These events are free and open to our donors, advisors, and their guests. Please contact Gay Young, our vice president for donor services, if you’d like to learn more about joining our community of donors.
New York Community Trust guests take a guided tour of the New-York Historical Society’s galleries
Donors Nancy and Jay Talbot
An educator gives The Trust community an inside look at how the Citizenship Project uses items from their collection to illuminate American history for those applying for citizenship. Read more about the project.
Board Member Raffiq Nathoo, President Lorie Slutsky, Board Member Barron (Buzz) Tenny, and Board Member Ann Unterberg
Rosanna Chella, Nancy Engelhardt, Patricia Galteri, and Elisa Santoro. Nancy is on the board of the Long Island Community Foundation and Patricia Galteri is the Chair.
Program Officer Arturo Garcia-Costas, New York Community Trust President Lorie Slutsky, and Board Member Stephen C. Robinson
Donors Martha, Amy, and John Wolf
Donor Nicole Francis with her husband Joe Famiglietti, and friends Amy Nieporent and Samantha Gorelick
Westchester Community Foundation Executive Director Laura Rossi (center) with Donors Robert E. Miss and Madeline Zevon
Donor Mariluz Giron and her nephew
Vice President for Donor Services Gay Young, her husband Daniel Schindler, Program Associate Michele Kumi Baer, and Donor Joan Winant
The reception from above. All photographs by Ari Mintz for The Trust
On June 5, our donors and other guests spoke with experts about the financial implications of caregiving.
You and Your Aging Loved Ones: Is it Different for Women?
Held in midtown Manhattan, this event was part of our Women’s Financial & Philanthropic Learning Series. The session featured:
On October 29th, our Women’s Advisory Council sponsored a conversation with experts in cyber security.
Is Your Private Information Safe? How to protect against identity theft and internet predators
Held at BNY Mellon, our donors learned how to keep them and their families safe by reducing risk of identity theft and increasing understanding of red flags. The event featured:
You can read about what our experts shared in our newsroom.
On November 15th, ou very own special projects officer led a workshop in developing strong giving strategies.
Creating a Charitable Giving Strategy: Finding focus and clarity on what matters most
Barbara Taveras, The Trust’s special projects officer, guided donors in identifying their philanthropic niche, clarifying what they wanted to achieve with their charitable giving, and how to put that strategy into action.