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A Community Revitalization Initiative of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh in partnership with the University of Delaware Center for Community Research and Service
Blueprint Communities® provides training, technical assistance, coaching, and financial support to groups of people from selected communities in Delaware who seek to develop and implement plans that revitalize their communities.
FHLBank Pittsburgh developed the Blueprint Communities® program in order to assist communities in need of revitalization. The University of Delaware Center for Community Research and Service (CCRS) partners with FHLBank Pittsburgh to implement the Blueprint Communities® program for selected Delaware communities.
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In 2017, FHLBank Pittsburgh and the University of Delaware Center for Community Research and Service awarded Blueprint Communities® Delaware designations to two new teams in Delaware upon successful completion of the training program and finalization of their revitalization plans. CCRS continues to support these two communities as they build their organizational capacity and work towards implementation of the strategies developed during the planning process.
Northeast Wilmington Team:
The Northeast Wilmington Blueprint Community serves the Northeast community. Current and past team members include community representatives, Dubard McGriff, Adrienne Wallace, Carol Banks, and Wayna Dobson; Bradley Owens from The Achievement Center; Pastor Sandra Ben from S.U.N. and Northeast Civic Association; Jaehn Dennis of the Vandever Ave. Civic Association & 3rd DNPC, Bobbi Briton of the Old Brandywine Village, Inc.; Terry Hasson of WSFS Bank; and Matthew Harris of the City of Wilmington.
To view the Northeast Wilmington Blueprint Plan click HERE.
Washington Heights Team:
The Washington Heights Blueprint Community serves the Triangle, Washington Heights, and Brandywine Village associations in the City of Wilmington, Delaware. Current and past team members include Chairperson C. Candice Brown; community residents, Kimberly Holley-Nelson,Cynthia Kelsey, Mike Kelsey, Rhasheeda Ahmed, and Stanley Sharp; Artisans Bank Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, Joel Schiller; Leah Kacanda of the Wilmington Department of Planning and development; Ellen Casson of the Jefferson Street Center; and Gary Pollio of the Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware, Inc..
To view the Washington Heights Blueprint Plan click HERE
The mission of the Blueprint Communities® program is to serve as a catalyst for revitalization resulting in sustainable, healthy communities by energizing local leaders, residents, and stakeholders by facilitating holistic community planning, and encouraging public and private investments.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the CCRS office, and/or schedule a meeting to speak with Roger Hesketh, Director of Community Revitalization.