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In conversation with Alvin Louis Starks
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Philanthropy New York
79 Fifth Ave., 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
4:15pm – 6:00pm
The NYBIP Leadership Team would like to extend our deepest thanks to all of you who joined us at the July 18th NYBIP Breakfast - Black Communities and Philanthropy, with Maya Wiley, Founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion.
Thank you for helping us launch our four-part series to inform and shape NYBIP’s work plan for 2013. We share our gratitude to the Center for Social Inclusion for launching our program series and Philanthropy New York for co-sponsoring this important event. We especially want to acknowledge and sincerely thank Maya Wiley, Mark Monteverdi and Nur Ibrahim.
You can download a copy of the Powerpoint Presentation here.
NYBIP Breakfast Event on Black Communities and Philanthropy Part1
NYBIP Breakfast Event on Black Communities and Philanthropy Part.2
To join as NYBIP Member, Ally or Institutional Member, please complete this form: NYBIP Membership Application Form
We look forward to working with and seeing you again soon!
With Warm Regards,
NYBIP Leadership Team
March 16 Breakfast Event on Philanthropy in African American Communities:
"What Black Philanthropy Needs Now" is a breakfast event occurring this Friday, March 16, 2012 that will discuss philanthropy in black communities. Melissa L. Bradley, CEO of Tides Foundation, and Nathaniel “Toby” Thompkins, vice president of Twenty-First Century Foundation powered by Tides, will host the event. From 8:30 am to noon, they will engage members of the social and racial justice community to discuss challenges and opportunities. The event will occur at the Foundation Center: 79 Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, and it will help inform a thought paper. If you'd like to attend, you'll need to e-mail ASAP: email@example.com.
The NYBIP Leadership Team
The best way to increase your impact is to get involved! NYBIP will have its first open meeting on September 14th and we invite you to join us. You don't have to be on the leadership team or even a member. We're looking to hear new ideas, generate new energy, and gain new teammates as we continue our work.
Date: Wednesday, September 14
Time: 4-6 pm
Place: Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation
6 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
The meeting will focus on planning details for NYBIP's fall events and on strategizing how the organization can continue to grow during the upcoming year. You'll have a chance to be creative, voice your ideas, and work with us to make them happen. You'll also learn how to sign up as a member and to participate on the leadership team and on working groups. Opportunities are wide open!
All that we ask is that you RSVP by clicking the following link so that we know how many attendees to plan for:
The NYBIP Leadership Team
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