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Reinvestment News Summer 2017
Posted August 9, 2017

Reinvestment Fund was named the Asset Manager of the Year by the Global Social Impact Investment Steering Group (GSG), an independent umbrella organization for nations working to catalyze impact investment and entrepreneurship to benefit people and the planet.

In honoring Reinvestment Fund, GSG recognized our successful $50 million bond offering, which reached traditional capital markets for low-income community development.

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Reinvestment News Spring 2017
Posted May 26, 2017

Reinvestment Fund is honored to have been selected by USDA as the National Fund Manager for the agency’s Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI), and we are eager to lead this national effort to invest in healthy food access, an economic engine in communities that helps create much-needed jobs and spur small business growth. As the National Fund Manager, Reinvestment Fund is committed to building a more equitable food system that supports the health and economic vibrancy of all Americans, especially those that have not benefited significantly from HFFI investment to date—including rural communities, food systems entrepreneurs, and women- and minority-owned businesses.

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Reinvestment News Winter 2017
Posted February 3, 2017

Reinvestment Fund is honored to have been selected by USDA as the National Fund Manager for the agency’s Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI), and we are eager to lead this national effort to invest in healthy food access, an economic engine in communities that helps create much-needed jobs and spur small business growth. As the National Fund Manager, Reinvestment Fund is committed to building a more equitable food system that supports the health and economic vibrancy of all Americans, especially those that have not benefited significantly from HFFI investment to date—including rural communities, food systems entrepreneurs, and women- and minority-owned businesses.

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Reinvestment News Fall 2016
Posted November 4, 2016

This July, longtime community members were able to move into their new homes in Mount Holly, NJ. TRF Development Partners helped craft a resolution to a conflict between the township and residents who were displaced by the demolition of 300 homes in favor of new construction, market rate housing. Central to our development plan for the Parker Green subdivision is the integration of new families with existing residents in a mixed-income community.

The community had previously filed a lawsuit that made its way to the Supreme Court docket in 2014; but the Parker Green plan and the resulting settlement agreement led to the withdrawal of the lawsuit. Construction is underway on additional units of affordable housing, which will be complete in late 2016.

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Reinvestment News Summer 2016
Posted August 3, 2016

This July, longtime community members were able to move into their new homes in Mount Holly, NJ. TRF Development Partners helped craft a resolution to a conflict between the township and residents who were displaced by the demolition of 300 homes in favor of new construction, market rate housing. Central to our development plan for the Parker Green subdivision is the integration of new families with existing residents in a mixed-income community.

The community had previously filed a lawsuit that made its way to the Supreme Court docket in 2014; but the Parker Green plan and the resulting settlement agreement led to the withdrawal of the lawsuit. Construction is underway on additional units of affordable housing, which will be complete in late 2016.

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Reinvestment News Spring 2016
Posted May 5, 2016

In March, Reinvestment Fund received a $15 million grant from the William Penn Foundation that will expand the Fund for Quality, a joint project with Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) that has created 630 high-quality early childhood education seats for low-income children.

This new grant will help create an additional 1,500 seats by 2021, which means that over the coming years, thousands more children from low-income families will have quality early learning opportunities across the City of Philadelphia.

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Reinvestment News Winter 2016
Posted February 1, 2016

Reinvestment Fund closed the books on 2015 with $224 million in new investments, our biggest year to date. We also celebrated our 30th anniversary, launched Invest Health, a new partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and garnered praise for the work of our real estate development affiliate, TRF Development Partners, which has transformed hundreds of homes in East Baltimore (read more from the Abell andAnnie E. Casey Foundations).

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Reinvestment News Fall 2015
Posted November 5, 2015
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