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Dew Drop Inn

 
 

Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force Report and Recommendations

 
 
News July 27, 2022

Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force Issues Final Report and Recommendations

Today, Councilwoman and Majority Leader Cherelle L. Parker (9th District), along with Dr. Ira Goldstein, President of Policy Solutions at Reinvestment Fund, and all the members of the Philadelphia Home Appraisal Bias Task Force, issued its Final Report and Recommendations.

 
 
News July 26, 2022

How Ensuring the Success of Developers of Color Can Increase Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Supply

 
 

Supporting Locally Driven Community Development: The Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund

 
 
News July 6, 2022

Growing Diverse Housing Developers: A New Training Program For Developers of Color

 
 

Historic District Development Corporation: Front Porch

 
 

Coming Together in Times of Crisis: Two Chefs Launch West Philly Bunnyhop to Fill a Critical Need

 
 

A Thriving West Philadelphia Childcare Business is a Case Study on Expanding High-Quality Care

 
 
News June 2022

Welcome to Our Summer 2022 Interns

 
 

Racial Bias in Home Appraisals

 
 

A New Home for a Long Standing Philadelphia Business Unlocks New Opportunities

 
 

Investing for a Brighter Future

 
 

Entrepreneur, Venroy July, is Building Black Wall Street in Baltimore

 
 
News June 9, 2022

Reinvestment Fund Awards $22.6 Million to Improve Healthy Food Access

 
 

Empowering Community Through Ownership

 
 

In DC’s Langdon Neighborhood, a Blighted Apartment Complex Gets a Fresh Start

 
 
News June 1, 2022

USDA Increases Investment in Farm Bill’s Healthy Food Financing

 
 

Philips Packing House

 
 

Barriers to Homeownership

 
 
News May 10, 2022

Capitalizing Child Care

 
 
News May 6, 2022

Reinvestment News Spring 2022

 
 

Understanding Infant and Toddler Care in Philadelphia: Capacity, Shortages, and Barriers

 
 

Philadelphia Youth Basketball

 
 
News April 28, 2022

Atlanta’s Affordability Challenge

 
 
News April 2022

Atlanta Transaction Shows Value of Using NMTCs to Increase Homeownership

This article first appeared in the April 2022 issue of the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits.

 
 
News March 28, 2022

CDFIs are Empowering Women through Investment

 
 
News March 23, 2022

Biden-Harris Administration Releases Action Plan to Address Racial and Ethnic Bias in Home Valuations

 
 

Waverly Hall

 
 

The Pay for Success Fund is supporting the Bridge House, Ready for Work project

 
 
News March 15, 2022

Reinvestment Fund Selected to ImpactAssets 50 2022

 
 
News March 12, 2022

Reinvestment Fund’s Invest Health Awards $173,000 in Collaboration Grants to Promote Learning and Network Sustaining Activities Across Cities

These awards support opportunities for cities participating in Invest Health to deepen network connections and advance work in aligned areas at the intersection of community development and health.

 
 
News February 24, 2022

Innovative Partnerships with Community Development Financial Institutions

 
 
News February 23, 2022

Reinvestment Fund’s HBCU Brilliance Fund Welcomes Inaugural Investment

 
 

North Central Workforce Homeownership

 
 

Stormwater Solutions

 
 
News February 2, 2022

Five Nonprofits Receive Reinvestment Fund’s Community Champion Awards

Reinvestment Fund announced five nonprofits as winners of its 2021 Community Champion Award: Georgia Justice Project , Southern Center for Human Rights, Youth Sentencing and Re-entry Project, Gangstas to Growers, and The Liberation Foundation.

 
 

Allen University

Reinvestment Fund financing is helping Allen University restore and repurpose the Waverly Hospital in Columbia, South Carolina.

 
 

Café BGs pivoting to expand its mission

Café BG’s provides high-quality meals using healthy, fresh ingredients to local daycares, school facilities, and shelters that serve Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) or Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) meals.

 
 
News January 28, 2022

Reinvestment Fund Promotes Two Executive Leaders

Reinvestment Fund announced five nonprofits as winners of its 2021 Community Champion Award: Georgia Justice Project , Southern Center for Human Rights, Youth Sentencing and Re-entry Project, Gangstas to Growers, and The Liberation Foundation.

 
 

Mamie Nichols Townhomes

 
 

Philadelphia Food Justice Initiative Announces New Grant Awards

 
 
News January 25, 2022

Ivy Dench-Carter and Raquel Favela Join Reinvestment Fund’s Board of Directors

Reinvestment Fund is pleased to welcome Ivy Dench-Carter and Raquel Favela to its Board of Directors. Ms. Dench-Carter is Senior Vice President of Development of Pennrose, a nationally acclaimed developer and manager of high-quality affordable, conventional, mixed-income, mixed-use and master planned communities. Ms. Favela is Senior Executive Vice President at the nation’s oldest non-profit technical advisory services firm, National Development Council (NDC).

 
 

Hunger Free New Jersey

 
 

Supporting Pennsylvania’s Homeowners

 
 

Evidence-Based Policy Making

An analysis of six strategies to stabilize neighborhoods, this report examines policy interventions used to stabilize or revitalize housing markets in low- and middle-income neighborhoods.

 
 

Mt. Zion Institute

 
 
News December 15, 2021

Celebrating Criminal Justice Champions in Georgia