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Philanthropy New York is a professional community of grantmaking organizations based in the New York City area.
From 2012 to 2013, Philanthropy New York tracked news coverage of Hurricane Sandy response and recovery efforts.
We would like to thank the following individuals for serving as Board Chairs:
John R. Coleman, President, The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
Jane Lee Eddy, Executive Director, Taconic Foundation
One of the many ways our members may become more involved in Philanthropy New York is by serving on a board committee.
Committee members lead, recommend and develop policies that help us shape our organization.
New York PhilanthroPost Editorial Board members (1) regularly suggest topics and/or writers for the Opinions & Insights column and (2) scan media coverage of issues covered by the PhilanthroPost and send links to the Managing Editor.
Members of Philanthropy New York's Board of Directors.
Board meetings are held at Philanthropy New York's office unless otherwise noted: 1500 Broadway, 7th Floor (between Broadway and 43rd Street).
Angela Glover Blackwell is the Founder and CEO of PolicyLink, a leading voice in the movement to use public policy to improve access and
Information about types of Philanthropy New York membership and dues calculations.
From meeting space and fiscal sponsorships to recommendations and sector research, Philanthropy New York offers members a wide variety of special services designed to help our member organizations.
We see policy work as a way to achieve our mission of promoting — and protecting — philanthropy and a strong nonprofit sector in the region. We are strengthening the voice of our foundation community to create greater giving impact.
Philanthropy New York has launched several collaborative projects and initiatives to help grantmakers:
Each year Philanthropy New York offers nearly 150 programs and events designed to support the professional development of staff at a range of grantmaking organizations, engage members in discussions about topics key to effective philanthropy, fost
As the Senior Vice President of Public Policy & Communications, Michael Hamill Remaley directs all communications and research activities for Philanthropy New York; develops and executes public policy strategies and activities; monitors legislative and regulatory activity to inform members and other external audiences of pending issues at the federal, state, and city levels that may impact philanthropy and nonprofits; and serves as a key organizational and sector voice in informing and educating public policymakers about the scope and impact of foundation and corporate giving in New York.
Philanthropy New York compiled information about organizations that established designated funds for Hurricane Sandy recovery and rebuilding.
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