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  • Renaissance West Community Initiative Receives a Donation of $1M from Bank of America The gift recognizes the career of Bank of America executive Andrea B. Smith and her commitment to the Charlotte community.  Charlotte, NC, March 29, 2022 – Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI) is pleased to announce a $1 million donation from Bank of America to […]

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  • In late September of 2021, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge visited RenWest and toured the revitalized campus with Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles. During the visit, HUD Secretary Fudge explored our on-site early learning facility, The Howard Levine Child Development Center (HLCDC), operated by Dixon Academy, established to serve […]

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  • New operator Dixon Academy will oversee management of the center CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Aug. 23, 2021) — Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI) announced this morning it will reopen the Howard Levine Child Development Center (HLCDC) in the coming months under the management of Dixon Academy, led by Chief Executive Officer Roslyn Dixon who currently owns and […]

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  • In September of 2020, we profiled Jaire, a former RWCI resident and rising senior at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T), in our e-newsletter. Before attending college, he interned with Renaissance West STEAM Academy (RWSA) and helped facilitate out-of-school time activities during the summer. Additionally, he dedicated his time to serve as […]

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  • LOWE’S AND LOWE’S FOUNDATION COMMIT $3 MILLION TO REVITALIZE WEST CHARLOTTE WITH SKILLED TRADES CENTER, CAREER PROGRAMS AND COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Multi-year commitment includes collaboration with the Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI) MOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 20, 2021) — Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) and the Lowe’s Foundation announce today a multi-year commitment to improve economic […]

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  • RWCI residents remain disproportionately impacted by the public health and racial equity crises. Residents are experiencing high levels of stress and trauma, with their sense of safety diminishing. This is evident in matters of food security, education, and the digital divide, childcare, and employment. Since the pandemic began, the community has faced increases in potential […]

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