Woodstock Institute Grant



Organization - Woodstock Institute
Grant Amount - $200,000
Foundation - MacArthur Foundation
Grant Purpose - to develop an expanded database on foreclosure filings and completions in Chicago neighborhoods (over two years).


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<BR>Center for NYC Neighborhoods - $75,000 from the New York Community Trust - to develop a database and other technology to help homeowners threatened with foreclosure

Greater Southwest Development Corporation - $626,000 from the MacArthur Foundation - to support a comprehensive program to limit the extent of foreclosure in a New Communities Program neighborhood in Chicago under the Foreclosure Prevention and Mitigation Project.

Metro Chicago Information Center - $900,000 from the MacArthur Foundation - in support of the assembly and analysis of data about Chicago neighborhoods (over three years).

  

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