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Three years into it Program Related Investment initiative, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund is seeing the benefits in Virginia and Delaware.

Acting on its long-held interest in providing quality housing to all income levels, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund convened a group of national housing experts to discuss the state of Jacksonville’s housing market and opportunities that the Fund may have to improve the state of rental housing, beginning in the downtown area.

At the request of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, The Reinvestment Fund will conduct a Market Value Analysis of the Jacksonville real estate market to help guide future housing and community development decisions.

With the Jessie Ball duPont Fund-supported youth employment program in its third year, a new report highlights important lessons learned about preparing young people for the world of work.

The Jessie Ball duPont Fund offers a new publication to help higher education leaders think about creative ways to finance energy conservation initiatives.

A new issue brief outlines the details of Florida’s newly approved Medicaid managed-care program and analyzes what it will mean for Floridians going forward.

Jessie Ball duPont Fund is helping The Florida Orchestra and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville explore new programming and reach new audiences.

Through a partnership with a Catholic parish, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund is improving the health of thousands of uninsured residents in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

In remarks delivered in Delaware and Florida during September, Fund President Sherry Magill applied her typically straightforward perspective to articulating some of the nonprofit sector’s most pressing challenges.

A project undertaken by the Jessie Ball duPont Fund suggests nonprofit organizations may have much to gain from energy conservation efforts.