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2020 Census: Federal Funding — and Support for Kids — Tied to Census Count

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Federal spending on kids in 2015 topped $159 billion on 10 programs alone.

The 2020 census is at risk of shortchanging the nation’s official population count by more than 2 million kids younger than age 5, according to experts. It’s an error that could spur serious budgetary shortfalls that carry long-term consequences for children and families.

Posted October 22, 2018

Casey’s New Project Has a Familiar Focus: Maintaining Safe, Affordable Housing in Atlanta

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Capitol View Apartments in Atlanta are getting an update to support affordable housing.

In Atlanta’s Adair Park neighborhood, development pressure and revitalization are putting affordable housing out of reach for many residents. Enter the Annie E. Casey Foundation and its partners, who are working to transform a local apartment building into modern, affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments for low-income families. 

Posted September 25, 2018

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Building Baltimore's Next Economy

Greater Baltimore has significant assets on which to build a more opportunity-rich next economy, but they aren’t being fully exploited. What can be done?