In 2011, Willie Barney and Michael Maroney, two Omaha business and civic leaders who were helping to address economic disadvantage in the northern part of the city, traveled to Atlanta… Continue →
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New Organization works with neighborhood partners to focus on housing affordability, education, health and economic opportunity Atlanta, GA – Atlanta’s Grove Park neighborhood has a new organization dedicated to working… Continue →
After working behind-the-scenes for more than a year, Southeast Raleigh Promise is bringing together community leaders, government officials, local residents and others on June 15 to increase momentum towards a… Continue →
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.
Our leadership recently published two pieces in the Huffington post about issues that are critical to our nation’s future – the importance of investing in neighborhoods and how the current… Continue →