This white paper examines the relationship between encouraging sustainable communities and enhancing access to opportunity for lower-income people and people of color.
“Do we have to?” Attorney and Indiana Landmarks board member Greg Fehribach tells us that this is typically the first question asked about ADA compliance when rehabilitating a historic structure.
Prosperity Indiana announces the first component of its Solar Uniting Neighbors (SUN) program, which is an effort to fund a total of $350,000 worth of solar projects for community organizations serving low income individuals in Duke Energy Indiana’s electric service territory.
Join this webinar for a deep dive into select data points that can be used not only to describe the nature of financial security and economic mobility, but also to learn about which policy and programmatic solutions drive the most impact.
Nonprofit organizations are invited to this discussion on how to provide benefit programs that attract and retain key talent.
By Jason Palmer, Senior Managing Consultant with PFM