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The funding is part of Citi’s two-year, $20 million Community Progress Makers Fund, which is supporting 40 visionary nonprofits in their efforts to establish new approaches to long-standing urban challenges.
Sam Marks, executive director of LISC NYC, and Dr. Oxiris Barbot, first deputy commissioner at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, discuss the emerging collaboration between community development and health sectors.
To achieve health equity would mean that everyone, regardless of their zip code, has access to the things they need to lead a healthy life. On April 18 in Manhattan LISC NYC brought together people working across two quite distinct sectors—health care and community development—to explore ways they can join forces in pursuit ...