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  • Noyes Board Member Steven Godeke Co-Authors Op Ed

    Impact Investing Can Help Foundations Avoid Obsolescence

    By Steven Godeke and William Burckart

    The intersection of private wealth and public accountability is more complicated, prompting many in the foundation world to operate in new ways — and with approaches that could eventually turn the entire way philanthropy operates upside down. MORE

  • Noyes Foundation Has Moved

    New address: 

    Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation

    122 East 42nd Street, Suite 2501

    New York, N.Y. 10168

    The phone number remains the same: 212-684-6577.

  • Proxy Preview 2015, the “Bible for socially progressive foundations"

    Proxy Preview 2015 covers the record-breaking 433 social and environmental shareholder resolutions filed so far this proxy season, with political spending and climate change driving the majority of the activity. The report provides analysis and expert insight to help you navigate the issues and successfully vote your shares.


  • A Message from Tom Goldtooth and 350.0rg

    Time to REJECT the Keystone XL...

    Vetoing KXL, Obama is showing that he’s listened to the Oceti Sakowin – Seven Council Fires of the Dakota, Nakota, Lakota Nations and all people resisting the pipeline, not TransCanada and the polluters. But the fight is not over.  MORE

    Read the Unity Letter

  • Fresh Market signs Fair Food agreement with CIW

    Starting with the 2015-2016 season, Fresh Market will increase its purchases by 15% year-over-year from Florida tomato growers participating in the Fair Food Program.  Fresh Market also  will make an annual contribution to support the Fair Food Standards Council. This precedent marks an important milestone on the FFP’s road to long-term financial sustainability. Fresh Market is a fast-growing company with over 160 stores in 27 states. It is the 13th major retailer and 4th grocery chain to join the FFP. MORE

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