The Minnewaukan Public School District No. 5 needed to relocate its school building because it was continuously threatened by the rising water levels of the adjacent Devils Lake in Minnewaukan, ND. The previous building also did not meet the school’s needs for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. More than 90 percent of students are […]
For Inupiat Eskimo families in Northwest Alaska, access to a nursing home for elders required boarding a flight to Anchorage, 549 miles southeast of Kotzebue, and leaving behind traditional foods, family and friends. In order to ensure that the area’s elders could grow old and spend their last years near their culture, family and friends, […]
In 2012, to help residents of Northern Idaho gain better access to health care, as well as to increase job creation, Montana CDC, a Community Development Entity based in Missoula, Montana, provided $11.3 million in NMTC financing to support an expansion project of the Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur D’Alene.
The new YMCA replaces the facilities of the 100-year-old Hornell Family YMCA, which plays a central role in the life of this city. The project nearly doubles the Y’s current square footage to 31,628 sq. ft. allowing them to serve more local residents through the expansion of their programs, including in the areas of art […]
Four pediatric dentists expand dental services in rural Wisconsin. First Impressions is the largest provider of Pediatric dentistry services to Medicaid recipients. “As we’ve grown we remain committed to the Medicaid population in qualified market areas of Wausau and Rhinelander,” says Dr. Brimacombe. “First Impressions succeeded in qualifying for and completing a New Market Tax […]
ECSV is a collaborative project among 16 public institutions and private groups who provided financial support, including FIRST 5 Santa Clara County, the Franklin-McKinley School District, East Side Union School District, the Santa Clara County Office of Education, the Health Trust, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. Despite the […]
The Delta Memorial Hospital, based in Dumas, Arkansas, has a long history of providing quality health care services to residents living in rural communities, throughout the Arkansas Delta. Over time, local leaders recognized the challenges facing their small, not-for-profit hospital: facilities were outdated, cutting-edge equipment was lacking, and patient capacity needed to be increased. Without […]
Children’s Institute, Inc. (CII) was founded in 1906, in Los Angeles, California to provide services to children and families who have been affected by family and community violence, abuse, neglect, and other trauma. In 2006, CII celebrated its 100th anniversary by announcing its commitment to double the number of children and families served from 2,500 […]