of their PNY membership and its benefits.
The Strengthening Communities effort builds upon several parallel work streams among human services providers, NYC philanthropic leaders and their colleagues at the City University of New York.
MS. Foundation for Women has completed a survey to find solutions to overcome gender inequality.
Ms. Foundation, Georgetown Law Center and Human Rights Project for Girls outlines the history of abused girls who enter the juvenile justice system.
Wallace Foundation examines necessary attributes beyond academic skills that will help children succeed.
The book will help successful models and strategies to strengthen society.
From museums to film studios, the creative sector is one of New York City’s most important economic assets. But the city’s working artists, nonprofit arts groups and for-profit creative firms face a growing number of challenges.
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View the materials and recording of the webinar, "LinkedIn Program Reprise: Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile."
View the presentation from the program, "IT Security: Combat Advanced Persistent Threats."
Tiffany & Co. released its fifth annual Sustainability Report, which outlines Tiffany’s sustainability initiatives and ongoing commitment to environmental and social responsibility.