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News November 10, 2022

Atlanta’s Metro Only Has Early Child Care Capacity for Two-thirds of Its Children

 
 
News October 17, 2022

CDFIs are Quietly Multiplying in Georgia, Creating a Wealth of Opportunity

 
 

Child Care Access in Metro Atlanta

 
 
News September 14, 2022

Just Due: Access to Capital Markets for HBCUs

 
 
News August 16, 2022

The Climate Crisis’ Inequitable Impact on Communities of Color

 
 
News July 26, 2022

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

 
 

Historic District Development Corporation: Front Porch

 
 
News May 10, 2022

Capitalizing Child Care

 
 
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 February 24, 2022

Innovative Partnerships with Community Development Financial Institutions

 
 
News December 15, 2021

Celebrating Criminal Justice Champions in Georgia

 
 

Backyard ATL

 
 

Thrive Sweet Auburn

 
 

Moving in the Spirit

 
 

Wyncove Apartments

 
 
News November 22, 2021

Museums and Libraries: The indispensable connective tissue that keeps healthy communities together

 
 

Freedom Heights

 
 
Impact Story November 3, 2021

Sheltering Arms

 
 
Impact Story November 2, 2021

First Step Staffing

 
 
News September 20, 2021

Building an Equitable Food System: America’s Healthy Food Financing Initiative & other Tools for Increasing Food Access

 
 
News September 20, 2021

Centering Equity in Education

 
 
News August 23, 2021

Making Housing Safety and Stability a Priority

 
 
News July 26, 2021

Rabbit out of A Hat: How a local nonprofit developer is working magic for mission

 
 
News June 28, 2021

At 53 Years Old, Will the Fair Housing Act Finally Address Segregation?

 
 
News May 31, 2021

Investing in a Sustainable Region

 
 
News May 31, 2021

Small But Mighty: How Small-Scale Developers Are Reimagining Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Playbook

 
 

ANDP NMTC-Funded Homeownership

 
 

Atlanta Community Food Bank

 
 

Ethos Classical Charter School

 
 

Understanding the Landscape and Estimating Changes in Access to Child Care in Metro Atlanta

In 2017, Reinvestment Fund conducted an initial analysis of the supply of and demand for child care in the five-county metro Atlanta region (Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties), to identify areas where targeted investments could help address shortages of high-quality child care. In addition, an interactive web-based tool, the ATL ACCESS Map: Atlanta Child Care and Early Learning Supply, was created to present the results of this analysis.

This report, developed with support from the Richard W. Goldman Family Foundation, presents the results of descriptive and spatial analyses of the child care landscape in the five-county region in 2018 and includes analysis of changes observed since the initial 2017 study.

 
 

Childcare Analysis for Metro Atlanta

High-quality early care and learning supports positive development and helps prepare children for success in school and beyond. Quality child care is also critical for families, as it allows parents to maintain employment. With support from the Richard W. Goldman Family Foundation and the JP Morgan Chase Foundation, Reinvestment Fund conducted a study of the supply of and demand for child care in the five-county metro Atlanta region (Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties).

 
 

Atlanta Scattered Site Housing

 
 

Ashbury Apartments