How an African-American banker is rebuilding her community.
A Boston nonprofit's simple mission attracts sustained support and helps working-poor families.
The social enterprise that beat city hall.
How did the Jacobs Foundation help revitalize a neighborhood? By listening to its residents.
Foundations favor urban poor over rural residents.
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A California mayor’s challenge leads to an innovative resource-pooling strategy.
How savvy social entrepreneurs seized on a tax loophole to raise billions of corporate dollars for affordable housing.
Lessons on neighborhood cooperation from a neighborhood torn apart.
Interview with Robert Egger, founder, D.C. Central Kitchen.
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