14 Jun 2022
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02 Aug 2022
Tuesday, August 2, 2022 -
2:00pm to 3:00pm
**This program is Part 3 of a three-part series for the Oral and Alternate Reporting Working Group. Please see below for more details and to register for all sessions.** Since 2020, many funders have embraced new ways of...
Beatriz de la Torre, currently Managing Director of Housing & Homelessness, has been named Chief Philanthropy Officer, effective May 1.
Most of the grants are aimed at addressing urgent issues—the concurrent crises of housing affordability, mental health, community safety, and asylum seekers.
Philanthropy New York has been working to deepen our own learning, and that of our members, about structural racism and its roots in our history, culture, and institutions. We design programs, curate conversations, and share resources that equip our...
David Biemesderfer of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, writes, "Whenever there is a new Congress and new Presidential administration, it is a critical moment for all sectors to ensure they are being heard—philanthropy included."
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.
Staff list and contact information for Philanthropy New York.
By Penny Fujiko Willgerodt Executive Director, Prospect Hill Foundation (This post originally appeared in OnEarth Magazine on June 11, 2010 and is reprinted with permission.) We at the Gulf Coast Fund have noticed people asking...
Philanthropy New York's Kimberly Roberts Interviews Julie Kashen and Rakeen Mabud, Authors of Nevertheless, It Persists: Disrupting the Vicious Cycle of Institutionalized Sexism Kimberly Roberts, Public Policy Fellow at...
Philanthropic grants will fund 28 fellows conducting scholarly research in the social sciences and humanities.
2018 PNY Public Policy Slate
The report is a result of a six month study conducted with the NYC Nonprofit Board Development Coalition, led by NYC Service, which assessed nonprofit board composition, board policies, as well as procedures. The study discovered that nonprofit leadership demographics do not reflect the diversity of New York City; DEI is valued, but not effectively addressed; representation in leadership matters; board complacency and resistance to change impede DEI; and boards may be perpetuating harmful biases.