Hosted by Historic Macon Foundation and The 1772 Foundation
Revolving Fund Summit is a forum for community leaders across the country to learn about creative and entrepreneurial real estate development tools to leverage community revitalization.
With generous support from The 1772 Foundation, the Revolving Fund Summit will showcase non-traditional and creative approaches to community revitalization through implementing historic property redevelopment tools. Using Macon, Georgia – a leader in community revitalization for over 30 years – as a living case study for how these approaches can transform communities, attendees will be inspired to implement innovative revitalization strategies in your community and ensure preservation for future generations.
See real estate development tools – such as revolving funds, historic tax credits, private and public partnerships – in action.
Witness why Macon continues to lead Georgia in the number of submitted historic tax credit applications – far surpassing Atlanta and Savannah – for 5 consecutive years.
Immerse yourself into a community that has been a multi-generational leader in historic preservation and community revitalization for over 40 years.
Come to the National Museum of Health and Medicine’s “Science Cafe” presentation on “Female Reconstruction Aides During World War I.” The presentation will inform you about the contributions of civilian women who helped develop the field of occupational therapy in their efforts to rehabilitate soldiers so they could return to the battlefield.
The Fire Museum of Maryland’s Holiday Train Garden will be open November 25, December 2, 9, 16 and 23 and December 27 through December 30. Entry to the garden is included with your admission to the Museum.