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  • Memphis recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community!

    June 10, 2015
    Today the League of American Bicyclists announced Memphis as one of the country's newest Bicycle Friendly Communities.Fore more information: read more
  • Denver Park in Frayser Receives National Recognition

    June 05, 2015
    MEMPHIS, TN ( It once was a hang-out for gangs and criminals, but after a community came together there will soon be a beautiful new park.To read more, visit: read more
  • Community LIFT Welcomes Jeni Stephens

    May 27, 2015
    Community LIFT welcomes Director of Fund Development, Jeni Stephens.Jeni Stephens has more than eighteen years of service to the nonprofit sector.   Her experience includes fundraising, marketing and management services... read more
  • Vote for Lifeline to Success Gardens

    April 23, 2015
    The Growing - Up Frayser Community gardens are collaborative projects on open spaces where LifeLine to Success Ex-Offenders, LifeLine Jr. BLIGHT Team Members (troubled youth), neighborhood families and Frayser Organizations share... read more
  • With place to play, soccer has new bounce in Frayser

    March 23, 2015
    Rev. Anthony Anderson, executive director of Memphis Business Academy charter school, knows a few things about kids and Frayser, where MBA has grown from a charter in a church to 920 students and a stand-alone campus.Kids like... read more
  • Habitat Introduces their Aging in Place Program

    March 09, 2015
    A new partnership, primarily funded through the Plough Foundation, will rehab 500 homes in Shelby County.  If you serve low income senior citizens who may need home repair or modifications so that they can "age in place... read more
  • Driving transit reform: New leadership at MATA may be just the ticket

    February 04, 2015
    According to the American Public Transportation Association, public transit saves Americans 646 million hours of travel time and 398 million gallons of fuel annually; provides access to healthcare providers and basic... read more
  • Mid-South Regional Greenprint is Hiring

    February 04, 2015
    Mid-South Regional Greenprint Coordinator The Memphis and Shelby County Office of Sustainability has partnered with the Memphis Chamber Foundation and Greater Memphis Chamber to hire a coordinator for a two-year grant funded... read more
  • Center for Transforming Communities is Hiring

    January 15, 2015
    Center for Transforming Communities (CTC) will be hiring a Neighborhood Connector for South Memphis, The Corners of Highland Heights and Us Making It Happen Shalom Zones.That's three opportunities.  If you know someone... read more
  • Denver Park to get Makeover

    December 10, 2014
    A neighborhood park that was once rife with crime and gang activity will soon be safe again for children to play, thanks to a partnership with the city of Memphis, the Memphis Police Department (MPD), and the Denver Park... read more