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2013 INCO Interim Program Launch

May 13, 2013

INCO re-granting to 19 community groups: ANHD is pleased to announce the launch of the 2013 INCO Interim Program. INCO was created ten years ago by the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development in partnership with the Neighborhood Opportunities Fund, to help neighborhood based groups develop the capacity, skills and strength to effectively coordinate campaigns for neighborhood revitalization and improve citywide policy. During this time, INCO and its member groups have leveraged over $1 billion in affordable housing resources and over 16,000 new or preserved affordable housing units. ANHD is extremely appreciative of the financial and programmatic support INCO has received from the following donors - without their long standing support and vision this program would not be possible:

INCO Interim and Neighborhood Opportunities Fund Funders Altman Foundation Capital One Citi Foundation M&T Bank New York Community Trust New York Foundation Scherman Foundation Neighborhood Opportunities Fund Funders Bank of America Bank of New York - Mellon Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi Deutsche Bank Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. HSBC USA JPMorgan Chase Local Initiatives Support Corporation Mizuho USA Foundation

INCO provides pass-through funding to participating ANHD member groups; ANHD staff support the organizations through individualized training and technical assistance; and INCO engages the organizations in citywide policy advocacy to work as a cohesive voice on affordable housing and community development issues, both in their neighborhoods and citywide.

We congratulate the 19 institutions selected to participate in the 2013 cycle of the INCO program:

Cypress Hills LDC Asian Americans For Equality Banana Kelly CASA/New Settlement Apartments Centro Hispano Cuzcatlan Chhaya CDC Cooper Square Committee Fifth Avenue Committee Flatbush Tenants Council @ FDC Good Old Lower East Side Housing Conservation Coordinators Los Sures Make the Road New York Minkwon Center for Community Action Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition Pratt Area Community Council Queens Community House Faith in New York (formerly Queens Congregations United for Action) St. Nicks Alliance

CLICK HERE to read INCO: From Collaboration to Transformation

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