Projects

A Just Transition

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) and the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED) and their members and allies are doing powerful work to build ...
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Brushy Fork Institute

Brushy Fork Institute: Partnering with Communities to Grow Local Leadership A conversation between Berea College President John B. Stephenson and Appalachian Regional Commission Executive Director ...
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Benham$aves

Benham$aves was inspired by How$mart, an on-bill financing program pioneered by MACED in collaboration with several of Kentucky’s rural electric co-ops. In December 2013, MACED ...
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New Beginnings Child Care

Kentucky is one of many states that operate a child care assistance program, which reimburses child care providers who accept children from low-income families. But ...
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New Opportunity School for Women

New Opportunity School for Women: Building Bright Futures for Strong Women By Donna Daniels Jane Stephenson received a phone call 30 years ago that eventually ...
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Appalshop

Appalshop—through media productions, public presentations, and educational projects, including film, video, radio, new media, music, theater, and community exchanges—documents the voices and celebrates the culture ...
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Creative Economy

The Creative Economy video shows the role of art in community development. MACED, and its partners, invest in the community through fellowships, technical assistance and loans ...
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