4/27 UPDATE: Coming webinar, workshop, opportunities

New funding opportunities and resources for the S.C. Lowcountry Promise Zone

OVERVIEW

logo_updateIn this update, you will find new information and recent news on a variety of topics, including:

RECENT NEWS:  Below you’ll find two broadband briefs — one on a new program offered by AT&T to provide low-cost broadband Internet to qualified households and another from the USDA that seeks grant applications to develop broadband in rural areas.

NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES: Learn about almost a dozen new funding opportunities that to grow jobs, curb substance abuse, build capital in communities and more.

COMING EVENTS Check out the host of new webinars and events that can benefit Promise Zone stakeholders.

RESOURCES Read recent articles and studies that support Promise Zone activities.

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4/4 UPDATE: Coming webinar, workshop, opportunities

New funding opportunities and resources for the S.C. Lowcountry Promise Zone

OVERVIEW

logo_updateIn this update, you will find new information and recent news on a variety of topics, including:

  • April 6 webinar on Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program: See our COMING EVENTS section at the bottom of this page to learn how to join an April 6 webinar of an overview about this program.
  • New Markets Tax Credit workshop in Charleston: Learn how to register for an April 28 workshop in Charleston that provides information about the New Markets Tax Credit and how South Carolinians can access those funds.  See our COMING EVENTS  section below.
  • Opportunities to get AmeriCorps volunteers in your community: Read below in NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES about how your community can get a team of young people to volunteer to strengthen your community.

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12/23: Promise Zone funding opportunities, resources, events

A weekly update for the S.C. Lowcountry Promise Zone

HUD has new online resource tool

PromiseZone_logoThe U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development has a rich, new online tool that allows a full website search on the HUD Exchange, a huge resource that includes results from all areas of HUD’s website that don’t require login access.

You can now use the search to find pages, resources, trainings, news, FAQs, grantees, reports, and other content. Users will be able to filter results by topic and by content type. The search will remain powered by the Google Search Appliance which adapts to user behavior, learning to deliver better results over time. Links that get more clicks automatically move up in the search ranking. Read more

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