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Two local nonprofits, CAPI USA and Build Weath MN, have been awarded capacity building grants and technical support to join the Twin Cities Financial Opportunity Center network and provide services that help individuals increase their incomes, improve their credit, and build financial stability.
Communities are constantly evolving, which can be frustrating or exhilarating. Twin Cities LISC’s Corridor Development Initiative (CDI) works to elevate the latter by bringing the voice of the community forward to guide future development. CDI creates the ability for communities to grapple with change and have some agency over how change happens.
LISC has named a prominent local leader with decades of experience in state and county government to take the helm of its Twin Cities program office. Peter McLaughlin, as the new executive director, will build on more than $700 million in LISC Twin Cities investments over the last 30 years as he leads new efforts ...