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With Community Backing Jam Hits Funding Goal,  Breaks Escrow

With Community Backing Jam Hits Funding Goal, Breaks Escrow

With Community Backing Jam Hits Funding Goal, Breaks Escrow Build-out of community owned café to begin in Parkside BUFFALO, NY – Today Jam announced that it hit its capital campaign goal for its café in Buffalo’s Parkside neighborhood. “We’re so excited to be able to share […]

“Rust Belt Capital” – Community Based Capital Models (via Buffalo Rising)

“Rust Belt Capital” – Community Based Capital Models (via Buffalo Rising)

What would happen if community members came together to take control of their own destinies? Source: Buffalo Rising

Can Community Capital Programs Regenerate Upstate NY? | Upstate Venture Connect (via Upstate Venture Connect)

Can Community Capital Programs Regenerate Upstate NY? | Upstate Venture Connect (via Upstate Venture Connect)

Parkside in Buffalo, NY is one Upstate neighborhood victim to our transitioning rust belt economy. The area is now being revitalized with Community Capital.

Source: Upstate Venture Connect

Parkside leaders working on community cafe (via The Buffalo News)

Parkside leaders working on community cafe (via The Buffalo News)

Parkside community leaders are working on opening a restaurant at the corner of Parkside Avenue and Russell Street that would redefine “neighborhood café.” Source: The Buffalo News

Jam (via Buffalo Rising)

Jam (via Buffalo Rising)

Jam has the opportunity to become a beloved neighborhood hangout, where customers will come to love the slow pour overs. At the same time, it’s going to be a destination for those who appreciate world class food. And finally, Jam will be a coffee pit […]

The New Jam on Parkside – Rise Collaborative (via Rise Collaborative)

The New Jam on Parkside – Rise Collaborative (via Rise Collaborative)

Those recently meandering down Parkside may have noticed something “perking up” at Russell and Parkside. North Buffalo can soon add a cafe to its list of new hot spots – Jam is set to open this fall. The twist? The cafe will be a Benefit Corporation – aiming to operate in a way that gives back…

Source: Rise Collaborative