The North State: Learning about Regional Climate Collaboratives

How can under-resourced communities build their own community-driven leadership to better position themselves to receive public funding for climate change mitigation and adaptation? This was the [...]

Community Standards for Social Media

Community Standards In order to ensure that The McConnell Foundation’s social media channels remain a place that is welcoming and open to everyone, we ask that everyone follow these [...]

Jefferson Public Radio: Interview about Downtown Redding

On July 5th, Jefferson Public Radio interviewed The McConnell Foundation’s Rachel Hatch. The conversation included discussion of the way buildings can  catalyze change in the environment, [...]

It’s Official: Redding competes at state level, brings $24 million to downtown projects

The Redding community proves that it can compete at the state level, by bringing home $24 million for downtown projects. This transformational effort wouldn’t have been possible without the [...]

Key Milestone for Project at Site of Former Police Station Downtown

On April 13th, 2018 escrow closed on the former police station in downtown Redding. Right away, The McConnell Foundation team began working with Ryan Russell of RAD Studio to create […]

$20M AHSC funding recommended to be approved and $4M IIG approved for downtown project

Per press release 6/19/18 by the City of Redding: On Monday, June 18, the California Strategic Growth Council released the staff recommendation for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable [...]

Connecting with Young Professionals about the Future of Downtown

It was a full house at RISE, a next generation business leaders program of the Redding Chamber of Commerce, where Program Officer for Community Vitality, Rachel Hatch shared about The McConnell [...]

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