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by Michael Seltzer, Trustee, EMpower-The Emerging Markets Foundation , and past President, Philanthropy New York Two days before the 44th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots that occurred on the streets of my own neighborhood,...
By Dr. John H. Jackson , President and CEO, The Schott Foundation for Public Education In April 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King reminded the country that “We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now….Life often leaves us standing...
Resources from Leaders in the Field A multitude of resources exists -- from recorded Philanthropy New York programming to articles to guide -- to support your racial equity learning. Thought Leadership Internal Operations ...
View materials and a recording of the webinar " Evaluation as a Tool for Equity – A Primer on Equitable Evaluation "
The Open Society Foundations have announced four directors for their new Global Programs.
The following jobs descriptions for program officer professionals were previously posted on PNY's Jobs Board. We update our sample job description resources as we post new positions on our site.
By: Bipasha Ray, New Executives Fund Project Director, Open Society Fellowship Program, Open Society Foundations
The lists provided here by The Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity are not exhaustive but do provide a range of resources that deal directly with the intersection of philanthropy and racial equity and/or diversity or explicitly address issues of institutional and structural racism.
The Center for Effective Philanthropy produced this report on Benchmarking Foundation Governance, with support from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.
... organizational information. Click on the tab labeled “ Org Roster” to add staff members (Add Contact), edit staff ... contact, please email info@philanthropynewyork. org . Administrative Contact Directions ...
Surdna Foundation President Phillip Henderson, who currently serves on three nonprofit boards, reflects on what his experiences have shown him about the importance of board service.
Philanthropy is so resource-rich it is hard to acknowledge that the work can be difficult. Whether you are helping to advance equity and inclusion in an organization or field, building a trusting relationship with partners, or finding new ways to engage with grantees or communities, there will be complexity, ambiguity, urgency and conflicts. Even equipped with outsized resources, technical know-how, and a detailed map, you and your partners will experience the sinking sponginess of the territory as you navigate its twists and turns. As part of our Philanthropy’s Reflective Practices project,...
The Foundation Administrator's Network's “Best Resources Swap Meet” lets members trade details on the best resources for administration, operations, HR, IT, etc., with others.
Twenty-two foundations and major donors signed a joint pledge to redouble their commitments to Puerto Rico.
... patterns and ways to prevent suicides across the state, Brett Harris, director of public health initiatives at the ...
15 Aug 2018
Wednesday, August 15, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
... webinar. Please email register@philanthropynewyork. org with any questions. In collaboration with Erasing ...
In this webinar, financial experts from the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) provided instruction on what to look for when reviewing nonprofit financials—imparting five steps for assessing financial health.
View materials and the live stream recording of the program, "Supporting Grantee Capacity."
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.