The and the Core Community Benefits Agreement Implementation Committee have announced a grant of up to $610,000 to the San Francisco Housing Development Corp to provide asset-building and financial empowerment services to residents of District 10. The effort is designed to help residents of the district improve their credit scores and increase their savings, while providing more working capital and small loans to businesses.
The Berlin Land Trust has established a fund at the , the Hartford Courant reports.
The in Driggs, which is an affiliate of the Wyoming-based , has appointed Carrie Mowrey as its new executive director.
The has announced Charles Sutphin as its new board chair, and Milton Thompson and Corby Thompson as board chairs, respectively, of the and the .
The in Enid has announced that it is accepting grant applications for the 2014 fiscal year. The foundation will consider funding for special projects, innovative programs, and equipment, with the majority of grants ranging in amount from $1,000 to $10,000. Letters of intent are due by July 31.
The has named Michael Morales as director of community engagement and grants, a recently created position, the Yakima Herald-Republic. Morales worked in city government for fifteen years before retiring in 2012 and served as Yakima’s interim city manager for much of 2011 and 2012.