Join us for this live webinar to explore how the millennial gender wealth gap is compounded by systemic barriers including lack of affordable childcare and paid family leave policies in addition to student debt, mass incarceration, and changing family structures. Learn how Philanthropy is uniquely positioned to influence and develop interventions.
Join WGF, DHS and GWP to discuss how partners in community, philanthropy, and government can find ways to put women at the center of local economic development and poverty reduction efforts.
In this complimentary two-part SSIR Live! webinar series, researchers from New York University and the Center for Financial Services Innovation, will be joined by experts from the Aspen Institute, and Pew Charitable Trusts, the University of Michigan, and the Urban Institute to present new research findings, their implications, and insights for designing new policies, programs, and products to help improve the lives of low- and moderate-income Americans.
To hear expert perspective on the current status of Pennsylvania’s children, and the impact of the budget stalemate on them, please join GWP as we host one of the state’s best known advocates on behalf of children’s health, welfare and education: Joan Benso, President and CEO of Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children (PPC).
Marc Cherna, Allegheny County Department of Human Services Director and his staff will update us on changes the Department is implementing for providers in the County’s Continuum of Care. And Julie DeSeyn, Director of Community Impact at United Way of Allegheny County, will provide additional information on people experiencing housing crises.
A new report from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation presents differing policy options from two experts on how to foster broader economic opportunity and mobility.
This is an in-depth look at disconnected youth by state, congressional district, county, gender, and by race and ethnicity.