Philanthropy New York has launched several collaborative projects and initiatives to help grantmakers:
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The Open Society Foundations are seeking a special assistant to work within the Office of the President, supporting and representing the president of OSF in a wide range of functions and participating in multiple ad hoc projects within and outside OSF, occasionally as project leader.
The foundation will explore how corporate America is empowering people to build better lives.
The Schott Foundation for Public Education is pleased to announce that Ellen Meltzer has joined our team as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. In this role, Ellen will guide collaborative efforts with philanthropic partners, help leverage resources for grantee partners and support other efforts to increase the growth and sustainability of the foundation.
The New York Community Trust as named Rachel D. Pardoe as their new Program Officer.
Special education students at a Brooklyn charter school did not get mandated services and were punished for behavior that arose from their disabilities, a lawsuit claims.
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to criticism, whose laws and policies are open to debate and correction, and whose political institutions are open to the participation of all people. We seek to strengthen justice and the rule of law; broaden respect for human rights, including the rights of minorities; encourage pluralism and a robust diversity of opinion; deepen democratic practice and participation; expand economic equity; support effective governance; and invest in individuals, public and private organizations, and social movements that advance these goals.
John A. Hartford Foundation Senior Program Officer, Nora OBrien-Suric, explores health resources and networks available for aging adults.
Networking, in its simplest form, is learning from your peers and listening to their experienced voices. Through working groups, networks, committees, one-on-one connections, and sector initiatives, Philanthropy New York provides the time and space for relationships within the philanthropic community to grow.
Philanthropy New York manages and supports several professional peer networks around role and interest and issue-based working groups around funding areas.
A Philanthropy New York International Grantmakers Network program.