PNC has provided $7.8 million to help build the UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children and provide services to help women enjoy healthy pregnancies and give children a healthy start.
The UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children, located in Cleveland’s MidTown neighborhood, will welcome its first patients July 9. PNC's support comes in the form of $7.1 million in New Markets Tax Credit equity and a $708,000 gift from the PNC Foundation. The tax credits, allocated by PNC, Cleveland Development Advisors (an affiliate of the Greater Cleveland Partnership) and Northeast Ohio Development Fund, provided vital equity capital to help spur revitalization in this low-income community.
The PNC Foundation gift will fund the expansion of compassionate care for mother and child from prenatal to age 5 through UH’s CenteringPregnancy program, a team-based approach to pregnancy. It will also support The Centers for Families and Children’s early childhood home visit program, which helps ensure mothers and children begin their life together with the information and support they need.
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