A commitment of $26 million has been made through The Audacious Project to Harlem Children’s Zone in Harlem and six U.S. cities to address Black communities’ most critical needs and support COVID-19 recovery.
The only constant is change. External forces such as local political transitions, economic trends and shifting culture require those of us who work in neighborhood revitalization to be nimble, to… Continue →
Since the beginning, the Purpose Built Communities approach to neighborhood revitalization has been informed by the reality that where someone grows up has a profound and lasting impact on their… Continue →
Drew Charter School in Atlanta’s East Lake neighborhood has pioneered the “cradle to college” education philosophy of Purpose Built Communities. Rachel Kaney and Michelle Stinson are part of a team… Continue →
By Douglas Jutte, M.D., Executive Director, Build Healthy Places Network, and Carol R. Naughton, President, Purpose Built Communities We recently had a chance to spend the morning with Dr. Jerome… Continue →