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News August 2023

Spotlight on Our Summer 2023 Interns

 
 
Impact Story August 15, 2023

Feeding Tampa Bay: Hunger Relief Center

 
 
Impact Story August 8, 2023

Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation

 
 

Fairmount Park Conservancy: The FDR Park Plan

 
 
News August 1, 2023

USDA Expands Healthy Food Financing Initiative to Local and Regional Partnerships

 
 

Growing Diverse Housing Developers (GDHD) Initiative

 
 
News June 27, 2023

Atlanta Child Care Providers Invited to Apply for PAACT Repair and Renovation Grants

 
 

Implementing Right to Counsel in Philadelphia: An Evaluation of the Program’s 2022 Rollout

 
 
News June 22, 2023

Reinvestment News Spring 2023: Creating an Equitable Future, Where All People Thrive

 
 

A New Food Retailer, People’s Harvest Community Grocery Store, to Expand Healthy Food Access in North County 

 
 

New Capital Solutions to Expand Affordable Housing in Napa, California

 
 

Scottdale Early Learning

 
 

West Philadelphia Real Estate (WPRE) is Revitalizing 60th Street’s Commercial Corridor

 
 
News April 19, 2023

Developers of Color from Around the U.S. Convene in Atlanta for Elite Program to Advance Racial Equity in the Vastly Underrepresented Housing Industry

 
 
News April 18, 2023

Opening Remarks at the Growing Diverse Housing Developers Convening

 
 
News April 13, 2023

Philadelphia Food Justice Initiative Funding Round is Now Open

 
 
News March 29, 2023

Groundbreaking of The Trust at East Lake

 
 
News March 24, 2023

Scheme Targets Homeowners

 
 
News March 21, 2023

Reinvestment Fund Looks to Sustain Enhanced Access to Healthy Food Through New Legislation

 
 

A Longstanding Childcare Center Makes Way for 40 PHL PREK Seats

 
 

The Justice Thurgood Marshall Amenity Center at P.S. 103

 
 
News February 24, 2023

Appraisal Bias Is The Fair Housing Issue Of The Day | Op-ed

 
 
News February 15, 2023

Reinvestment News Winter 2023: Scaling Up Small Businesses, Center of Place and more

 
 
News February 7, 2023

Reinvestment Fund Announces New Managing Director of Strategic Communications  

 
 

Disparities in Appraised Values and Contract Sales Prices in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area

 
 
News January 26, 2023

Saul Behar to Chair Reinvestment Fund’s Board of Directors

 
 

Cultivating Strong Communities Citywide Through Fund For Quality (FFQ)

 
 
News January 20, 2023

Urban Oasis: Investing in Communities, One Home at a Time

 
 
News December 20, 2022

Happy Holidays: Celebrating Our Community

 
 

The Impact of Eviction and Cultural Engagement on Social Wellbeing: An Application of Ecometrics in Philadelphia

Over the past quarter century, social scientists have taken a renewed interest in neighborhood ecology. The term ecometrics describes the empirical investigation of neighborhood effects. We take an “ecometric” approach to examine two contemporary phenomena—involuntary residential movement (household eviction) and the concentration of cultural assets within neighborhoods—to examine how they might influence individual dimensions of social wellbeing and patterns of social wellbeing across Philadelphia.

 
 
News December 6, 2022

Investor Home Purchases and the Rising Threat to Owners and Renters

 
 

The Crossings at Brick Church

 
 

A West Philadelphia Small Business Scales Up

 
 
News November 10, 2022

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

 
 
News November 8, 2022

Reinvestment News Fall 2022

 
 

A Mission to Serve Through Partnerships

 
 

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

 
 
News October 19, 2022

Reinvestment Fund Announces New Chief Diversity Officer

 
 
News October 18, 2022

The Food Lenders Network (FLN)

 
 
News October 17, 2022

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

 
 

Child Care Access in Metro Atlanta

 
 

Investor Home Purchases and the
Rising Threat to Owners and Renters: Tales from 3 Cities

 
 
News September 14, 2022

Just Due: Access to Capital Markets for HBCUs

 
 

A Call to Action for HBCU Investment

 
 
News September 12, 2022

Reinvestment Fund and Brookings Metro Announce New Report on the Growing Need for Investment in HBCUs

Reinvestment Fund, in partnership with Brookings Metro, announced a report entitled A Call to Action for HBCU Investment, which is part of Reinvestment Fund’s work to advance the local and national impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The report outlines six steps that HBCU and leaders of financial institutions can take to increase investment in HBCUs.

 
 

D.C. Central Kitchen

 
 

Rigby Housing

 
 

Buche Foods: Making Healthy Food More Accessible in South Dakota