The paper contends when approached in a strategic fashion, sunsetting offers a distinct approach to philanthropy with certain benefits and characteristics. This conclusion is developed through an analysis of four sunsetting foundations.
This guide offers a framework that can help donors and trustees craft such a plan, in a way that is consistent with their particular values, circumstances, and motivations. It does so by identifying overarching areas of decisions for donors and trustees to address, and discussing options within them.
The Village at Market Creek has received $30 million of investment to date through this U. S. Treasury department program that seeks to spur investment in urban core communities.
This document gives the background of how the CD-IPO was created, provides details about the offering, and illustrates the power of community ownership that followed.
Jennifer Vanica, president and CEO of the Jacobs foundations, drafted a brief summary of the Jacobs journey to capture the value of community resources for the benefit of residents of the community. This article was published in report by Community Wealth Ventures, Inc.
This earlier report specifically outlines how a $15 million New Markets Tax Credit investment helped fund Market Creek Plaza and made a profound impact on the Diamond Neighborhoods.
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