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.
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.
A final report on the Coalition for New Philanthropy, which sought to take best practices developed by pooled funds and philanthropic advisors serving communities of color and make these resources available to other professionals and philanthropists.
State of the Apes: Industrial Agriculture and Ape Conservation, is the second in a series of global reports examining the threats and solutions associated with industrial agriculture through the lens of ape conservation.
This report examines the use of enrollment contracts by various colleges—specifically, those provisions that restrict the ways in which students and former students can seek any redress of grievances against these institutions, should they feel the need.
Police frequently encounter youth running away from home, violating curfew, skipping school, and chronically disobeying adults—misbehavior that can often stem from family conflict and that does not require justice involvement.
Far more than just places to check out books and do research, the city’s branch libraries now offer a growing number of critical programs and services that help New Yorkers develop the basic literacy, language, technology and workforce skills that are essential to succeeding in today’s knowledge economy.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and state Sen. Daniel Squadron’s Early Childhood Development Task Force released a report showing the need for a greater financial investment in early childhood development through age 3.