Pisa To Launch First Fund For Community Development
Prosper Initiative Strategic Alliance Invests in Americans through series of Funds
What better day than the Fourth of July to springboard a National Community Development Initiative? Based in Atlanta the Prosper Initiative Strategic Alliance is a public-private joint venture established to revitalize rural and urban America. To this end they have initiated a series of Funds to remuscle America through Jobs and Education. Through the Community Resource Development Centers PISA offers a turnkey solution to some of the ills a number of communities are and have been experiencing over the last ten years, e.g. skyrocketing joblessness, increased taxes, diminished services.
As strategic partners with each community a comprehensive assessment is performed by our team to define the needs basises of the community after which the 'tools' are positioned to facilitate a solution. The 'solutions' begin with education from the general to specific vocations targeting the emerging 'green' industries with $1,3T in projected gross revenue over the next ten years and stretch into telemedicine, health and wellness and microbusiness development. This is part of the equation to create a competent and viable workforce. But without the infrastructure, i.e. available financial resources, the greatest asset of any community, the human resource, can't be utilized. This is one of the obstacles that PISA attacked.
PISA LLC's Fund 1 is committed to funding the Community Development Resource Centers as they are the keystones to revitalizing our communities. The Private Placement Memorandum is available on the PISA website, prosperinitiative.com, for investment clubs, investment pools and other qualified investors to be able to participate in this unprecedented event. Even 'unqualified investors' can be involved by joining a group or pool. Subsequent Funds will specifically address other Community components such as, Manufacturing (as it applies to Microbusiness Development)
“We are all aware that banks are currently either unwilling or unable to lend, so where else are the financial resources expected to come from to get US back on our feet?”, queries PISA vice-President and co-Fund Manager Carl Lewis, “Initiating and implementing these Funds were our unanimous response to help ourselves. As Americans, it's been our history to lend 'a Hand Up, not a Hand Out', and this is now what we have to do for ourselves.”
The first Private Placement Memorandum is available on the PISA website, prosperinitiative.com, for investment clubs, investment pools and other qualified investors to be able to participate in this unprecedented event. Special considerations are available for non-qualified investors, please contact email@example.com. Subsequent Funds will specifically address other Community components such as, Manufacturing, Education, and Technology Innovation.
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