NYCYF events provide opportunities for Youth Funders to network, share lessons learned, explore new challenges facing New York City youth, and examine the City’s philanthropic and public response to these issues. The network also creates venues in which local funders can learn from youth programming, research, and policy experts, both locally and nationally. In addition to in-person meetings, NYCYF uses diverse vehicles including webinars, conference calls, LIST-SERVS, and policy briefs to communicate with its constituents.
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Unlocking the Potential of Young People: Effective Strategies for Engaging Youth
May 17, 2016
The New York City Youth Funders, Philanthropy New York, and The New York Community Trust invite you to attend this briefing for private and public funders.
We all want young people to thrive, make positive choices, and reach their potential. But engaging youth in any community can be challenging and requires all sectors to consider new ways of doing business. Join us to learn how to reach young people in disadvantaged communities.
THE DISCUSSION AT THIS FORUM WILL ENABLE US TO:
- Share strategies for engaging all young people in disadvantaged communities, particularly those living in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments
- Hear from nonprofit leaders and policy makers about how they are working to engage young people as meaningful partners in community change
- Discuss how philanthropy can support these efforts
- NYCHA residents and young people
- NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
- Youth participant
- NYC Public Housing Authority
- The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
- University Settlement
- Green City Force
- Red Hook Initiative
Moderated by Natasha Lifton and Roderick Jenkins
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 13, 2016