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At this FAN meeting, Amanda Fugazy walked attendees through the new risks facing nonprofits by misclassifying employees – in particular, consultants, volunteers, and interns. Both the IRS and the Department of Labor are undertaking efforts to identify cases of misclassification in order to recoup unpaid taxes. With back wages, benefits, lawyers and accountant fees, penalties and staff time, the costs can be very high to an organization.
Rockefeller Foundation Senior Program Associate, Amira Bliss, analyzes the "social innovation lab."
... employees. The City of New York annually contracts out $ 5 billion in social services to nonprofit organizations that ...
Carla Washington, Executive Director of Direct Care Alliance discusses the advocacy efforts that would bring policy changes to improve the financial security and stability for direct care workers and their families.
Brett Davidson, the Director of the Health Media Initiative at the Open Society Foundations, discusses how online video can be used as a powerful tool for promoting causes and connecting a wide array of audiences to nonprofits.
Via The Commonwealth Fund, three researchers from Georgetown University Health Policy Institute’s Center on Health Insurance Reforms put the IT issues encountered during the rollout of the Affordable Care Act into perspective, comparing them to a...
By Shawn Dove Campaign Manager, Campaign for Black Male Achievement Open Society Foundations How do we as a nation now heal from the open wound caused by the Zimmerman verdict? Words from Rev...
by Luis A. Ubiñas, President, Ford Foundation Over the past half-decade, as the country has suffered through a deep, persistent economic downturn, America’s work support programs have served as an essential backstop for millions of...
by Riki Wilchins, Executive Director, TrueChild As an action tank focused on promoting gender analysis, we were recently approached by another organization with a sizable grant who wanted help identifying major U.S. funders with a...
03 Mar 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 -
7:00am to 10:00am
... the programs that do exist. Building on its existing 5 -year commitment of 250 million dollars, JPMorgan Chase is investing 5 million dollars over the next two years towards summer ...
“Neither a borrower nor a lender be” is a well-known early seventeenth century sound bite (from Shakespeare’s Hamlet; Polonius’ advice to his son, Laertes). Yet sound bites or one-sentence quotes found in cute management books are no way to manage a...
Independent Sector President and CEO, Diana Aviv, recaps the Threads NYC event and explores the importance of creating connections to spur social change.
Betsy Dubovsky, Executive Director of The Staten Island Foundation, discusses Staten Island's unique challenges and opportunities.
In response to interest in this year's round of applications, Stephanie Chrispin, inaugural Public Policy Fellow at Philanthropy New York, talks about what it’s really like in the trenches.
What is the point of going to Washington to talk to our congressional delegation when legislative gridlock and election-year politics mean that nothing is going to happen this year?
... New York that built on this momentum. PNY’s May 5 event “School Integration in NYC: New Research, Changing ...
Emily Gustafsson-Wright and Sophie Gardiner of The Brookings Institution encourage philanthropic actors to consider the high potential impact of contributing outcome funds to supplement government funding.
Earlier this month, the Philanthropy New York Board of Directors approved two official statements regarding indirect costs in government contracts with nonprofits.
Report finds that tens of thousands of low-income girls in NYC lack strong, consistent nurturance from well-supported and well-prepared adults.