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Optimism Revolution

In 2018, the Fund for Our Economic Future set forth regional priorities via our publication, The Two Tomorrows. The priorities center on a simple, data-informed idea: An economy that excludes some will fail all. The Two Tomorrows calls for work toward a better tomorrow, defined as one with a continuously regenerating economy with good jobs and rising incomes for all, regardless of race or place. Since then, the region and the world have changed significantly.

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Coming April 22: The Practical Guide to the Green Economy

The Practical Guide to the Green Economy demystifies the transition to the green economy. It elevates the components of the green economy relevant to our region’s inclusive economic development and calls for needed shifts in economic development strategies to maximize opportunity from the green economy.

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Fund in the News

The “no car, no job” dilemma is solvable

The “no car, no job” dilemma is solvable

The following is an excerpt from an article by Frank W. Lewis for Signal Cleveland. Get2Work Now is a collaboration between the Cleveland Clergy Coalition, the American Association of Clergy and Employers and Manufacturing Works, which promotes and supports...

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Marcus Madison joins Fund for Our Economic Future board

Marcus Madison joins Fund for Our Economic Future board

Former Elyria City Councilman Marcus Madison was named to the board of the Fund for Our Economic Future at its annual meeting March 16. He joined Deryck Toles of Warren as one of the two newest members named to the board during the fund's annual meeting at MAGNET's...

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2015 Annual Report

Our members spent much time assessing how best to build on our past successes to advance Growth & Opportunity.

2011 Annual Report

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