• A 20-Year Quest to Re-establish a Local Grocery Store Succeeds in Rural Kansas

    With support from the Kansas Healthy Food Initiative and IFF, residents of Plains, Kansas, recently celebrated the opening of a full-service grocery store that will meet a variety of community needs.

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  • Integrating Health and Housing in South Suburban Chicago to Improve Residents' Quality of Life

    The result of a unique partnership between Full Circle Communities and Christian Community Health Center, Torrence Place will include an on-site health clinic and 48 permanent supportive homes for Veterans and people with disabilities.

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  • Indianapolis Social Enterprise Begins Construction of $13 Million Workforce Development Complex for Returning Citizens

    RecycleForce recently broke ground on a new headquarters that will double the organization's capacity and enable it to control its destiny for the first time.

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  • Transforming the Food Pantry Experience: A Q&A with American Association of Single Parents Founder Dr. Nicole Scott

    Dr. Scott's personal experience visiting food pantries to make ends meet as a single mother was the driving force behind the development of her organization's recently opened Free-N-Deed Market.

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"How My School Fights a Virus"

IFF published this free children’s book — created by our own Rick Raleigh, who works on our Detroit real estate team — as a tool to help normalize COVID safety precautions for children. Written from a child’s perspective, this colorful book weaves together CDC guidelines, the authentic experience of an actual childcare provider, and distinct Detroit cultural markers to help children, families, and child care providers remain safe in learning spaces while continuing to fight for their lives and livelihoods.

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