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Flint LISC is working with CDCs and other closely aligned neighborhood intermediaries to identify and evaluate different approaches to organizing their work in community development. The overall goal of this effort provides participants with both the tools and the insights into how to make critical choices regarding how, when and why an organization would want to work collaboratively with others to design, manage or implement a comprehensive community development strategy.
Thomas Wyatt, a researcher, urban planner and 2019 Rubinger Fellow from Flint, Michigan, discusses what it takes to forge cross-sector partnerships that can achieve authentic community change. A prime example: Flint’s University Avenue Corridor Coalition brought residents and institutions together to reduce a neighborhood’s entrenched blight and crime when nothing else could.
In case you missed it check out Flint LISC Summer eNewsletter and learn more about our Healthy Homes Announcement, Financial Opportunity Centers, AmeriCorps Program, other involvement in the community, plus meet our Local Advisory Board Committee...
Community Foundation of Greater Flint makes grant to support LISC program focused on reducing home hazards, repairing damage, and improving health of local residents FLINT, Mich. (Aug. 1, 2019)—The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is rolling out an ambitious healthy housing program in Flint that will tackle home-based hazards like lead paint, mold, asbestos, and radon—all in an effort to improve the well-being of residents and communities.