February 12, 2009
Philanthropy Must Turn More Attention to Housing Issues
The American economy cannot recover without a turnaround in housing.
While the federal government considers what additional steps to take to help homeowners and the housing market, American philanthropy need not wait to play a role in solving the crisis and helping to spur a recovery. Grant makers must understand that even if housing is not a part of their direct mission, it affects just about every type of effort to aid American families and improve neighborhoods across the
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