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A West Philadelphia Small Business Scales Up

 
 

Estimating Changes in the Supply of and Demand for Child Care in Philadelphia (Series)

 
 

A Mission to Serve Through Partnerships

 
 

Mortgage Lending in Philadelphia: Key Take-Aways from the 2021 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data Release

 
 

Rigby Housing

 
 

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.

 
 

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

 
 

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

 
 

Racial Bias in Home Appraisals

 
 

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

 
 

Barriers to Homeownership

 
 

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

 
 

Philadelphia Youth Basketball

 
 

Mamie Nichols Townhomes

 
 
News January 27, 2022

Philadelphia Food Justice Initiative Announces New Grant Awards

 
 

Supporting Pennsylvania’s Homeowners

 
 

Community College of Philadelphia

 
 

People’s Emergency Center

 
 

New Market West

 
 

Scattered Housing – Shift Capital

 
 

Shoppes at Wissinoming

 
 

Navy Yard Community Solar Project

 
 

Brown’s Fresh Grocer at Monument

 
 

Centennial Village

 
 

Chester Charter School for the Arts

 
 

Bear Creek Wind Farm

 
 

Foreclosures in Pennsylvania

 
 

BrightFarms

 
 

City Mission

 
 

Rethinking Housing Policy

 
 

Mount Vernon Manor

 
 

Stephen & Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center

 
 

Pennsylvania Fresh Food Financing Initiative

 
 

Paseo Verde

 
 

Market Value Analysis: Philadelphia

 
 

Mariposa Food Co-op

 
 

Pan American Academy Charter School

 
 
Impact Story November 4, 2021

60th Street Commercial Corridor

 
 

Grays Ferry Education and Wellness Center

 
 
Impact Story November 4, 2021

Alphabet City Cultural Center

 
 
Impact Story November 2, 2021

First Step Staffing

 
 

Estimating Changes in the Supply of and Demand for Child Care in Philadelphia (2021)

This report presents the results of descriptive and spatial analyses of the child care landscape in Philadelphia in 2021 as the economy was beginning to re-open. It details both short- and long-term changes in the supply of, demand for, and gaps in care; the year-to-year changes from 2020 to 2021, as well as shifts since the first analyses were conducted in 2014.

 
 

The Impact of COVID-19 on The Use of Child Care Works Subsidy in Philadelphia

This brief describes Child Care Works (CCW) usage across Philadelphia and the impact of COVID-19 on program participation.

 
 

SUPRA Office Solutions & EMSO Scientific Enterprises

 
 

Data-Driven Investments in Early Childhood Education are Making a Difference for Philadelphia Families, Small Businesses and Neighborhoods

Since 2014, Reinvestment Fund’s Fund for Quality (FFQ) and Early Childhood Education Loan Fund (ECE-LF) have been making investments to support the expansion of high-quality Early Childhood Education (ECE) opportunities throughout Philadelphia. From 2014 to 2019, the FFQ and ECE-LF have supported 51 projects at 46 unique centers, which have created or preserved 3,246 ECE high-quality seats across the city. These seats serve a diverse population of high-need families across the city.

 
 

Getting Back to Care: Findings from a Philadelphia Survey on Restarting Early Childhood Education

Reinvestment Fund and its partners – the City of Philadelphia Office of Children and Families, Public Health Management Corporation and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey – surveyed parents who have used or intend to use childcare in Philadelphia.