Phoenix, AZ - When the recession hit in 2008, it manifested itself in the housing collapse in the Valley that tested the resilience of nearly every community. “Upside down” in their mortgages, neighbors left over night. Houses were abandoned.
The four distinct generations co-existing in today’s workplace is prompting foundations to become more adept at tailoring how they communicate, both internally and with community partners.
A key component of the Episcopal Health Foundation’s vision is the idea that to truly transform community health, the need to address the root causes of health problems is necessary, not just repeatedly treating the symptoms.
Prosper Waco has received a $1 million grant from the Rapoport Foundation to kick off a pilot program focused on helping local high school students successfully transition to college.