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Learn how the IRS Form 990 and financial statements can best be used together to interpret the financial status of an organization.
A sample of IRS form 990, which is an annual reporting return that certain federally tax-exempt organizations must file with the IRS. It provides information on the filing organization's mission, programs, and finances.
The state Commission to Examine Nonprofit Human Services Organizations Closures published this report, New York Nonprofits in the Aftermath of FEGS: A Call to Action. The Human Services Council (HSC) convened the commission to examine the systemic problems contributing to the instability of so many nonprofit human services organizations, and we brought together stakeholders from philanthropy, academia, direct service, nonprofit coalitions, and others with nonprofit expertise to reflect on the sector in an effort to deliver thoughtful and succinct recommendations through a nine-month process...
View materials for the program "The IRS Form 990 as a Tool for Understanding Organizational Capacity."
Philanthropy New York has partnered with the Council on Foundations to conduct a salary survey of New York City metro area foundations. Philanthropy New York members must log in to access the reports.
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.
Philanthropy New York, formerly the New York Regional Association of Grantmakers ("NYRAG")), is committed to protecting the personal information you provide when you visit our websites, mobile websites and applications and otherwise interact with...
A 2013 study conducted by MORE Magazine and the Verizon Foundation found that 81 percent of domestic violence victims experience with chronic health problems, proving that domestic abuse is not only a criminal issue, but a public health issue as...
This issue brief uses newly available data to understand how health insurers fared financially during the ACA’s first year of full reforms.
We are delighted to feature one of Philanthropy New York’s newest members, The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (ACBP), in the first edition of our Member Spotlight. We asked Jeffrey R. Solomon , ACBP’s President, about...
Coming out of a historic meeting that brought together philanthropic leaders from Canada, Mexico and the United States, more than 80 philanthropic leaders have joined in solidarity and pledged to work to reduce poverty and increase opportunity for...
A $75 million donation from Bloomberg Philanthropies and $45 million more from Frank McCourt, Jr. to arts nonprofit The Shed puts to the test whether mega-donors see New York City or Los Angeles as the national art capital of the future.
A report from the Commonwealth Fund finds nursing homes that used telemedicine to provide after-hours care significantly reduced hospitalization rates for their residents, compared with facilities not using this service.
In the past few years, training programs promising on-ramps to high-paying tech jobs have sprung up across the country, drawing attention from the media, government leaders, and the general public. The rapid growth of these new models for tech training – often designed to fill the projected growth in information and communication technology (ICT) jobs – raises questions about how best to classify and understand these programs and their role and value in workforce development more generally. This report examines the reasons for the tech training hype and proposes a taxonomy of training...
View the presentation and recording of our June 28th Webinar, " Young Leaders Breakfast Club: Information Session ."
Workforce training is a cheaper, more cost-effective economic development option for states and cities than corporate "megadeals," a new report from Good Jobs First has found.
Beyond the clinical syndromes of microcephaly, intrauterine growth restriction, and fetal demise, several clinical studies have observed eye malformations and pathology in neonates born to mothers infected with ZIKV during pregnancy.
This brief provides an overview of the philanthropic response and documents best practices and lessons learned that can inform current and future efforts to address the needs of immigrants and refugees in California and across the nation.
The Council on Foundations, in collaboration with the Foundation Center, created this first-ever analysis of international grantmaking by U.S. community foundations.