We’re going to be releasing new How to Apply guides and other tools to help you through the process of applying for this year’s Promise Neighborhoods planning and implementation grants, but here’s a brief primer, courtesy of our friends over at the Center for the Study of Social | Read more >
Interested in applying for a Choice Planning Grant? Here’s the scoop, courtesy of our good friends over at the Center for the Study of Social Policy: The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Choice Neighborhoods Program is an initiative that helps transform | Read more >
Building Blocks for Kids Collaborative is searching for a Director of Community Engagement and Advocacy to join our team! Interested candidates may view the complete job description and application instructions in the attached PDF file or through our job posting on Craigslist, Read more >
She’s clear about why Promise Neighborhoods are the best model for comprehensive community change and get around the impulse to create short-term solutions to urgent problems, rather than addressing the root causes of the issues. And she knows they’ll work to improve outcomes for | Read more >
You’ve got to check out this video from the PolicyLink Equity Summit 2011, featuring Marianna Islam from the Main South Promise Neighborhood in Worcester, MA. She’s around the 3:45 minute mark, but the whole thing is worth a watch!
“Rather than allowing a long-standing process to | Read more >