Change Capital Fund says it’s work with St. Nick’s Alliance, Fifth Avenue Committee, New Settlement Apartments, and Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation is bearing fruit. Read the full piece here: http://citylimits.org/2017/02/03/cityviews-results-show-grassroots-groups-can-make-a-dent-in-causes-of-poverty/.
NYN Media interviews Wendy Fleischer who serves as the donor representative for the New York City Change Capital Fund, which is a collaborative of 16 funders who support community organizations and especially economic development corporations, working to increase economic mobility in the … Continued
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 … Continued
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 One out of five New Yorkers live in poverty. But poverty is … 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 … Continued
News and analysis July 20, 2016 By Alex Daniels Residents of Cypress Hills have looked to Michelle Neugebauer for help for decades. Since she joined the Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation as its first full-time employee in 1984, she’s helped … Continued
The following article was published by Next City. You can find the article at: https://nextcity.org/daily/entry/change-capital-fund-nyc-contsortium-community-development BY OSCAR PERRY ABELLO | JUNE 2, 2016 When Michelle Neugebauer came onboard in 1983 as the first full-time employee at the Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation (CHLDC), … Continued
On March 3, 2016 Change Capital Fund was recognized with the Special Award for Innovation in Fighting Poverty & Building Communities Through Philanthropy by City & State Report. CCF donors Cecelia Tanaka, Vice President, JPMorgan Chase, and Gregory Schiefelbein, Senior Vice … Continued
Community Organizations are Key to Moving Individuals and Neighborhoods out of Poverty Eighteen months ago, Change Capital Fund (CCF) initiated a four-year, $5 million investment in five New York City nonprofits and community-based organizations that it believes are best able to reach … Continued
St. Nick’s Alliance has launched a new initiative to tackle poverty head on in North Brooklyn. Nabe 3.0 will offer residents affordable housing, literacy and employment assistance for adults, afterschool programming for local kids, and help organize tenant associations.