A feature length documentary film following one man's search for random Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and offering them a free trip to Egypt.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville
The Westchester Index is an interactive online tool that will help communities understand their health profiles, and highlight where more interventions are needed.ncludes data on hundreds of socioeconomic factors in the county. Users can search for indicators related to poverty, housing, education, employment, certain health conditions, childhood obesity, and many more.
Westchester Community Foundation partnered with the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) and the Westchester County GIS Department to develop this web-based application, the first of its kind in Westchester.
When the LOFT approached the Foundation about a study to identify unmet needs in the LGBTQ community we knew that this was a timely and important issue. We convened a Task Force of LGBT leaders, and selected a research firm to conduct the study.
Our task force worked many long hours and dedicated their energy and commitment to ensure that the final report was top-notch.
The STAND UP AND BE COUNTED report gives concrete data and can provide a path to identify opportunities to make Westchester more inclusive and accepting.
Institute for Strong Nonprofits
Ensuring the county's nonprofits are strong, so our donors' dollars are wisely spent
In 2018, the Foundation partnered with Support Center to present four workshops for nonprofits:
-Measuring Your Success: The Art and Science of Outcomes Measurement
-Succession Planning for Leadership Transition
-Governance Best Practices
In 2017, the Foundation launched the CEO Learning Lab for nonprofit executives. Eight leaders spent nine months in intensive learning, coaching and peer-to-peer relationship development.
The Class of 2019 has just begun!
Convening our Community
In 2016, the Foundation partnered with the Westchester Library System and the Sing Sing Prison Museum project to present a series of six Community Conversations around the issues of incarceration, criminal justice, and justice reform.
The Foundation has hosted a number of luncheon briefings for donors, led by experts on a variety of topics, including the environment, criminal justice, and immigration. Our goal is to keep our donors apprised of issues of importance to our community.