Fw: New from HUD USER

H. C. Covington (ach1@sprynet.com)
Fri, 5 Dec 1997 21:35:40 -0600


>     HUD USER announces FieldWork's September-October issue, featuring:
>
>     * A San Francisco agency serving the homeless that has learned to
>     meet a "double bottom line"--supplying unemployed clients with work
>     experience and providing the agency with a major source of revenues.
>
>     * A Pennsylvania tax credit program that is helping nonprofit CDCs in
>     Philadelphia attract $18 million per year.
>
>     * An inner-city church that has become a major housing developer in a
>     hard hit neighborhood of Detroit.
>
>     * Internet resources for fighting housing discrimination.
>
>     Read about these fresh ideas on building stronger neighborhoods...and
>     more...in the September/October issue of FieldWorks.
>
>     FieldWorks shares practical information on noteworthy programs and
>     useful resources on the toughest housing and economic problems. In
>     each issue of FieldWorks:
>
>     * People on the front lines of the struggle to renew urban communities
>     share their insights about what they do and how they do it.
>
>     * Each article cites in-depth evaluation studies for your follow-up.
>
>     * A calendar informs you of upcoming conferences and training
>     opportunities.
>
>     * An exclusive "Electronic Resources" column guides you to sites on
>     the World Wide Web--covering such cutting-edge topics as microcredit
>     programs for low-income entrepreneurs, corporate-community
>     involvement, and the emerging financial institutions known as
>     community development banks.
>
>     FieldWorks subscriptions are available for $15/year: six bimonthly
>     issues.
>
>
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