The $300,000 investment will be dispersed over two years and will aid in catalyzing talent development, entrepreneurship, and capacity building across the five Great Places neighborhoods. By deepening support for entrepreneurs, Great Places will use these funds to build an inclusive and robust entrepreneurial support ecosystem to better serve neighborhood small businesses. The JPMorgan Chase philanthropic investment also supports positioning neighborhood organizations to transform residential and commercial real estate, advocating for infrastructure improvements and providing high quality programming for neighborhood residents.
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