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Community chooses five projects for anti-poverty funding (access required)

Five projects have been chosen to receive funding from a pot of $200,000 made available by the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative. More than 2,600 community members voted on nearly 300 projects to determine which would receive RMAPI’s first participatory budget. Five projects were chosen. • Feed People, Not Landfills: Flower City Pickers Food Recovery—$30,000 to recover and distribute ...

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RMAPI names nonprofit leader to co-chair steering committee (access required)

The Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative has chosen a nonprofit leader to co-chair its steering committee. Jerome Underwood, who serves as president ...