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Nonprofits Struggle in the Face of COVID-19
Amid surging demand for services, many nonprofits serving low- to moderate-income communities suffered staffing and funding constraints.
Gauging COVID-19’s Ongoing Impact on LMI Communities
Building capacity to provide critical services to low- to moderate-income communities will be key to ensuring an equitable recovery and resiliency.
Sustaining Success in Deploying ERA Funds in Louisville
The ERA program’s success in Louisville was built on collaboration among stakeholders across sectors. But maintaining that success will come with challenges.
How Is COVID-19 Impacting Eighth District LMI Communities? An Update
A Fed survey shows Eighth District communities continued recovering from COVID-19 disruptions, but returning to pre-pandemic conditions may still take time.
Effective Deployment of Louisville’s ERA Funding: Lessons Learned
Explore the topic of evictions and methods taken in Louisville to quickly distribute emergency rental assistance.
Eighth District LMI Communities Respond to COVID-19’s Toll
Read a synopsis of the ways COVID-19 continues to impact LMI communities and individuals within the Eighth District of the Federal Reserve System.
Investing in a Region of Opportunity: The Delta Philanthropy Forum
Two directors within the St. Louis Fed’s Community Development team share insights on how Eighth District stakeholders are working to advance a resilient and racially equitable Delta region.
Key Ways to Grow Early Childhood Education Offerings in St. Louis
Discover the impact of the early childhood education system in St. Louis and methods of potential growth.
The Role of Community-Based Organizations in Fostering Economic Equity
Low- to moderate-income communities continued to feel the effects of the pandemic in 2022. Though facing their own struggles, nonprofits helped them recover.