As urban areas across the country are experiencing revitalization, the National Trust for Historic Places has worked to document this “re-urbanism” and provide tools to help communities leverage current opportunities. The Jessie Ball duPont Fund has supported this work, recognizinglearn more »
New Markets Tax Credits often are described as “arcane” and “byzantine,” but they are an important and potentially robust vehicle for financing community development projects. In April, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund brought together a group of national experts tolearn more »
More than 100 leaders of faith communities and nonprofits gathered in Wilmington, Delaware in early March to learn how their organizations could reduce energy consumption and lower costs. The gathering was organized by Delaware Interfaith Power & Light with underwritinglearn more »
For community leaders in Port St. Joe, a recent research report sheds light on the challenges facing the area’s young people and ways the community can provide supports.learn more »
Read about the Block by Block study, click here.
Access the interactive site with the data used in the study, click here.learn more »