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The Power of Neighborhood Partnerships

Jul 16, 2012

One of our nation’s greatest challenges continues to be the struggle to alleviate poverty in America’s neighborhoods. In 2010, U.S. Census data indicated that nearly 47 million Americans were living in poverty – the highest level in the 52 years for which poverty rates have been published…  learn More about The Power of Neighborhood Partnerships

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From Goodwill to Good Jobs

Jul 17, 2012

Established in 1965 in Charlotte, NC, Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont provides employment, job training and career services for adults and youth in 18 counties throughout North Carolina and South Carolina…  learn More about From Goodwill to Good Jobs

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A Safe Place to Call Home for Boston’s Needy

Jul 16, 2012

Every night, more than 7,000 men, women and children in the City of Boston have no place to call home. They lack decent wages and affordable housing. More than half of homeless adults suffer from mental health issues or substance abuse problems…  learn More about A Safe Place to Call Home for Boston’s Needy

Helping a Third-Generation Precision Stamper in Chicago Retool to Meet Demand

Jul 18, 2012

Three years ago, Wiegel Tool Works was faced with a challenge many companies would like to have. After having weathered the downturn of 2009 thanks to Wiegel’s conservative focus, the company saw demand for their products pick up and had to consider whether they had the manufacturing capacity and financing they needed in place…  learn More about Helping a Third-Generation Precision Stamper in Chicago Retool to Meet Demand

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Housing Development Anchors Renewal

Jul 16, 2012

Pennsylvania Avenue on Baltimore’s Westside was once the city’s heart for jazz and blues music. But starting in the 1960’s, Pennsylvania Avenue experienced decades of economic decline…  learn More about Housing Development Anchors Renewal

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