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$6 Million Rehab of Historic Facility Drives Change in Louisville’s West End
New IFF Loan Program Reduces Barriers to Capital for BIPOC-Led Nonprofits on Chicago’s South and West Sides
Photo Tour: An Alternative Day School for Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder Combines Quality Education and Therapeutic Services in New Space
St. Louis Nonprofit’s Capacity Expands in New Headquarters Amid an “Exponential Increase” in Demand for Behavioral Health Services
$2 Million IFF Loan Provides New CDFI in Akron with Flexible Capital to Accelerate Impact
Detroit Charter School Overcomes Start-Up Challenges to Find a Trajectory-Changing Facility of Its Own
July 2022 Loan Roundup
Construction Begins on World’s Largest Ronald McDonald House – Increasing Access to Pediatric Health Care in Central Ohio
Corktown Health Embraces Continuous Adaptation to Expand Access to Stigma-Free Health Care for Michigan’s LGBTQ+ Community
Virtual Tour: Historic Building in the “Cradle of Rhythm and Blues” Reborn as an Incubator for BIPOC and Women Entrepreneurs
Building a More Sustainable Future While Lifting Up Businesses on Chicago’s South and West Sides: Q&A with 548 Development Founder & CEO A.J. Patton
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June 2022 Loan Roundup
Chicago’s Academy for Global Citizenship Anchors New State-of-the-Art Learning, Sustainability, and Wellness Hub Catered to Community Needs
Meeting the Moment: 3 Nonprofit Leaders Reflect on Serving More, Serving More Effectively, and Serving More Equitably
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May 2022 Loan Roundup
Photo Tour: $15 Million Adaptive Reuse of Historic Church Campus Enables Chicago Charter School’s Expansion
The Role of Cultural Assets in Community Development: A Q&A with Floating Museum Co-Director Faheem Majeed
Madison Nonprofits Team Up on Affordable Housing and Early Childhood Education in a Win-Win for Everybody
IFF’s 2021 Annual Report | Meeting the Moment: Change, Equity, Impact
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April 2022 Loan Roundup
Nonprofit BUILD Moves Quickly to Disrupt the Status Quo with a Bold Investment in Community Infrastructure on Chicago’s West Side
Photo Tour: A Repurposed School Begins Its Second Act as a Building Block for Revitalization in North St. Louis
A Collaborative Approach to Community Building and a Newly Renovated Facility Create a Platform for Transformation in Grand Rapids’ Third Ward
Ask a Nonprofit Lender: Why Should a Nonprofit Consider Debt for a Facility Project?
March 2022 Loan Roundup
Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s New 3333 Facility Provides a “Creative Sandbox” for St. Louis’ Arts Community