Philanthropy New York has launched several collaborative projects and initiatives to help grantmakers:
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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.
Connect with national groups around funding areas and professional interests.
As an organization, Philanthropy New York promotes effective, strategic philanthropy and supports meaningful collaboration and knowledge-sharing for funders and their g
If you are looking at this webpage, you are likely considering a career transition into philanthropy or simply searching for your first job.
Fiscal sponsorship is one of the many ways Philanthropy New York is a proactive conduit for bringing member-generated, member-driven initiatives to fruition.
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
Kristen Ruff serves as Vice President of Member Services. She works with PNY's executive team to create and implement the organization's member engagement strategy; provides key support to PNY members through professional peer networks, membership-related initiatives and member research; leads our leadership development programming for young professionals; and coordinates the organization’s knowledge management work.
Although Philanthropy New York was formed to serve grantmaking organizations, we provide additional resources and services to grantseekers as part of our commitment to strengthening the nonprofit sector. However, please note that Philanthropy New York does not make grants.
New York Foster Youth Funders Group is a peer network of grantmakers who are funding or interested in the area of foster youth in New York.
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, foster an exchange of useful information and nurture the growth of a vibrant learning community.
Staff list and contact information for Philanthropy New York.
Working Groups on education, health care, women and girls, veterans, volunteerism, aging, juvenile justice, workforce development and other issues are central to our policy efforts. Get the latest news on those groups.
Members of Philanthropy New York's Board of Directors.
Angela Glover Blackwell is the Founder and CEO of PolicyLink, a leading voice in the movement to use public policy to improve access and