Car Programs for Low-Income Families

Transporting Families Toward Financial Stability and Success

…% attributed increased earnings to having the car, 78% were more hopeful about their future and their children ... A car impacts all aspects of life. It doesn

January 1, 2007

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Investing in New Orleans

Lessons for Philanthropy in Public Housing Redevelopment

This report ex­amines how philanthropy shaped the overall approach to community change and public housing development in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. The document uses Casey’s role as an example and its per­spective on the process as a lens to focus on efforts that were results-oriented, resident-focused, multi-generational and economi­cally sustainable.

December 1, 2013

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Casey Seeks Grant Proposals for Trauma-Response Pilot in Atlanta

The Casey Foundation is seeking proposals from community members interested in leading a trauma-response pilot in NPU-V through a grant of up to $60,000. The pilot would equip residents with violence prevention and intervention skills and other tools to improve neighborhood safety. Individuals, nonprofits and community-based organizations are welcome to apply.

May 2, 2017

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Helping Working Community College Students Succeed

Community colleges have a powerful role to play in helping students who are struggling to pay for school while also working to support their families. A new report, which checks in on the first two years of the Working Students Success Network, examines the impact of bundling services to better support these students and their success.

March 13, 2018

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