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September, 2014

09-30-2014  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in Events, Members, News, Newsletter Archives, Policy, Programs

Table of Contents US Department of the Treasury Gives PCRG the Green Light “I’m proud to say I am now a member of PCRG.” The Secret to Staying Current on Pittsburgh’s Community Development Work PCRG Welcomes its New Neighborhood Policy Program Coordinator New Rule Improves Information About Mortgage Market White Paper Released: Small Business Loan [...]

09-29-2014  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News

Dayton will always be the birthplace of aviation, but today it’s becoming a city that embraces new people and new ways to build community and a strong future. The leadership of the “Gem City” is creatively harnessing local resources to build communities that will prosper today and in the future. Dayton is the perfect place [...]

09-28-2014  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News

On Tuesday, August 26th, the US Department of the Treasury announced that PCRG was one of 22 recipients of the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) Fund’s Technical Assistance (TA) Awards. PCRG received the maximum award amount of $125,000 to establish the Community Capital Fund (CCF), a subsidiary non-profit financial institution. 55 eligible institutions from across [...]

09-24-2014  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News

Daniel Amador is PCRG’s newest Neighborhood Policy Intern! Background: Daniel has a B.A. in Global Studies and Communication from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He is currently working on his M.S. in Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to coming to Pittsburgh, Daniel was teaching English at the primary school level in Orléans, France. Hometown: [...]

09-21-2014  | 0 Comments  |  by Admin  |  Published in News

For the past few months, PCRG has hosted a series of webinars led by nonprofit communications/ marketing experts from across the country. Our most recent webinar screening taught us how nonprofits can be more social media savvy through the use of Twitter. We learned a variety of Twitter best practices, and we wanted to share [...]