Luiz and Adeli Machado moved to the United States from southern Brazil primarily to be near their three children, who are naturalized US citizens, and their three grandchildren. They are eager to become US citizens but finances stood in the way. That is, until they applied for a loan from One Percent for America.
In many communities, it can be hard to find healthy food—and almost impossible to find healthy food that is affordable. Through an innovative model and unique sourcing, Daily Table is out to change that.
These 174 mixed-income apartments for seniors are part of the first phase of the comprehensive Stop Six Neighborhood Transformation Plan, a public-private initiative that includes housing built to market-rate standards and a welcoming community hub.
Nonprofit Finance Fund, Partners for the Common Good
Providing health counseling, legal advice and other services to immigrants takes skill, determination, and space. BlueHub financing helped create a new building that “is a symbol of everything Make the Road New York does as an organization.”
Bank of America (supplied NMTCs), Massachusetts Development Finance Agency (supplied NMTCs)
Artists for Humanity employs over 300 under-resourced teens to produce art and creative services that are then sold to the Boston community. This unique program helps them build self-sufficiency while learning new artistic skills.
When Lauren heard about SUN on the news she was hesitant at first, because she had received so many phone calls that turned out to be scams. But SUN was different. “We got to keep our home and not disrupt our kids’ lives.”
Foreclosure was imminent for Randy—until the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Attorney General’s Office referred Randy to the SUN Initiative. After years of uncertainty, he found clarity working with SUN staff.
This nonprofit used WegoWise, a former affiliate that was co-founded and capitalized by BlueHub, to track energy usage in clients’ homes and help them advance their mission of addressing the social determinants of health.