2/20/14 - Donor Briefings at The Trust
Donor Briefings at The Trust
Developers working with our grantee, ArtSpace, are building affordable housing and studios for artists, their families, and the vibrant community of East Harlem. Instead of starting from scratch, P.S. 109 on East 99th Street is being renovated to house this community project. They couldn’t have picked a better building with copper-clad cupolas peeking over the Manhattan skyline.
At a briefing held at The Trust this week, Kelley Lindquist of ArtSpace told donors how public and private funds, in addition to historic preservation tax credits, help their organization convert empty buildings across the country into lofts and apartments for artists.
If you missed the briefing, don’t worry. There will be more dedicated to the de Blasio administration’s agenda for social services, reducing crime through community policing; early literacy projects in our Brooke Astor Fund; and more.
Please RSVP to Maggie Murphy at (212) 686-0010 x353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, March 12 | 6-7:30 PM
Strengthening Social Services for New York’s Neediest: The de Blasio Administration’s Agenda | Speakers: Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, New York City deputy mayor for health and human services, and Trust program director Len McNally. Note: Doors open at 5:30 PM.
Wednesday, April 23 | 6-7:30 PM
Reducing Crime While Preserving Rights: The Role of Community Policing in Keeping New Yorkers Safe | Speakers: Richard M. Aborn, president of Citizens Crime Commission of New York, and Trust program officer Roderick V. Jenkins. Note: Doors open at 5:30 PM.
Thursday, April 10 | 12:30-1:30 PM
The Brooke Astor Fund: Helping Kids Read Well to Do Well | Speakers: Michael J. Kieffer, expert in literacy education, NYU Steinhardt School, and Trust program officer Shawn Morehead. Note: Doors open at 12:15 and lunch is included.
Thursday, October 9 | 12:30-1:30 PM
What You Should Know Before You Give: Evaluating Nonprofits | Speakers: Trust chief financial officer Alan Holzer, and controller Heidi Hotzler. Note: Doors open at 12:15 and lunch is included.