The Commonwealth Fund is launching a new series of publications on the history of Medicare.
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Charter Schools in Perspective is a joint project of the Spencer Foundation and Public Agenda.
The Century Foundation has released a report detailing President Obama's most impactful executive actions.
The Century Foundation has released report examining NYC's universal pre-k program.
New York Foundation the connectivity between advocacy groups and community members.
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.
View materials and the live stream recording of the program, "Economic Inequality and Mobility: Looking at the Evidence to Inform Philanthropy’s Actions."
View materials and the live stream recording of the program, "Program Related Investment: the Promise and Pitfalls."
CEP explores impact investing of private foundations.
New report takes a deep dive into the Close to Home programs.
We examine the challenges of actually implementing the OMB Uniform Guidance, the lack of clarity about how State and City governments will respond and the potential implications for philanthropy.
Several local organizations compile lists of office space available in the NYC metro area at nonprofits and foundations.
The Center for an Urban Future documents how lack of funding is decimating New York City public libraries.
The new Fiscal Policy Institute report explores wage games in New York City.
The Center for Effective Philanthropy has released a report to help funders assess nonprofits.
The Nonprofit Revitalization Act made significant changes to the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law.
The Foundation Center and the Campaign for Black Male Achievement released a report examining the work being done to improve the outcomes of Black males.
View materials and the live stream recording of the program, "The Mainstreaming of Mental Health: Grappling with City, State and Federal Developments Poised to Dramatically Alter Behavioral Health Programs."