Our members produce issues-related programming — PNY Members Briefings — where funders can learn from one another and from distinguished leaders and experts. PNY staff will be pleased to assist with the planning process, publicity, registration, and other logistical support. Review our guidelines to learn more about developing a Members Briefing and submit a preliminary planning form.
This special supplement includes eleven perspectives on “scaling what works”—what it means, what it takes to do it right, and what needs to happen to increase the impact of successful solutions to social challenges.
A skyrocketing stock market helped boost the assets of the Gates, Hewlett, and other big foundations last year to their highest levels since the Great Recession gutted endowments six years ago, according to a new Chronicle survey.
A study by The European Foundation Centre and the Council on Foundations highlighting how grantmakers can be more effective and strategic in addressing disasters by following eight principles of good disaster management.
This plan lays out the vision and goals that Philanthropy New York will pursue for the three-year period of 2014 through 2016. The ambitious work we envision for the next three years builds on the successful accomplishments over the last three years, based on our current strategic plan. Those successes are a direct result of the strong and vibrant partnership between Philanthropy New York and our members.
In this NYSHealth-supported report, the Children’s Defense Fund identifies ways to sustain New York State’s school-based health centers (SBHCs), while also achieving the goals of the Medicaid Redesign initiative, to serve New York’s most at-risk children.
This study, conducted by D. Capital Partners, is part of the Open Society Education Support Program’s efforts to identify innovative financing mechanisms and approaches that can increase the availability and allocation of resources for education systems.
"Opening Up: Demystifying Funder Transparency" explores how transparency can strengthen credibility, improve grantee relationships, facilitate greater collaboration, increase public trust, reduce duplication of effort, and build communities of shared learning.
This National Council for Research on Women primer is a composite snapshot of extreme to near poverty in the U.S. today and the special challenges it poses for women. Compiling the research of leading scholars and policy thinkers, the primer highlights the realities and (non-) choices available to women living in poverty.
The 20 states choosing not to expand their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act are forgoing billions of dollars in federal funds, while residents in their states are contributing to the cost of the expansions in other states, according to a new Commonwealth Fund study.