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An in-depth profile of Philanthropy New York’s “Money and Power in Post-Election America: Where Is Philanthropy?” conference.
An op-ed by Greg Anrig, Vice President of Policy and Programs at The Century Foundation.
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By the year 2000, more than 80% of the City’s trash was sent to four of the city’s 59 community districts to be stored and bundled for shipment out of state.
Meet peers who fund in healthcare and learn more about each other’s work and goals for the year. This meeting will also serve as an opportunity to learn how you can become engaged with this network of peers over the course of the year.
”Public Policy Work” in foundations is like the proverb of the elephant being described by several blind men — each has a very different description of what it is based on their personal experience of it. Is it government relations?
Advocacy groups are pushing for changes in New York policy to attack what they say is a rising tide of hunger among the working poor, children and the elderly while combating obesity and boosting farming.
The charter school chain Success Academy is being criticized for its high suspension rate, as parents complain that special-needs kids are pushed out and students are being denied due process.