Yvonne Moore of the Daphne Foundation Discusses Building Grantmaker-Grantee Relationships
New York, NY
January 13, 2009
Leeanne G-Bowley, manager of national training at the Foundation Center, interviews Yvonne Moore, executive director of the Daphne Foundation, a family foundation supporting programs that confront the causes and consequences of poverty in the five boroughs of New York City. Ms. Moore also serves as vice-chair of the Increasing Diversity in Philanthropy Committee for the New York Regional Association of Grantmakers (NYRAG) and serves on the Grants Advisory & Allocations Committee for the New York Women's Foundation and the New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards Committee. She is also a member of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and is the philanthropic advisor to Abigail E. Disney.
In this lively interview, Ms. Moore describes the grantmaking priorities of the Daphne Foundation, depicts the grantee-grantor relationship, and provides advice for the first contact.
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