June 8, 2018: “Lawmakers across the country are constantly bombarded by groups advocating for and against any number of government programs. But when businesses and nonprofits come together to advocate together for one particular program, there’s a fair chance that legislators will sit up and take notice.

Such a confluence took place in front of the Pennsylvania Senate Finance Committee this week when the disparate groups assembled for a hearing to testify in favor of a bill that would double the funding for the state’s Neighborhood Assistance Program. In simple terms, the program offers tax credits to businesses that partner with local nonprofit entities in particularly hard-hit communities to try to foster redevelopment.” Read More