Koszyn & Company participates in the ongoing development of philanthropy discussions within our community and around the world. We seek opportunities to participate or produce events each year that help educate and deepen the discussion of various aspects of philanthropic giving. Koszyn & Company participates in events each year that focus on the areas of philanthropy, service, and education.


The Bicycles NY Project
Fundacion Aceves Navarro

Following the first showing in Mexico City, Foundation Co-Founder and Artist Aceves Navarro premiered The Bicycles artwork through the heart of Manhattan and over the Brooklyn Bridge. The eye-catching sculptures were designed to inspire healthy living and to drive the need for all to “pedal together” for a better world. Koszyn & Company was proud to serve as this project’s fundraising counsel and make this extraordinary public art project possible.

Koszyn & Company marks its 10th Anniversary

In building on Koszyn & Company’s deep-rooted motto of Do More Good Better, the company began its 10th Anniversary year in June 2013 with service expansion of its strategic planning and capital campaign work, as well as into the areas of corporate mission innovation and international philanthropy. Koszyn & Company will seek to drive the sustainability and growth of non-profit and corporate entities and their missions, globally.

2012 YoungArts New York
Winners Master Classes and Performances
(March 8-11, 2012)

The 2012 YoungArts New York Winners Master Classes and Performances was produced by Koszyn & Company, YoungArts New York Advisors, March 8-11, 2012. In an effort to offer the YoungArts experience to a greater number of deserving young artists in the visual, literary and performing arts, all YoungArts winners from the Greater New York City area were invited to participate in a four-day master class and performance immersion. Sixty students had the opportunity to work with Master Teachers in their respective fields. In addition to in-depth master class experience, students participated in opportunities that focused on three types of performance: structured choreography and staging with Mikhail Baryshnikov; structured improvisatory performance with Bill T. Jones and Jerome Begin; and improvisatory performance with Ralph Lemon.

The four-day event kicked off with a keynote speech from Kate D. Levin, Commissioner, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, at Affirmation Arts in Manhattan.

Jayme Koszyn continued the dialogue on philanthropy with lecture at the prestigious Fudan University in Shanghai
March 24, 2011

With a long history of encouraging dialogue on philanthropy, best practices and giving trends across the United States, Ms. Koszyn continued the discussion with students and community leaders at the prestigious Fudan University’s School of International Relations and Public Affairs in Shanghai for a lecture on Philanthropy and the Charity Environment in the United States.

Jayme Koszyn presented Women and Philanthropy: How and Why Women Give at the Princeton Women’s Network in New York City. April 5, 2011

On April 5th, Ms. Koszyn led a conversation with almost thirty Princeton graduates who have gone on to hold various development and fundraising positions throughout the New York City area. The Spring 2011 Princeton Women’s Network event, featuring Jayme Koszyn, President of Koszyn & Company, covered the well-timed topic of Women and Philanthropy: How and Why Women Give.