Community organizations, evaluators, and government agencies discuss new efforts to use data to evaluate and track outcomes and the accompanying big challenges of unifying fractured systems given their number, divergent metrics and conflicting regulatory requirements.
NABE 3.0, addresses poverty in North Brooklyn, and showcased 63 new affordable apartments in the Williamsburg neighborhood.
LOW-INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS no longer experience the levels of communitywide disinvestment that they did through the 1990s, but their residents still face significant poverty, risk of displacement, and limited economic mobility. For this reason, Change Capital Fund (CCF), a New York … Continued
Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc. (FAC), an award-winning Brooklyn-based community development corporation, formally launched Stronger Together: Creating Opportunities for Public Housing Residents in Red Hook and Gowanus with an inaugural program outreach day and press conference. Stronger Together is a new … Continued
The New York City Change Capital Fund (CCF), a collaboration of 17 foundations and financial institutions dedicated to the revitalization of distressed New York City communities, today announced the launch of a new initiative to harness the strength of community … Continued