Spring 2015: Student Success | Michigan Good Food Fund | Coop Innovation Award

Henry Ford Academy Student Designs His Future

Devon Yancy felt lost when it came to his academics. That changed when he discovered Detroit’s Henry Ford Academy and embarked on a life-changing journey. Devon earned a diploma and was accepted into the College for Creative Studies. Now, he is pursuing his passion for design and a bright future he never imagined.

► Meet Devon in our 2014 Impact Report



Growing Michigan’s Good Food Future

We have a long history of supporting projects that help low-income neighborhoods access fresh and healthy food. This tradition continues with the launch of the Michigan Good Food Fund. This new initiative supports food enterprises, increases access to healthy food, sparks economic development and also creates jobs.

► Learn more about Michigan Good Food Fund financing



A Healthy Celebration in our Nation’s Capital

Join us in celebrating one of Washington, DC’s newest Community Health Care Centers. Unity Healthcare will now occupy the MLS Community Life Center and help more than 10,000 patients in this medically underserved area. Made possible through $12.5 million in New Markets Tax Credit financing, this opening was just one of our many spring milestones.

► Read about all of our first quarter milestones



Supporting Stellar Co-op Innovation

We are excited to announce the winners of our first-ever Co-op Innovation Award. The Democracy at Work Institute and United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives split the prize of $40,000 in grants. These two organizations are true leaders in creating a thriving cooperative movement.

► Learn more about the award and winners



Capital Impact Partners in the News

  • Capital Impact’s CEO Terry Simonette joins with the Michigan Good Food Fund Partners in a Detroit Free Press Op-Ed. Together they make the case for how this new loan fund will help create healthy food access for the state’s low-income population.

  • One year after JPMorgan Chase committed $100 million to Detroit–including the launch of our Detroit Neighborhood Fund–the Detroit News looks at what has been accomplished. The answer is quite a lot!

  • Barry Berman ran assisted living and nursing complexes for 23 years. When he sought to build a better nursing facility for his mother, he turned to our Green House model for inspiration. The Atlantic details his journey.

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