It’s ironic that the James Rushton Early Learning and Family Success Center in Birmingham, Alabama’s Woodlawn neighborhood is inside of a bank building that has been vacant for more than 20 years – because the children who crawl, toddle and walk down these bright hallways are now on a path designed to guide them from here to college, and to build wealth and fulfillment throughout their lifetimes.
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Growing Together is the 14th Network Member Nationally and the First in Oklahoma Atlanta, GA – Purpose Built Communities recently welcomed Growing Together, the community quarterback of a neighborhood transformation… Continue →
Over the past few decades, cheap rents have attracted many first-generation immigrants to settle in Sharpstown/Gulfton area of Houston, TX. As a result, this has become the most densely populated… Continue →
PACT, a Purpose Built Communities Network Member in Columbus, Ohio, is the community quarterback organization focused on the Near East Side neighborhood where they are working with partners to implement… Continue →
The Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI), the community quarterback and Purpose Built Communities Network Member working to revitalize the old Boulevard Homes community in Charlotte, NC, was recently featured at… Continue →
This fantastic new video series from Edutopia explores three areas in which Drew Charter School distinguishes itself and helps students achieve their full potential: STEAM +Project Based Learning; creating safe… Continue →
LIFT Orlando joined the Purpose Built Communities Network in 2015. Their focus area is called the Communities of West Lakes, which sits adjacent to the Orlando Citrus Bowl in west Orlando. Since… Continue →