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LISC received a $200,000 investment from JPMorgan Chase's PRO Neighborhoods Initiative to spark the revitalization of vacant and underused commercial properties on Milwaukee's north and near south sides. "Ramp Up" will help develop local businesses and match them to pop-up retail sites.
LISC provided $8 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocation to support the development of a new workforce training center for SER - Jobs for Progress in Houston's East End. The center will double SER's direct client service and training capacity to 8,000 individuals. SER launched a fundraising campaign on September 19.
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, a federally qualified health center financed through the Healthy Futures Fund, is working with its neighbor, Vicente's Supermarket, to bring nutrition education to patients with diabetes and other health issues.