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Philanthropy New York is committed to keeping our members up to date in the event of a disaster and have compiled these resources for funders looking to respond to and learn about developing and ongoing relief efforts associated with disasters...
37th Annual Meeting Re-Cap: Rethinking American Justice
*/ /*--> */ New York City - On May 10, 2016, Philanthropy New York held its 37th Annual Meeting, the programmatic elements of which focused on justice reform. The themes of the day's programming on "Rethinking American Justice"...
PNY Core: Impact Investing Series
The multi-part 2016 Impact Investing Series explore the many new ways funders can have a social impact using all of their financial resources.
Mass Shooting in Orlando: Resources and Networks for Action
National Teleconference for Funders June 22 @ 11a.m.: Response to Orlando Shooting For funders concerned about this tragedy and how to best respond, please join us for a national teleconference on June 22, 11 am-noon ET... Philanthropy New York is...
Angel Melendez joined Philanthropy New York in November of 2015. As the Guest Service Assistant, he works under the direction of the Officer Manager to ensure that Philanthropy New York’s members, guests, and employees receive exceptional, courteous...
Member Input on Official Statements on Indirect Costs
Philanthropy New York’s Public Policy Committee has voted to recommend that our organization formally approve two separate but related statements concerning indirect costs in government contracts. The next stage in our policy...
How Collaboration Can Spur Innovation and Spread Good Ideas (Part II)
While an upcoming collaborative program like the “ South Bronx Learning Tour ” on Aug. 4 will offer ideas for education funders, I have some thoughts on collaboration as a mechanism for spread and scale.
Maricella Espinosa-Blohm is Philanthropy New York’s current co-op intern from Northeastern University.