Change Capital Fund, a collaborative of funders, fights poverty by investing in the development of new, data‐driven strategies created by sophisticated community organizations.
Good morning and thanks for joining us at Get Connected with the profile of the Change Capital Fund, a collaborative of 16 donors, both corporate and nonprofit, joining together to fund a small group of community-based organizations in an effort find better ways to improve the lives of low-income Ne … Continued
CCF In The News “One out of five New Yorkers live in poverty. But poverty is not randomly distributed in every neighborhood. In neighborhoods of concentrated poverty-where poverty rates are upwards of 30 percent-nonprofit service providers work in a myriad of ways to help children and families in ne … Continued
The Renewal Project: How a $5 million plan to tackle New York City’s most persistent poverty is paying off
With 16 donors from public and private sectors, Change Capital Fund looks to cross-sector solutions to inequality PATRICIA SWANN Sr. Program Officer for New York Community Trust Students at Fifth Avenue Committee’s Stronger Together partnership in Brooklyn take classes for their high school equivale … Continued
Ever wonder who drives the paratransit vans that take your neighbor to the doctor or the food trucks that keep your grocery store shelves stocked? Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation is putting young men and women into those driver seats through the new CHAMPION Network Program. The program … Continued